Help with combro

Help with combro

Postby moulindu » Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:11 am

Hi
I was using combro chrono untill one of my friend borrowed it for checking his air rifle velocity. When he he returned my combro i saw the black plastic sleeve that attaches combro with barrel is broken & he fixed it using adhesive & duct tape. He might have locked his break barrel air rifle holding on to combro. Though that plastic sleeve doesnot move but i am getting "BAD" on every shots. I have changed fresh sets of batteries but its of no use. I have also checked the sensors by blocking it with finger & pressing "Ready" button & it shows signs like (---I) (I---). I have discussed this problem with Robin from combro chronoscope & she mentioned that either those sensor protective plates might be scratched or the pellet entry-exit is not linear to the sensors of chrono (may be due to broken sleeve attachment).

So members ever faced this kind of problem with combro before, am i missing something here & give it a check again. Where can i buy that plastic sleeve from as i have checked http://www.chronoscopes.com/ & even they dont store them. Help me out
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Re: Help with combro

Postby Blackbaronfish » Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:51 am

If ever i have problems from shooting and damaging my chrono, i send it to Robin for a repair. Its unusual that he cant help. Try a pencil down the barrel to align everything up.

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Re: Help with combro

Postby Brooksy » Sat Mar 12, 2016 4:24 pm

Robin will put a whole new case on it for next to nowt, just contact him on the Combro website and ask how much.
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Re: Help with combro

Postby Phil B » Sat Mar 12, 2016 5:37 pm

Get a new friend!
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Re: Help with combro

Postby Blackbaronfish » Sat Mar 12, 2016 6:07 pm

Robin is out of stock of cases when looking at his Web site.

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Re: Help with combro

Postby Brooksy » Sat Mar 12, 2016 8:27 pm

Phil B wrote:Get a new friend!

:lol: :lol:
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Re: Help with combro

Postby moulindu » Sun Mar 13, 2016 4:40 am

Blackbaronfish wrote:Try a pencil down the barrel to align everything up.

Combro came with a barrel alignment tool (yellow coloured plastic stick) & i always use it before shooting pellet as i heard people shoot off their sensors.
I am guessing since that barrel joining sleeve is broken its not staying aligned with barrel on recoil & the pellet is either missing one or both sensors.
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Blackbaronfish wrote:If ever i have problems from shooting and damaging my chrono, i send it to Robin for a repair.

Brooksy wrote:Robin will put a whole new case on it for next to nowt, just contact him on the Combro website and ask how much.

I looked for barrel sleeve in accessories section of combro site but its not listed, I sent couple of mails but didnt got any response yet. Is only option left with me is to send the whole chrony to for repair
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Re: Help with combro

Postby Roger5 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:44 am

It's listed as V Block on Combro site pn:4-09 £2.65
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Re: Help with combro

Postby Raj » Sun Mar 13, 2016 7:18 pm

My dear compatriot ... (well I was Indian at birth) ... I have one spare and would be happy to put it in the post for you. No charge. :) Just PM me your postal address
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Re: Help with combro

Postby moulindu » Mon Mar 14, 2016 12:59 pm

Roger5 wrote:It's listed as V Block on Combro site pn:4-09 £2.65

Thanks Roger5, I tried to purchase V Block, spare batteries & 2 pairs of sun filters. But on payment neither got any payment confirmation nor fund was debited from my account. I guess they are out of stock.
Raj wrote:My dear compatriot ... (well I was Indian at birth) ... I have one spare and would be happy to put it in the post for you. No charge. Just PM me your postal address
Compliments of British Raj

Thanx a lot Raj for your benevolence really appreciate your gesture. I will pm you my address.
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