Electra TADAO EDITION User manual

TADAO® EDITION
USER MANUAL
English
English
TADAO® EDITION
.68 Caliber Electronic Paintball Marker
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
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OPERATION GUIDE / START UP
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8 STEPS TO START AND PLAY
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CRITICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
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RECOMMENDED PAINTBALL SAFETY GEAR
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CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK WARNINGS
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INSTALLING A CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
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PROPER USE OF BARREL BLOCKING DEVICE
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BATTERY INSTALLATION / OPTIONAL ACCESSORY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS
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TADAO® CIRCUIT BOARD SETTINGS
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TRIGGER ADJUSTMENT 12
VELOCITY ADJUSTMENT
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C/A ON/OFF ADAPTER
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REGULATOR ADJUSTMENT
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DISASSEMBLE / REASSEMBLE AND CLEANING OF REAR INTERNALS
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A JAMMED PAINTBALL
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ANTI CHOP EYES / CHANGING BALL STOPPERS
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CUP SEAL REMOVAL
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TROUBLESHOOTING / AIR LEAKS
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REGULATOR SCHEMATIC
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ELECTRA w/Eye PARTS LIST
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ELECTRA w/Eye SCHEMATIC
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WARRANTY STATEMENT
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IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
WARNING
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This paintball marker is NOT a toy. Misuse can cause serious injury or death.
Kingman recommends that the customer be at least 18 years of age to purchase this product.
Person under 18 years of age must have adult supervision when using this product.
Read this User manual before using this product.
Any modifications or tampering of original factory parts or use non authorized aftermarket
accessories will void all warranties and liabilities from Kingman.
Keep the barrel blocking device on the marker when not shooting/ playing.
To ensure proper adjustment of velocity Feet per Second (fps), Kingman strongly recommends
using a chronograph for paintball use located or purchased at most paintball stores and paintball
fields. The discharges of paintballs are high velocity and high impact that can cause serious
injuries or death if misused.
Before / after use of the marker, check and make sure all screws are securely tightened. Loose
screws may prevent the maker from functioning properly. A paintball marker NOT properly
maintained can be dangerous and can cause serious injury or death.
Any person using this product or within range of this product while it is in use MUST wear
EYES/FACE/EARS PROTECTION designed specifically for the sport of paintball. This includes,
but is not limited to, performing a maintenance/ velocity check and during target practice.
Kingman reminds the user that SAFTY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Protect your eyes/face
and ears at all times, and will not be held liable for injuries or death sustained when failing to
follow all safety guidelines.
Never shoot or point your marker at a person that is not in a designated paintball facility and
without proper paintball EYES/FACE/EARS PROTECTION. The protection includes and not
limited to the protection of eyes, face, ears, neck. and head. Avoid shooting underneath the
paintball goggles
DO NOT point or shoot at any Law Enforcement Officer.
Treat every paintball marker as if it were loaded.
Never look down the barrel of a loaded or unloaded marker.
Always keep the paintball marker in SAFE or OFF mode until ready to operate.
Always remove the air source and all paintballs from the marker, includes paintballs inside the
breach of the marker before disassembly.
Fire only 0.68 caliber paintballs with this product.
Always make certain the bolt of the marker is in the un-cocked position when not shooting/
playing.
Using a paintball marker outside of a non designated paintball facility can be illegal, and is
subject to law enforcement penalties if property damage is caused by the user.
Never point or shoot your marker at an animal.
Never point the barrel toward yourself while playing or running to avoid shooting underneath
your paintball goggles.
Wear appropriate dress to avoid any exposure of skin to protect you when playing paintball
games.
Transfer this User Manual upon change of marker ownership.
Please visit www.spyder.tv for any latest User Manual updates.
OPERATION GUIDE / START UP
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Always attach a barrel blocking device over the tip of the barrel for safety precautions when not shooting/ playing.
Install and charge the battery see pages (See Battery Installation / Charging). CAUTION: Make sure the marker is in
off/safe mode.
3. Attach a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank to the C/A Adapter. HELPFUL TIP: Make sure to have the CO2 / Compressed
Air Tank filled before attaching to the marker. Hand tightens the tank clockwise in the markers C/A adapter until it is
snug. If an air leak occurs between the tank and the C/A adapter, replace the urethane O-ring. NOTE: O-rings in the
markers parts kit are not supplied to attach with a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank. IMPORTANT: You should never need
to use any hand tool to attach a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank to the C/A adapter. (See CO2/Compressed Air Tank
Warning)
4. Attach an electronic paintball loader to the markers clamping Feed Neck and tighten the set screw. Only use .68
caliber paintballs through the electronic loader. NOTE: Kingman recommends that you use a force feed / high speed
electronic loader to reach optimum performance.
5. Turn Power On for the electronic trigger frame (See Tadao® Circuit Board Settings).
6. Cocking the marker. Pull the Top Cocking Knob rearward until the Delrin Bolt latches. CAUTION: Should you let go of
the Top Cocking Knob before it latches, your marker may fire.
7. Remove the barrel blocking device over the barrel. CAUTION: With the power switch turned ON the marker is
ready to play. Pulling the trigger will fire a paintball. IMPORTANT: Only test your marker in a safe direction or in a
designated playing field.
8. Performing a velocity (fps) check. Turning the velocity adjuster & spring guide clockwise will increase the velocity
(fps) while turning counter-clockwise will decrease the velocity (fps). NOTE: Your marker is intended to be used in
a paintball facility with the proper paintball protection. IMPORTANT: Kingman recommends using a chronograph to
ensure that the marker’s velocity is under 300 (fps).
9. When finished playing, remove all paintballs from the paintball loader before detaching from the markers feed neck
by loosening the set screw on the clamp. CAUTION: There may be paintballs in the marker’s breach; take a couple of
shots in a safe direction to make sure the barrel and receiver are empty.
