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    Trigger question.

    I installed a new trigger that I received from a reliable manufacturer of AGD parts. The trigger design mirrors that of the original trigger for hinge, tab, and magnet locations. With my original trigger, when I pull my pin it says AGD 3.2 and is live to cycle the marker. HOWEVER, I installed the new trigger and once it was complete, I pulled the pin and instead of the usual AGD 3.2 and goin live, it had two dash marks and that was it. I reinstalled the original trigger and its business as usual.

    Any thoughts?
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    Hall sensor magnet. Adjust it.

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    put the other trigger back in and see if that fixes it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag
    put the other trigger back in and see if that fixes it
    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoMag
    I reinstalled the original trigger and its business as usual.

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    i appologise for my selective blindness... my wife hates me for it as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ando
    Hall sensor magnet. Adjust it.
    Already tried that. It is puzzling.

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    pull the trigger and far forward as you can,
    adjust the magnet as far away from the hall sensor as you can.

    let us know whats up.

    the magnet might not be able to get far away enough from the sensor.

    if this is the case talk to luke. he will help you out on his products.

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    I thought I that. Magnet is already retracted all of the way and the top is resting on the trigger frame. I will just stick with the original.

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    Originally some trigger designs were not threaded far enough, I thought I have fixed them, perhaps I missed one. If the lower hole is not threaded all the way, it could be the problem. It's an easy fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Originally some trigger designs were not threaded far enough, I thought I have fixed them, perhaps I missed one. If the lower hole is not threaded all the way, it could be the problem. It's an easy fix.
    Thanks sir. I will take a close look at that magnet well tonight. I'll keep you posted.

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    Ok so I had some time to take a look. The new trigger layout is tripping the HE sensor from the start even with the magnet retracted all the way back in the trigger and the top of the trigger resting on the frame.

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    Only way to fix that is finding a less powerful magnet if the adj screw is all the way out.

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    I'm just gonna leave the stock one on until I can figure out something.

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    Try flipping the magnet around, might have been installed incorrectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my automag
    Try flipping the magnet around, might have been installed incorrectly.
    lol, i didnt even think of that one.

    ive had to do that once or twice.

    not sure why it makes a diff.

    but yeah try that

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    ill pass on that try. It is the same magnet in both triggers. It works in one and not the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoMag
    ill pass on that try. It is the same magnet in both triggers. It works in one and not the other.
    yeah then i would pass on that.

    i would offer to fix this or try to fix it but i have no time.

    hope you get it fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoMag
    ill pass on that try. It is the same magnet in both triggers. It works in one and not the other.
    Oh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags
    not sure why it makes a diff.
    Magnets have polarity. The HES only detects magnetic polarity in one direction. If the magnet is backwards, the HES acts like it isn't even there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by athomas
    Magnets have polarity. The HES only detects magnetic polarity in one direction. If the magnet is backwards, the HES acts like it isn't even there.
    thats what i thought.

    but i know nothing

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    are you using the same magnet? If not try that. If the magnets to strong it will mess with the hes. Either always tripping the hes or not tripping it at a.ll

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