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Member Since 07 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Jul 13 2010 04:04 PM

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In Topic: Azodin Zenith, problems

13 July 2010 - 04:06 PM

check the battery, make sure that the ASA is screwed in enough to give full air pressure, and check all o-rings and springs. That's the standard procedure for strange issues like that.

after thinking about it for a second, i think that the air problem might have been the asa not being screwed in enough...good catch!

i know the springs are good...but i will take a look at the o-rings again for sure

In Topic: Azodin Zenith, problems

13 July 2010 - 12:59 PM

i agree just still shoot it even if the eyes flash just like a charteristic cause ive had a ball get stuck and it wont fire and it still flashed so the eyes still work even if it flashes

i dont know how it is on the blitz but, on the zeinith, if the eyes are flashing, it wont fire...which is basically a pain in the ass, but its easy to turn the eyes off, just press the top button and you can shoot up to 8bps without chops/double fires...but yeah, its working again so i dono what the hell was wrong with it yesterday lol

paintball guns are very temprameantal sometimes lol one day wont work and screw up every five mins.....the next day it works perfect

thats so stupid lol oh well, i guess you cant have everything be perfect...ill keep that in mind - thanks

In Topic: Azodin Zenith, problems

12 July 2010 - 03:10 PM

No problem. Happy to help a fellow Zenith owner.

alright, well if i run into anymore weird problems i might just send you a pm lol

In Topic: HPA filling

12 July 2010 - 03:07 PM

well at my field, its only 5$ for all day air...which isnt bad..and in one day yi usually spend some where from 30-60$ depending on how much field paint i have left over from the last session.

by the way, i would strongly recommend getting a metal tank..many people would disagree because its heavier, well, its not thaaaat big of a deal (at least not for me) i have a 50/3000 and i havent had any problems with it...and its way WAAAYYY cheaper i got mine for like 45$ on amazon (new) and yeah...no regrets

In Topic: Azodin Zenith, problems

12 July 2010 - 02:58 PM

Correct. First you want to have the screw backed out as far as possible. Adjust your regulator until it's shooting 250fps. Then use your Velocity adjustment screw to fine tune your velocity to whatever you need it to be.

ah ok, so i did it basically right...sorta lol ill keep that in mind for the next time i go up..thanks for all the help dude