10. Place the barrel blocking device over the barrel tip. This will help avoid any accidental discharge.
11. The marker must be in the “SAFE or OFF” and un-cocked position after shooting / playing.
12. Unscrew the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank from the marker’s C/A adapter. Firmly hand loosens the tank counterclockwise to detach it from the marker’s C/A adapter. CAUTION: Never expose any skin underneath the C/A
adapters bleed hole when removing the tank. This can run the risk of getting skin burn from the releasing of the
GAS. IMPORTANT: You should never need to use any hand tool to detach a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank. (See
CO2/Compressed Air Tank Warning)
13. Store the marker in a paintball bag or in a safe place. WARNING: Before / after use of the marker, make sure to
fasten all screws. Loose screws may prevent the marker from functioning properly. HELPFUL TIP: It’s a good
practice to lubricate your marker before and after each use, especially when storing the marker for an extended
period of time. Add a few drops of paintball gun oil on the Striker O-ring (see Disassemble / Reassemble). Before
storing the marker, make sure the marker is powered OFF or on SAFE MODE, un-cocked position without air source
attached, any paintball inside the marker has been removed and with barrel blocking device on..
IMPORTANT
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Firing velocity may vary according to altitude and climate conditions.
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It may be dangerous approximately within 300 Feet (100 meters) of shooting range.
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Before using your marker in play, you must always first perform a “SAFE VELOCITY TEST”. This can only be
accomplished by using a testing device called a “Velocity Chronograph“ and can be performed at a paintball dealership
or local playing field. NOTE: This product is intended to be used at a velocity no greater than 300 feet per second
(fps). Paintball markers are not intended to shoot within 30 feet
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This paintball marker may have excess gas after the removal of the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank. Please remove all
paintballs and discharge the remaining gas safely.
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Never store a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank attached on the marker.
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8 STEPS TO START AND PLAY
IMPORTANT: Please read the Safety and Operation Guidelines before you start the 8 quick steps to Start and Play.
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Insert the barrel blocking device
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Install a CO2/Compressed air tank
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Install a battery in the grip panel
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Install a paintball loader and add
paintballs in the loader
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Put on your paintball goggles and
cock back the marker
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Power on the circuit board and
remove the safe mode
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Remove the barrel blocking device
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Ready to play fire
IMPORTANT: Make sure the Marker is in the SAFE MODE and the barrel blocking device is on the Marker’s barrel
after PLAY.
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RECOMMENDED PAINTBALL SAFETY GEAR
Cap or Hood
NEVER look down the barrel with
or without your paintball goggles
ON.
Paintball Goggles
NEVER look down the barrel of a
loaded or unloaded marker.
Neck Protector
Paintball Jersey
w/ Body Armor
under
WARNING: UNSAFE
NEVER shoot or point your
marker at a person that is not
in a designated paintball facility
and without proper EYES/FACE/
EARS protection designed
specifically for the sport of
paintball.
Protective
Gloves
WARNING: UNSAFE
Padded Pants
Before / after use of the paintball
marker, check and make sure all
screws are securely tightened.
Loose screws may prevent the
paintball marker from functioning
properly.
NOTE: Some screws may not be
highlighted in diagram.
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IMPORTANT: Please read the Owner’s Manual before you play.
* The model shown is for picture only. It may not represent the model you have.
Athletic Shoes
Wear appropriate dress attire to avoid any exposed skin when playing paintball. We
recommend purchasing a Paintball Goggles, Neck Protector, Paintball Jersey or Long
Sleeve shirt, Body Armor, Protective Gloves, Athletic Shoes and Padded Pants.
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INSTALLING A CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK WARNINGS
Firmly hand tighten the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank clockwise into the markers C/A On/Off adapter.
HELPFUL TIP: Before installing a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank, make sure that the tank is full and that it has a
urethane bottle o-ring on the top of the valve to prevent air leaks.
IMPORTANT: You should never need to use any hand tool to attach a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank to the C/A
On/Off adapter.
REMOVING A CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
SAFE
WARNING:UNSAFE
DANGER
The CO2 or Compressed Air Tank can fly off with enough force to cause serious
injury or death if the Valve unscrews from the cylinder head. LOOK at the Valve
when removing the cylinder from the marker. Be sure that the valve is turning
with the cylinder rather than remaining stationary with the marker. STOP if the
Valve starts to unscrew from the cylinder. If in doubt, screw the cylinder back
onto the marker and contact a trained person for repair.
CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK WARNINGS
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All valves must only be installed or removed by a qualified airsmith.
See CO2 / Compressed Air tank labels for retest dates. Cylinder tanks must be retested periodically.
Improper use, filling, storage or disposal of all air cylinders may result in death, personal injury and/or property
damage.
Always keep cylinders out of reach from children or any inexperienced person(s).
Only properly trained personnel in accordance with CGA Pamphlets P.1 and G-6.3 must fill all air cylinders.
Pamphlets are available from the Compressed Gas Association or www.CGANET.com.
Never alter the cylinder in any way.
DO NOT expose pressurized cylinders to temperatures in excess of 130˚F (54˚C).
Cylinders heated to an excess of 250˚F (121˚C) must be condemned or requalified in accordance with test
defined in CFR-49.
The valve should NEVER be detached from the canister. Please seek immediate assistance from a trained
airsmith should this occur.
Any tank packed with the product is intended for paintball use only.
Confirm that there is an attached urethane O-ring on the CO2 / Compressed Air tank valve before attaching
the tank to the marker. The tank will leak air as soon as it is secured to the marker, if the O-ring is missing from
the valve.
A urethane O-ring is highly recommended before attaching any air supply to the marker.
NEVER over pressurize a CO2 / Compressed Air cylinder.
Avoid any direct skin exposure to the escaping gas, when installing or removing any air supply.
Never expose cylinders to corrosive materials or clean with any caustic cleaners.
With a firm grip holding the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank remove the cylinder by hand turn counter-clockwise until it
comes out of the C/A On/Off adapter. HELPFUL TIP: After firing the marker, you should ALWAYS remove the CO2
/ Compressed Air Tank before storing. When the tank is being removed, excess air will release from the C/A On/Off
adapter. CAUTION: Never expose any skin to the C/A On/Off adapters bleed hole when removing the tank. This is to
avoid the risk of getting skin burn from the escaping GAS.
IMPORTANT: You should never need to use any hand tool to detach a CO2 / Compressed Air Tank from the C/A
On/Off adapter. If you cannot remove a tank by hand please see a certified airsmith for assistance.
