Question about Hasbro Nerf N-Strike Stampede ECS Blaster
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have the Nerf Stampede
1.) Check to see if the batteries are inserted right.
2.) If for some reason they aren't pressed up against the metal right, add metal between the batteries and the conductors to insure they are in full contact.
3.) Did you screw in the battery pack all the way? I'd check that.
4.) (The hard) look inside the gun (unscrew the plates) and find out if the circuit is 'complete'. One of the factors in the gun's circuit being complete (jam door, batteries, or clip) may not be working the proper way.
Good luck with your problem.
Also- are you sure they are brand new?
Try getting a full refund if you can, if all else fails.
Take a few pictures of the internals and email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll try to see if I can come up with a probable answer.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
SOURCE: I just got my new
There are multiple factors in the inconsistency of your product's functioning.
1.) You have not successfully screwed in the battery cartridge tight enough so as the metal conductors are touching (with pressure).
2.) Your batteries are dead or almost dead.
3.) You put 4 bullets in your clip - kidding :)
4.) The circuitry may not be high quality, was your gun tampered with or from an unreliable source?
5.) Your jam door may not be high quality and could often slip from its locking point, I'd suggest taping it momentarily to keep pressure on it just to see if this is the case.
6.) The clip may be loosely in also, I'd also look into that.
If your gun stopped working permanently- I'd suggest looking inside at the white plunger, and the parts that release it from its pressurized position. There are many diagrams on the internet of the internals for it.
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Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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