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Postby whitehorse » 30 Jun 2012

so I havent used my SB in a while and tried using it the other day to my dismay it didnt fire. I cleaned the contact but nothing. Anyone know how to rip this fucking switch out to see whats busted?
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Postby ScentofLove » 10 Oct 2012

Nope bro, i am also not able to help you as i have no idea of this.
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Postby Connor » 22 May 2013

Sorry, but I can`t come up with any way of fixing your silver bullet on your own. Get it seen by a specialist, they will certainly help you with this tedious issue.
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Postby Voix » 01 Jun 2013

As Connor said, there is no easy way of fixing your broker silver bullet. So, listen to his advice and take it to a technician as soon as possible so that the problem is resolved.
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Postby Joel » 11 Jun 2013

I once came across something like a fix for a ruined silver bullet. It was an online article but I don`t remember its title. I will try searching for it in my browsing history, though.
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Postby Soleil » 19 Jun 2013

I have also seen various fixes for dead silver bullet but I don`t recommend trusting such information in the web. You never know which is true and which is false, so you`d better trust a specialist.
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Postby SincereLook » 22 Jun 2013

Oh no, don`t trust anything about fixes on the internet. They are all false, my friends tried on exactly for silver bullet and it completely ruined. He had to buy a new one.
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Postby BlackInk » 25 Jun 2013

If you manage to figure out what the cause of your silver bullet faults was, you might be able to fix it on your own.
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Postby Alf » 09 Jul 2013

I am not really aware of the construction of Silver bullet but I think that it can be opened with a screwdriver. Just be careful while doing this.
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Postby PrehistoricMan » 15 Jul 2013

It is not recommended to deal with serious problems with devices like Silver bullet but there is nothing wrong doing this, if you have no other choice.
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Postby SweetSound » 18 Jul 2013

Oh, if you haven`t used the Silver Bullet for some time, it is very prone to damage unless it is properly covered and defended.
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Postby Samir » 21 Oct 2013

If the issue with your Silver buller is so serious that the device won`t even start working, then I can advise you to replace it with a new one. This will be much cheaper and more viable than trying to fix it.
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Postby DeepEyes » 14 Dec 2013

I agree with Samir, we are not saying that it is impossible to fix the silver bullet even if it is so messed but there is just no point. Even if buying a new one is a bit more expensive, you will just know that you are doing the right thing ;)
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Postby Cherif » 25 Mar 2014

I tried to search for some videos about fixing Silver bullet devices, as I have seen many other educational videos about other similar devices :idea: This is why I was very unpleasantly surprised not to find a single such video...
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Postby Firefly » 20 May 2014

It has been quite a lot of time since this thread was opened and I don`t think that we can help our friend anymore.. :D Unfortunately, I didn`t see anyone suggesting some solution for this so in the future if this occurs to anyone, they will just have to dispose their silver buller.. :)
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