PROPER USE OF YOUR BARREL BLOCKING DEVICE
A Barrel Blocking Device or “BBD” is an essential part of your paintball safety equipment. The Barrel Blocking
Device is designed to stop a paintball from exiting a paintball marker accidentally. Improper use of the Barrel
Blocking Device will render this device useless.
BARREL SOCK/BAG TYPE DEVICE
Place the bag/sock part of the Barrel Blocking Device over the end of your barrel and wrap the elastic cord around
the back end of your marker.
Adjust the length of the elastic cord to make sure your Barrel Blocking Device fits securely over your markers barrel.
NOTE: If the elastic cord is too long you can tie a couple of knots around the cord to shorten its length.
BARREL PLUG TYPE DEVICE
Insert the barrel plug securely into the end of your markers barrel before proceeding to load paintballs and screwing
in your tank to your marker.
The barrel plug should fit firmly into the barrel with a significant amount of resistance. NOTE: The barrel plug should
not be easy to remove and always inspect the O-rings to make sure they are not worn or cut.
Remove the Barrel Blocking Device only when you are getting ready to begin play or have been instructed to do so
by a field safety official.
Always keep your Barrel Blocking Device on your marker after you have finished playing. Keep it in place even after
you have emptied all paintballs and removed your air tank from your paintball marker.
WARNING
Inspect your Barrel Blocking Device regularly for wear and any tear if it is worn, replace it immediately.
Always have your Barrel Blocking Device in place on your markers barrel to insure safety and prevent accidents that
may cause permanent injury or even death.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS
Spyder 9.6volt Battery (US LED) optional accessory
To charge a Spyder 9.6 NiMH battery, the circuit board must be in the OFF position. Spyder batteries (JE1015) are not
fully charged when purchased. Using the supplied Spyder LED A/C Charger (JE1029), plug the charger into the charger
port located at the rear of the trigger frame. For a complete charge, Kingman recommends a charging time of 6-8 hours.
SCR002
WRH002
GRP005
SCR002
STEP 1 Plug the Spyder LED A/C charger into a power outlet.
STEP 2 Connect the Spyder A/C charger cord to the rear of the markers trigger frame’s charging port..
STEP 3 The LED indicator on the Spyder LED A/C charger will display RED when the battery is charging.
STEP 4 The LED indicator on the Spyder LED A/C charger will display GREEN when the battery is fully charged.
STEP 5 Unplug the Spyder LED A/C charger cord from the rear of the markers trigger frame’s charging port
after charging.
STEP 6 Remove the Spyder LED A/C charger from the power outlet.
IMPORTANT: Never charge the battery for over 24 hours, as you will risk damaging the battery and/or electronics.
HELPFUL TIP: It is recommended that the battery be charged prior to use in order to ensure maximum performance,
especially if the battery has not been used in over a week. NOTE: A fully charged Spyder battery will last about
5000-6000 shots, depending on your firing methods or firing mode in use. Under normal use and charging
conditions the expected life of the Spyder battery is approximately 700-1000 charging cycles.
To avoid any risks of having the Battery explode or the Circuit Board burned: charge only Spyder 9.6volt NiMH
Batteries in Spyder electronic frames.
Part Names and Numbers described in this section:
Dual Texture Grip Panel (#GRP005)
M4 x 8 Screw (A) (#SCR002)
Battery Harness (#WRH002)
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DO NOT attempt to recharge any Alkaline or any other type of battery in the Spyder electronic frame.
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DO NOT try to recharge batteries that are rusted, corroded, damaged or leaking.
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FAILURE to follow any of the instructions will VOID ALL WARRANTIES AND LIABILTIES from Kingman.
BATTERY INSTALLATION
Kingman Group recommends using a Spyder 9.6volt NiMH Rechargeable Battery as a power source for optimum
performance and will provide a superior shot count of around 5000 to 6000 rounds. (Spyder Battery and Charger
Sold Separately)
NOTE: This marker is compatible with the use of 9volt Alkaline batteries. Use only premium brand Alkaline batteries
for best performance. (Battery Not Included)
Shot counts will vary depending on the type of 9volt Alkaline battery used (2300 to 3200), choosing a premium
brand battery will give the best results.
IMPORTANT: Performance will vary depending on the mode used and rate of fire achieved.
STEP 1 Remove the three M4x8 Screws from the Right side grip panel. NOTE: Allen wrench provided in
the spare parts kit.
STEP 2 Attach the battery to the battery harness.
STEP 3 Re-tighten the three M4x8 Screws.
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
Kingman will not be held liable for any injury or damages from the improper use of this product. This accessory is not
intended for use with any other product other than what Kingman designed it for.
Spyder 9.6volt Battery (EU) optional accessory
To charge a Spyder 9.6 NiMH battery, the circuit board must be in the OFF position. Spyder batteries (JE1015) are
not fully charged when purchased. Using the supplied A/C Charger (JE1025), plug the charger into the charger port
located at the rear of the trigger frame. For a complete charge, Kingman recommends a charging time of 6-8 hours.
IMPORTANT: Never charge the battery for over 24 hours, as you will risk damaging the battery and/or electronics.
HELPFUL TIP: It is recommended that the battery be charged prior to use in order to ensure maximum performance,
especially if the battery has not been used in over a week.
NOTE: A fully charged Spyder battery will last about 5000-6000 shots, depending on your firing methods or firing
mode in use. Under normal use and charging conditions the expected life of the Spyder battery is approximately
700-1000 charging cycles.
To avoid any risks of having the Battery explode or the Circuit Board burned: charge only Spyder 9.6volt NiMH
Batteries in Spyder electronic frames.
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DO NOT attempt to recharge any Alkaline or any other type of battery in the Spyder electronic frame.
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DO NOT try to recharge batteries that are rusted, corroded, damaged or leaking.
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FAILURE to follow any of the instructions will VOID ALL WARRANTIES AND LIABILTIES from Kingman.
Kingman will not be held liable for any injury or damages from the improper use of this product. This accessory is not
intended for use with any other product other than what Kingman designed it for.
