Fixing Ak2i Spring!

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Apr 12, 2010

Fixing Ak2i Spring! by Vietkid420 at 3:51 PM (1,406 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Vietkid420
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  2. Kwartel

    Member Kwartel The fairest in all the land

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    tape it
     
  3. Vietkid420
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    tape take to much time and it get stock in the slot 1
     
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    Do all acekard have springs?

    I don't think mine was ever what I would call springy. It was quite tight the first couple of times I used it. It has loosened up now but still stays in ok.
     
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    TC if you want you can post the vid here with the youtube tags but only use the code from the end of the vid (in this case its HmGzE46_xMM )


    ,BTW nice vid my spring still works but if it ever stops it will be a great help [​IMG]
     
  6. Vietkid420
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    none of these actually help!
    is there a way to fix or remove the spring without opening it
     
  7. gameguy95

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    why? is it broken?
    when my M3i spring broke, it stopped working after i took the spring out
     
  8. twiztidsinz

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    You probably cut/scraped a trace when you were removing the spring and broke a connection.
     

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