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Phantom26

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Hello everyone,
So a week ago I was out playing with my krytac, suddenly it stopped shooting. I checked the cables and they seemed fine, then noticed the fuse had popped. I then bought a new one but still nothing. I've been using a 25c 11.1 (I know that is too much) for a almost a year now, and everything have worked out fine.
 
What do you guys think? Is the mosfet wasted? or maybe something wrong with the motor?

Any help is appreciated and sorry if a post like this was already made.
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IBiGwIlLyHaVeRI

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check the motor connecters and if you need to check the mosfet.
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IBiGwIlLyHaVeRI

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have you tried a different battery, I had a battery die on me and thought it was my gun 
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Allizard

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Did you check the motor wire connection?  It probably gotten loose.  

Also, although the gun will function with 25c discharge.  We don't recommend it as a stock configuration.    We recommend 15-20c.
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Phantom26

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I tried 8 different batteries, it was just something in the wiring that had popped out.
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mikeross556

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In all honesty, its likely you're motor connections, if not id just recommend replacing the fuse. Also the krytac mosfet is not burnt out. Its a 30/34 based mosfet so you can easily run a higher c lipo. Krytac just advises you not to due to some warranty reasons. Also becuase the lack or a sector delay chip. BUT long story short you should be fine ! Just re check the motor connections and sometimes it can be a loose connector in the tamiya plug.
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Tim

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I’ve seen a broken trigger contact. Check the shuttle

Or just a dirty trigger contact.
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Theglores

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I had the same thing happen. It was the contacts in the trigger switch. One side had completely broken off. I was going to replace it with a new set but could not find them in stock anywhere. So now I have a Krytac SPR with a gate titan. I know it’s a bit more expensive but now I no longer have to worry about the contacts failing on me again. Besides all the benefits of having the titan.
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Tim

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How has the titan been working out for ya? I ended up getting a new trigger kit. I was so close to getting the titan. I was worried about just having some type of issues with it.
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Phantom26

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I had the same thing happen. It was the contacts in the trigger switch. One side had completely broken off. I was going to replace it with a new set but could not find them in stock anywhere. So now I have a Krytac SPR with a gate titan. I know it’s a bit more expensive but now I no longer have to worry about the contacts failing on me again. Besides all the benefits of having the titan.

It’s quite easy to fix, just take it from any other gun. I just took some from an old gun and used those.
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