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TADAO® CIRCUIT BOARD SETTINGS
POWER AND EYE OPERATION
Press the Power Button to turn marker on. It will boot instantly, showing a Solid Red LED in the grip frame. The
marker will be in “Safe Mode” when the marker is first turned on. To disable the “Safe Mode” you must press and
release the “Power Button” once and the LED will switch to Solid Green LED if the eyes detect a paintball in the
breach or if the marker is un-cocked, Blinking Green LED if there is no paintball in the breach and the marker is
cocked. To disable the eyes, press and hold the “Mode Button” for one second. The LED will switch to Blinking Red
to indicate that the eye system is disabled. To turn off the marker, press and hold the power button and the LED will
turn off when the board powers down.
To determine if the eyes are working correctly, insert an inanimate object into the breach and check if the LED
changes from Blinking Green to Solid Green, and back to Blinking Green once the object is removed.
LED DISPLAY:
MEANING
Solid Red
Safe Mode
LED Display
Blinking Red
Eyes disabled (Rate of fire capped at 10bps)
Solid Green
Ball in Breach, ready to fire
Blinking Green
No ball in breach
Blinking Yellow Eye malfunction (Remove loader and check breach) UPPER Button
Purple
Firing Mode Menu
LOWER Button
Teal Blue
Trigger Debounce Menu
PROGRAMMING
Programming mode can only be initiated while the “Tournament Lock” is disabled. Pressing the push button switch
to the right of the microcontroller on the circuit board will toggle the Tournament Lock. After every press of the
button while the marker is “Off” the light will Flash Green or Red to indicate the status of the Tournament Lock.
Green means the Tournament Lock is off and will allow the user to enter the programming mode. Red indicates the
Tournament Lock is on and programming can not be initiated.
To Enter Firing Mode Programming Menu
While the marker is “Off” press and hold the Mode button, then press the Power Button and the LED will cycle
through “Multiple” colors, the LED will then show “Solid Purple” for Firing Mode Setting Menu.
To change the Firing Mode
Press and hold the “Mode Button” until the Solid Purple LED goes out. The LED will blink to show the current
“Firing Mode” setting. For example if the current Firing Mode setting is on PSP Ramp, the LED will blink 3 times.
Once the LED stops blinking, you will have 2 seconds to enter a new setting.
To enter a new Firing Mode setting, press the Mode Button to select the new Firing Mode setting. For example, for
Semi-auto uncapped you must press the Mode Button 1 time to select Semi-Auto uncapped. After the Firing Mode
has been selected, turn the marker “Off” by pressing the Power Button.
Solid Purple Firing Mode
1 Blink (Semi-auto uncapped)
2 Blinks (Semi-auto capped at 15bps)
3 Blinks (PSP Ramp capped at 15bps)
4 Blinks (Millennium Ramp capped at 15bps)
5 Blinks (3 shot burst capped at 15bps
To Enter Debounce Programming Menu
While the marker is “Off” press and hold the Mode button, then press the Power Button and the LED will cycle
through “Multiple” colors, the LED will then show “Solid Purple” for Firing Mode Setting Menu, press the Mode
button again and the LED will change to “Solid Teal Blue” for the Debounce Setting Menu.
To change the Trigger Debounce setting
Press and hold the Mode Button until the Solid Teal Blue LED goes out. The LED will blink to show the current
Trigger Debounce setting. For example if the current Debounce setting is on Level 3, the LED will blink 3 times.
Once the LED stops blinking, you will have 2 seconds to enter a new setting.
To enter a new Trigger Debounce setting, press the Mode Button to select the new Trigger Debounce setting. For
example, for Level 5 you must press the Mode Button 5 times to select Level 5 for Least Sensitive setting. After the
Trigger Bounce setting has been selected, turn the marker “Off” by pressing the Power Button.
Solid Teal Blue
Trigger Debounce
1 Blink (1 ms, cpf 1, amb 1)
2 Blinks (5 ms, cpf 5, amb 2)
3 Blinks (10 ms, cpf 5, amb 3)
4 Blinks (15 ms, cpf 5, amb 4)
5 Blinks (20 ms, cpf 5, amb 5)
ms – millisecond cpf – cycle percentage filter amb – anti-mechanical bounce
Caution: A “low” Trigger Debounce setting may cause the marker to read trigger switch bounce as additional trigger
pulls, falsely generating shots or near full-automatic fire.
Semi-Auto Mode Lock
To lock the marker in Semi-Auto Mode, there is a small “Circuit Jumper” that needs to be removed located on the
back of the circuit board. Removal of this jumper will lock the Firing mode of the marker and will only allow SemiAuto mode of shooting. The Trigger Debounce setting will still be accessible but all of the other Firing Modes will be
“Locked Out”. To re-enable access to the other Firing Modes, simply place the jumper back onto the circuit board.
Note: The Trigger Bounce setting is still accessible and can be changed even if the Firing Mode has been “Locked
Out”.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Forced Shot If the eyes are enabled and the breach is empty but you want to fire a clearing shot, a forced shot can
be initiated by pulling and holding the trigger for ½ second. This is useful when you have emptied all your paintballs
from the marker and would like to un-cock or discharge the remaining air inside the marker.
Battery Power Indicator If battery power is sufficient, when the marker powers on the LED indicator will flash
“Green” rapidly. If the battery power is low the LED will flash “Red” rapidly, indicating that the battery will need to
be charged.
Sleep Mode Automatic power down after 15 minutes of idle time, saves battery power.
TRIGGER ADJUSTMENT
SCR029
MAGNETIC RESPONSE “SABER” TRIGGER
There are 3 adjuster set screws that allows the adjustment for the trigger pull, the micro switch actuation, a post
travel stop and the magnetic response strength.
The first set screw furthest from the micro switch is for adjusting the amount of resistance force the magnet applies
on the trigger. Adjusting the set screw in will increase resistance and out will reduce it for a lighter trigger pull.
The middle set screw is for adjusting the distance between the trigger and the micro switch. Adjusting the set screw
in will bring the trigger actuation closer giving the trigger a short trigger pull.
HELPFUL TIP: Remember not to over adjust this set screw as you may have the trigger rest against the micro
switch and not allow the micro switch to reset for the next trigger pull.
The third set screw closest to the micro switch is for the post travel of the trigger. It is to stop the trigger from
further back travel after it has actuated the micro switch
VELOCITY ADJUSTMENT INCREASE / DECREASE
VTA028
STP028
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To INCREASE your velocity fps using the Allen wrench, turn the Velocity Adjuster / Spring Guide clockwise.
