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Hello! I just bought a brand new G&G Combat Machine, and along with it, a new Tenergy 9.6v NimH Stock battery from AirsoftGI. Sadly, the smart charger wasn't able to get to me yet. I have to go to my friend's airsoft event (which is tomorrow) and my battery isn't working. I only have a crappy wall charger that works great for my 8.4v NimH, but when I plug in my 9.6v, it says it is charging and everything, and when it is finished, I take it out and put it in my gun. The first ten shots or so are great, great rof, great power, and it has no sign of low charge. After that I shoot one more shot and it immediately stops. I pull the trigger, but it makes a click-grinding sound. I then have to plug in my 8.4v, and it seems even better than the other. HELP!
I have recently rennovated a JG M4A1 I bought used off a friend. I now believe I am experiencing some sort of electrical issue. When he sold it to me it fired very slowly (rof wise) and it seemed as though the motor was struggling to turn over the gearbox. I replaced the fuse with a fresh one although I don't think it needed it, and I also backed off the set screw on the bottom of the hand grip to loosen the motor mesh (thinking it was too tight, causing the motor to work much harder to turn the gearbox.) Those two procedures didnt do anyhting though. After those two failed to increase ROF, I decided it must be the motor itself. So I went on ebay and bought a cheap motor just to see if it was the problem. The motor arrived and I installed it, only to end up with the same result, slow ROF and what sounds like a struggling motor. I tried my buddies 9.6v battery instead of the 8.4 I normally use, and that increased the ROF to an acceptable level, but caused the motor to heat up quickly, and I would not want to use it for more than a couple minutes. So basically it seems like my motor is struggling to move the gearbox, and, in turn, I am getting sub par preformance. I know the gun has not been modified internally, so its all stock gearbox and spring wise. I loosened the motor set screw at the bottom of the handguard, but it didnt seem to do anything, should I try to tighten it instead? Any thoughts or suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance.