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Somewhere in your gun, there is a faulty component, it could be any where from the batteries, to the trigger, to the wiring, to the circuit boards, to the LED itself. I recommend starting by replacing whats easiest,what's easiest and then working up to the most complicated. This will save you time and money. You can [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/nerf_n-strike_firestrike_troubleshooting|click here[nerf n-strike firestrike troubleshooting|click here]] for a troubleshooting guide. Good Luck!
Somewhere in your gun, there is a faulty component, it could be any where from the batteries, to the trigger, to the wiring, to the circuit boards, to the LED itself. I recommend starting by replacing whats easiest,what's easiest and then working up to the most complicated. This will save you time and money. You can [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/nerf_n-strike_firestrike_troubleshooting|click here[nerf n-strike firestrike troubleshooting|click here]] for a troubleshooting guide. Good Luck!

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Somewhere in your gun, there is a faulty component, it could be any where from the batteries, to the trigger, to the wiring, to the circuit boards, to the LED itself. I recommend starting by replacing whats easiest, and then working up to the most complicated. This will save you time and money. You can [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/nerf_n-strike_firestrike_troubleshooting|click here] for a troubleshooting guide. Good Luck!
Somewhere in your gun, there is a faulty component, it could be any where from the batteries, to the trigger, to the wiring, to the circuit boards, to the LED itself. I recommend starting by replacing whats easiest, and then working up to the most complicated. This will save you time and money. You can [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/nerf_n-strike_firestrike_troubleshooting|click here] for a troubleshooting guide. Good Luck!

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Aporte original por: Clovis Jahan ,

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Somewhere in your gun, there is a faulty component, it could be any where from the batteries, to the trigger, to the wiring, to the circuit boards, to the LED itself. I recommend starting by replacing whats easiest, and then working up to the most complicated. This will save you time and money. Good Luck!

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