To DECREASE your velocity fps using the Allen wrench, turn the Velocity Adjuster / Spring Guide counterclockwise. NOTE: Allen wrench provided in the spare parts kit. NOTE: Velocity Adjuster / Spring Guide doesn’t
remove from the rear of the Sticker Plug.
NOTE: The velocity of this paintball marker ranges from approximately 240 – 300 feet per second (fps). Velocities
will fluctuate or vary due to paintball size, climate condition, altitude, type of air source and variance in spring
tension from manufacturing.
WARNING
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The recommended Velocity speed should be no greater then 300 fps. Not doing so can cause serious injury or death
if the velocity is set dangerously high.
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Paintball markers are not intended to shoot any person less then 25 feet without eye/face protection.
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Never point a loaded marker at any person who is not wearing the proper face protection.
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Never at any point should you look down the barrel, whether the marker is loaded or not.
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Using a paintball marker outside a non designated paintball field can be illegal, and is subject to law
enforcement penalties if property damage is caused by the user.
C/A ON/OFF ADAPTER
REGULATOR ADJUSTMENT
REG012
SCR026
WARNING: Never at any time should you attempt to unscrew the Vertical Regulator while the marker is
pressurized. Doing so can cause serious injury or death.
The Electra w/Eye is equipped with the Fast Charge Inline Regulator that improves the markers
velocity consistency and air efficiency. Once the C02/ Compressed Air tank has been installed and
tank valve is opened by turning the C/A On/Off adapter knob clockwise, the marker is potentially
capable and ready to fire.
Adjustment to the regulator output pressure is done through the regulator adjuster knob located at the
bottom of the regulator with the use of the wrench provided with the spare parts kit.
HELPFUL TIP: Make sure to have the C02 / Compressed Air Tank filled before use.
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Firmly, hand tighten the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank clockwise into the markers C/A On/Off
adapter.
Tighten the tank clockwise in the markers C/A On/Off adapter until it is snug. If an air leak occurs
between the tank and the C/A On/Off adapter, replace the urethane o-ring.
To pressurize the marker turn the adapter knob towards the ON position to pierce the pin valve on
the tank.
To release the pressure turn the dial knob towards the OFF position. This will release the pressure
in the hose line and stop the air flow in the marker.
IMPORTANT: Markers that are equipped with regulators may store residual air after the C02/
Compressed Air Tank has been removed. To fully remove any residual air stored in the marker, turn the
C/A On/Off adapter knob counter-clockwise to shut off the air supplied from the tank. Take several dry
fire shots with the marker pointed in a safe direction until the marker has no remaining air.
IMPORTANT: You should never need to use any hand tool to attach a Compressed Air Tank to the C/A
On/Off adapter.
NOTE: O-rings in the markers parts kit are not supplied to attach with a C02/ Compressed Air Tank.
NOTE: The hose line adapter supplied on the C/A On/Off is American thread 1/8” (NPT).
C/A ON/OFF Adapter
STEP 1 Loosen the Regulator Adjuster Lock Screw located on the on the Regulator Adjuster Knob.
STEP 2 Using the Open End Wrench provided with the spare parts kit, turning the adjuster knob
clockwise will decrease the regulator output pressure and turning the adjuster knob counter clockwise
will increase the output pressure of the regulator. The regulator output should be no less than 300psi
or at least one and a half turn counter clockwise of the Regulator Adjuster Knob from the bottom of
the regulator.
NOTE: Too low of an output setting from the regulator will result in very low velocity and some recocking issue with the marker. You must have adequate output air pressure from the regulator to avoid
starving the marker for air. Too high of an output setting of the regulator will result in excessive air
consumption and poor air efficiency. This may also result in dangerously high velocities exceeding the
recommended safety limits for playing paintball.
STEP 3 After each adjustment to the regulator, you must fire the marker a few times to let the
regulator settle to its new output setting.
STEP 4 Securing the Regulator Adjuster Lock Screw will prevent the adjuster knob from turning due
to vibrations keeping the regulator output setting stable and locked.
IMPORTANT: Any adjustment to the inline regulator output pressure will affect the markers velocity
setting, always chronograph the marker after each adjustment. NOTE: The Fast Charge Inline
Regulator is tuned from the factory to have an output pressure of approximately 350 psi.
When adjusting the Regulator to “Decrease” the output pressure, you will need to fire the marker a
few times to get the new setting. IMPORTANT: (Make sure you have your marker pointed in a safe
direction and you are following all safety guidelines set with the use of this product.)
IMPORTANT: Markers that are equipped with regulators may store residual air after the Compressed
Air Tank has been removed. To fully remove any residual air stored in the marker, turn the C/A On/Off
adapter knob counter-clockwise to shut off the air supplied from the tank.
IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to service the regulator unless you have received proper training from a
qualified Kingman Group service technician. Doing so will VOID all regulator warranties and liabilities
from Kingman Group. If you experience any leaks or problem with the regulator, contact Kingman Group
Technical Support Service Department.
IMPORTANT: Always remove all paintballs and C02 / Compressed Air Tank from your marker and
remember to keep the marker in its un-cocked position before placing it in storage.
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DISASSEMBLE / REASSEMBLE AND CLEANING OF REAR INTERNALS
REASSEMBLY REAR INTERNALS
CONNECTED
VBT014
DISCONNECTED
STK008
STF001
REC045
STP028
SPR014
STB002
Part Names and Numbers described in this section:
Top Cocking Knob (#STK008)
Delrin Bolt w/ Locking Knob & O-Ring (#VBT014)
Striker Bolt (#STB002)
Striker Plug (#STP028)
Striker Spring (#SPR014)
Striker Buffer (#STF001)
Receiver (#REC045)
QUICK CLEAN DISASSEMBLY
Lift upward on the Top Cocking Knob to disconnect the Delrin Bolt from the Striker Bolt. This will allow the Delrin Bolt to slide
out from the rear of the Receiver. HELPFUL TIP: Removing the Delrin Bolt from the Receiver will allow easy access
to clean with a squeegee. NOTE: Make sure the hole on the Striker Bolt is facing upright when looking thru the
Receiver. This will allow the Top Cocking Pin to correctly fasten with the Striker Bolt.
