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Old 07-29-2009, 01:41 AM
dudeyort dudeyort is offline
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Default Chaos Trigger Programming

Been a while since I visited the boards… and even longer since I used my Mephy… actually, I’ve not used it since I got it back from Warped years ago for a host of upgrades/
I wasn’t sure which chip/board I had installed, but it appears to be a Chaos… I know Andy installed it but I can’t recall where I bought it.

Anyhow, I'm wondering about the trigger set configuration. I read through the manuals posted on Vaporwork's site, and my led doesn't flash in a pattern when I hold the trigger and turn it on, it just stays "steady on".

I think, since there is no jumper on my “tourney lock” pins, that they may be touching part of the frame when it's installed thus completing a circuit to put it in "tourney lock". Would tourney lock mode give a steady led when holding the trigger on power up? Or might I have something else going on?

Just curious… gun seems to work fine, and it sure rips better than I remembered.

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Old 11-21-2009, 11:29 PM
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I've got a 06 Chaos board in my Addicted and the LED blinks like a mutha when I switch it on, got it set on PSP ramp mode tho. I'll read thru my chaos .pdf and see what it sez....

OK, I'M BACK.......
Yes, if the LED is "solid" you are in tourney lock mode.
Shit Happens......

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