IMPORTANT: The air passage hole located in the middle of the Delrin Bolt should always be facing downward when
reinstalling. If the Delrin Bolt is not installed correctly, paintballs will not exit out of the barrel normally.
DISASSEMBLE OF REAR INTERNALS
STEP 1 Lift upward on the Top Cocking Knob to disconnect the Delrin Bolt from the Striker Bolt. This will allow the
Delrin Bolt to slide out from the rear of the Receiver.
STEP 2 Using an adjustable wrench turn the Striker Plug counter clockwise located at the rear of the Receiver. This
will allow all internal parts such as the Velocity Adjuster & Spring Guide, Striker Spring, Striker Buffer and Striker
Bolt to slide from the rear of the Receiver.
NOTE: Remove the Striker Plug only with the marker in the un-cocked position this will prevent the internals from
springing out because the Striker Spring is compressed. HELPFUL TIP: Placing your finger behind the Striker Plug
before removing this will prevent the markers internals from springing out.
STEP 3 Remove items in order; Striker Plug w/Velocity Adjuster, Striker Spring and Striker Buffer.
STEP 4 Slide the Striker Bolt out of the rear of the Receiver. HELPFUL TIP: When the internals are removed it
would be wise to clean any dirt or paint from the inside of the Receiver with a squeegee and wipe the Delrin Bolt
clean with a rag or paper towel. Apply some paintball gun oil on Striker O-ring periodically.
IMPORTANT: It is not necessary to disassemble the rear internals for basic maintenance unless the Striker O-ring
needs to be replaced.
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STEP 1 Reinsert the Striker Bolt with Striker O-ring facing toward the front of the marker with the flat spot of the
Striker Bolt facing down. NOTE: Having the Power Switch ON will ease reentry of the Striker Bolt. Apply thumb
pressure behind the Bolt and at the same time pull on the Trigger. Repeat this process until the Bolt is fully inserted.
NOTE: The hole on the Striker Bolt should be facing upright when looking thru the Receiver. NOTE: The images
above display the Delrin Bolt “connected” to and “disconnected” from the Striker Bolt.
STEP 2 Insert the Striker Buffer flush with the receiver and place the Striker Spring thru the Striker Buffer.
STEP 3 Tighten firmly the Striker Plug w / Velocity Adjuster & Spring Guide to the rear of the Receiver.
STEP 4 Insert the Delrin Bolt thru the rear of the Receiver with the Top Cocking Pin. Press downward on the Top
Cocking Pin to gain entry with the Striker Bolt. NOTE: If the Striker Bolt hole is not aligned upright, the Top Cocking
Pin will not fasten correctly.
WARNING: Before / after use of the marker, make sure to fasten all screws. Screws may become loose due to
vibration. Loose screws can be dangerous and cause injury.
To assure that the marker is assembled properly, follow the schematic drawing or position parts in order during
disassembly. Parts assembled backwards or improper parts installed will / can cause the marker to malfunction.
A JAMMED PAINTBALL IN THE BREACH
In the event of a paintball break and the Delrin Bolt jams, follow these steps to help un-jam the marker. The markers
breach is located where the barrel starts to thread in the receiver and underneath the markers feed neck. Before
attempting to un-jam the Delrin Bolt you should always have your Goggles or Safety Glasses on. Make sure the
marker is in the SAFE / OFF position before attempting to un-jam the Delrin Bolt. Remove the CO2 / Compressed
Air Tank before attempting to un-jam the marker. Remove all paintballs and the loader from the feed neck. Have the
barrel removed from the receiver to allow the paintball (s) to exit. With enough force on the Cocking Knob, pull back
to release the Delrin Bolt from the jammed position. Another method is to use a “Straight Shot Squeegee” or the end
of a wood dowel rod; push against the face of the Delrin Bolt with enough force to release the jammed Bolt. Always
clean the paint from the breach and barrel to enhance the performance of your marker.
IMPORTANT: Never look down the barrel of the marker when loaded or unloaded. Remove the attached CO2 /
Compressed Air Tank before attempting to un-jam the Delrin Bolt.
NOTE: Never use a metal rod or screwdriver as a tool to push on the Delrin Bolt, anything metal will scratch and
damage the inside of the marker.
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ANTI CHOP EYES
CUP SEAL REMOVAL
BLS003
ITP012
BLS 011
BLS012
LPC028
SPR013
ITP011
ITP017
ORG023
VRT028
WRH008
ITP019
SCR027
SCR035
Part Names and Numbers described in this section:
Eye Panel (#BLS011/BLS012)
Ball Stopper (#BLS003)
Eye Panel Screw (#SCR035)
Eye Wire Harness (#WRH008)
ANTI CHOP EYES
The Anti Chop Eyes help prevent the chopping of paint by not allowing the marker to fire until a paintball is properly
chambered in the breach. The Eyes transmit a beam across the inside of the breech. The circuit board is preset from
the factory and does not need to be adjusted or altered. (If the Eyes are ON and do not see each other when firing
your marker, you will have to clean the Eyes.) NOTE: The Anti Chop Eyes system reduces the likelihood of chopping
paintballs but do not completely eliminate it from happening, keep the Anti Chop Eyes clean for best and reliable
performance.
CLEANING THE ANTI CHOP EYES
Using a squeegee or swab thru the breech should clean the Eyes enough for the Eyes to detect each other. Another
way is to use an aerosol can of air thru the breech to remove any paint or dirt. To thoroughly clean the Eyes using
the supplied Allen wrench remove both Eye Panel Screws and Eye Panels . Once the Eye Panel Screws & Eye
Panels are removed, proceed with a soft pinch to remove the Eye Wire Harness from the receiver. Use a cloth or
paper towel to remove any paint or dirt that is blocking the Eyes.
IMPORTANT: Cleaning the Eyes often will help reduce dirt, paint or oil residue that blocks the Eyes
NOTE: Never attempt to rush the cleaning process or you can pinch the wires and cause the marker to malfunction
with the Eye Mode ON. Take precaution not to over tighten the Eye Panel Screws or this can lead to stripping the
head. NOTE: When the Eye Panels are removed the Ball Stopper(s) may be attached to the Eye Panels and can
cause them to fall out. HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
IMPORTANT: Before removing both Eye Panels use a needle or dental pick through the hole of the Eye Panel to
remove any dirt that may have built up and prevent the Allen wrench from loosening the screw. It’s possible if the
dirt is not removed you can strip the Eye Panel Screw.
NOTE: Maintenance cleaning of the Anti Chop Eyes should only be done if a paintball break in the breach has
occurred and affected the detection of the paintballs. Removing the Delrin Bolt and pushing a swab type squeegee
through the breach may be adequate in cleaning the Anti Chop Eyes.
CHANGING THE BALL STOPPERS
REG028
Part Names and Numbers described in this section:
Regulator (#REG028)
Cup Seal Guide (#ITP011)
Cup Seal (#ITP012)
Valve Pin (#ITP017)
M5x20 Vertical Washer (#ITP019)
Front Plug (#LPC028)
Valve Spring (#SPR013)
Vertical Adapter (#VRT028)
Vertical Adapter Mounting Screw (#SCR027)
Vertical O-Ring (#ORG023)
STEP BY STEP CUP SEAL ACCESS
Access of the cup seal for service or replacement requires the removal of the Front Plug and Vertical CA Adapter.
STEP 1 Unscrew the Regulator from the Vertical CA Adapter.
STEP 2 Remove the Vertical CA Adapter by unscrewing the Vertical CA Adapter Mounting Screw, be sure to keep a
finger over the Front Plug to prevent it from springing out.
NOTE: The Front Plug and Vertical CA Adapter are both held in place by the Vertical CA Adapter Mounting Screw.
STEP 3 Pull the Front Plug out and it should come out with the Valve Spring, Cup Seal Guide, Cup Seal and Valve
Pin all together.
STEP 4 Unscrew the Cup Seal from the Valve Pin and replace with the spare provided with your spare parts kit.
STEP 5 Follow the previous steps in reverse to re-install all components properly. Make sure the Front Plug screw
hole is lined up with the vertical adapter screw hole.
IMPORTANT: Always make sure all air sources have been removed from your marker and any residual air has been
vented out completely before servicing your marker.
NOTE: Service or replacement of the Cup Seal should only be done if a leak is present and can be heard from the
breach after the removal of the Delrin Bolt.
Experiencing paint rolling through the barrel can be related to small diameter paintballs or the loss of a Ball
Stopper(s) . When removing Eye Panel Screws and Eye Panels the Ball Stopper(s) will be accessible for cleaning or
replacement.
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
IMPORTANT: Before removing both Eye Panels use a needle or dental pick thru the hole of the Eye Panel to remove
any dirt that can build up and block the Allen screw from loosing. It’s possible if the dirt is not removed you can stripe
the Eye Panel Screw.
NOTE: Take precaution not to over tighten the Eye Panel Screws or this can strip the head. NOTE: Maintenance is
not required for the Ball Stoppers unless they have completely worn out or is unable to keep a paintball from rolling
out the breach of the marker when the marker is pointed down.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
REGULATOR SCHEMATIC
ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING MAY CAUSE RECOCKING RELATED ISSUES:
•
Need lubrication on the following O-ring (#ORG001) (see Disassemble / Reassemble).
•
The pressure in the tank is too low and possibly needs to be refilled.
•
Striker O-ring (#ORG001) is damaged or missing. Replace with a new Kingman approved Striker O-ring.
NOTE: The Striker O-ring can not be substituted with a black or urethane bottle o-ring.
•
Dirt or broken paint shell fragments in the receiver can cause the marker to have recocking issues. Using a
squeegee thru the upper portion of the receiver will remove most of the dirt or broken shell fragments. Should
this issue continue, (see Disassemble / Reassemble) remove the markers internals for complete cleaning.
•
Using low quality paintballs can cause the marker to experience recocking issues because of the shape of
the paintballs. HELPFUL TIP: Paintballs have a shelf life and can become too fragile for use. HELPFUL TIP:
Paintballs can take a different shape over time, so it would be wise to size the paintball with your barrel.
ORG002
REG008
ELECTRONIC TRIGGER FRAME TROUBLESHOOTING
•
If your marker is not shooting it may be due to one of the following problems:
•
Battery may need to be recharged.
•
The Battery Wire Harness is not properly attached to the circuit board.
•
The Coil Set Harness is not properly attached to the circuit board. •
The Touch Switch Harness is not properly attached to the circuit board. NOTE: If the Markers Electronics have
any dirt or paint, Kingman recommends using an aerosol can of air. Apply the can of air directly at the
components that need cleaning.
ORG022
SCR025
REG003
AIR LEAKS
IMPORTANT: Always remove the air tank and paintballsbefore any disassembly of the marker.
•
Air leaking from the Front Plug means the O-ring (#ORG002) will need to be oiled or replaced.
•
Air leaking from the Vertical Adapter means the O-ring (#ORG023) will need to be oiled or replaced.
•
Air leaking down the barrel is usually caused by a worn or damaged cup seal (#ITP012). (see Cup Seal
Removal) should the cup seal need to be exchanged.
•
Never remove Valve Body (#ITP018) unless specific repairs are needed.
•
A nick or scratch on the lip of the Valve Body can cause an internal air leak (see Cup Seal Removal). The Valve
Body may need to be replaced.
•
Air leaking thru the Receiver and out of the Trigger Frame would indicate the Valve Body O-rings (#ORG002)
will need to be replaced.
•
If air is leaking thru the opposite end of the hose fittings, please check the following:
•
The female end of the hose must have a plastic washer (#HSF004) installed inside the hose collar and be
tightened properly.
IMPORTANT: The hose line supplied has metric female ends. This will not install into American 1/8” (NPT) threaded
fittings. If installed incorrectly, it is possible to damage the attachment fittings and hose line.
HELPFUL TIP: To assure marker is assembled properly, follow the schematic drawing or position parts in order
during disassembly. Parts assembled backwards or improper parts installed will / can cause the marker to
malfunction.
REG004
REG014
ORG024
REG010
ORG021
REG012
SCR026
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ELECTRA w/Eye TADAO® EDITION PARTS LIST
ASA023
ASA021
ASA018
ASA030
* BAR001
BAR028
BLS003
BLS009
BLS010
BLS011
BLS012
31223
ELM001
ELM002
ELM004
ELM008
FND010
FND030
GRP005
HSE010
HSF004
HSF009
C/A On/Off Adapter Knob (polished black)
C/A On/Off Retaining Screw
C/A On/Off 1/8 Hose Plug
C/A On/Off Adapter (polished black)
Spyder Barrel Plug/BBD
12” 2PCS Barrel (polished black)
Ball Stopper
Ball Stopper / Eye Wire Insert - right
Ball Stopper / Eye Wire Insert - left
Aluminum Eye Panel - right (polished black)
Aluminum Eye Panel - left (polished black)
Tadao® Circuit Board
Coil Set
Coil Pin
Capacitor
LEAP™ Touch Switch Membrane
Clamping Collar (polished black)
Feed Neck (polished black)
Dual Texture Grip Panel (black)
Disconnect Hose (female x female)
Plastic Washer
90d Male to Male Swivel Adapter (STD x MET)
ITP011
ITP012
ITP017
ITP018
ITP019
LPC028
ORG001
ORG002
ORG003
ORG008
ORG011
ORG021
ORG022
ORG023
ORG024
* PAK005
REC045
REG003
Cup Seal Guide
Cup Seal
Valve Pin (slim)
Valve Body (blind hole)
M5x20 Vertical Washer
Front Plug (polished black)
Striker O-ring #14.3 1.7 60pu
O-ring #015 80
Barrel O-ring #22 1.5 80
O-ring #010 80
O-ring #006 80pu
Reg Adjuster O-ring #11 80pu
Reg Piston #14 70pu
Vertical O-ring #17 1.5 80
Piston Shaft O-ring #08 80pu
Spare Parts Kit
Electra w/Eye Receiver (polished black)
Reg Piston
REG004
REG008
REG010
REG012
REG014
REG028
RPN001
RPN002
SCR002
SCR003
SCR007
SCR011
SCR025
SCR026
SCR027
SCR028
SCR029
SCR030
SCR035
SER001
SPR014
SPR009
SPR013
STB002
STF001
STK008
STP028
TRF009
TRS008
VBT003
VBT004
VBT013
VBT014
VRT028
VTA028
WRH002
WRH007
WRH008
Reg Spring
Reg Top Body (polished black)
Reg Mid Body (polished black)
Reg Adjuster (polished black)
Reg O-ring Housing (F)
Regulator (complete) (polished black)
Sear Roll Pin
Trigger/Touch Switch Roll Pin
M4 x 8 Grip Screw
Circuit Board Screw (+)
M8 x 8 Valve Body Screw (A)
Coil Set Screw
M4 x 4 Reg Screw (A)
M4 x 10 Reg Adjuster Screw (A)
M5 x 20 Vertical Screw (A)
M5 x 10 Trigger Frame Screw w/Star Washer (A)
M4 x 6 Trigger Adjustment Screw (A)
M3 x 10 Clamping Screw (A)
M4 x 10 Eye Panel Screw
Sear
Striker Spring
ESP Sear Spring
Valve Spring
Striker Bolt
Striker Buffer
Top Cocking Knob
Striker Plug Threaded (polished black)
Electronic Trigger Frame (M)
Magnetic Saber Trigger (polished black)
Delrin Bolt Locking Bearing
Delrin Bolt Locking Spring
Delrin Bolt Locking Screw
Delrin Bolt w/ Locking Knob & O-Ring
Vertical Adapter (polished black)
Velocity Adjuster & Spring Guide (polished black)
Battery Harness
Touch Switch (3P)
Eye Wire Harness
ELECTRA w/Eye TADAO® EDITION SCHEMATICS
RPN002
STP028
RPN001
WRH007
ORG002
SCR011
ELM001
ELM002
STF001
SCR029
ORG008
ELM004
SCR003
VTA028
VBT013
VBT004
31223
TRS008
VBT003
SPR014
STK008
STB002
BLS009
BLS010
BLS003
VBT014
SCR003
SCR035
BLS011
BLS012
ORG001
SCR030
REC045
SCR028
SCR002
SER001
WRH008
HSF009
FND010
ASA030
SCR007
FND030
GRP005
SCR028
TRF009
SCR027
ORG002
ORG003
ITP018
ORG023
VRT028
ORG002
ITP017
ASA023
ORG011
ASA021
ASA018
HSF001
ITP019
ITP012
HSE010
ITP011
REG012
ORG003
SPR013
BAR028
HSF004
ORG002
HSF009
REG028
LPC028
Charging Port
LED Display
UPPER Button
ELM008
LOWER Button
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WARRANTY STATEMENT
Kingman warrants the original retail purchaser that this product is free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service for a period of (1) year from the original date of purchase.
Any Electronic Components in an Electronic Spyder marker are warranted for (6) months and the
Tadao® Circuit Board for (3) months from the original date of purchase. Kingman agrees to repair or
replace (at its discretion) any product within (a reasonable period of time). This warranty does not
cover o-rings, cup seals, 9.6v rechargeable battery, charger, scratches, nicks, normal wear and tear
of parts, any modifications, normal fading of anodizing and damage caused by dropping or hitting
of products. This warranty shall not apply if it is shown by a Kingman Technician that the consumer
caused the defect or malfunction because of misuse. This warranty only covers original factory
parts. Any modifications or tampering of original factory parts will VOID warranty and liabilities from
Kingman. Any damage caused by water will not be covered under warranty. Warranty repair can only
be conducted by Kingman technician or Kingman authorized technician. For warranty to be effective,
consumer must return the enclosed warranty registration card filled out, along with a copy of the
purchase receipt, within (15) days of the original purchase date. This warranty is not transferable.
Paintball markers are non-refundable. This warranty will not cover pick up, shipping, delivery, and/or
house calls. If the product needs repair, the consumer is responsible for packaging the product and
covering the shipping cost to Kingman. Please include a note with your name, address, phone number
and a brief description of the malfunction to:
KINGMAN GROUP
Attn: Tech Department
14010 Live Oak Avenue
Baldwin Park, CA 91706 U.S.A.
www.kingman.com
» Warranty Registration is also available at www.spyder.tv
FOR TECHINICAL SUPPORT
Our Technical Support Department is open Monday through Friday, from 8am to 5pm (PST), and can be
reached at Tele: (626) 430-2300 Fax: (626) 851-8530
www.spyder.tv
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