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Firing too many bullets at once? Use this guide to fix a jammed trigger on your Nerf N-Strike Maverick.

Remove the 10 screws on the outer shell of the Maverick.
  • Remove the 10 screws on the outer shell of the Maverick.

  • Make sure to keep all the screws in a cup or container so they don't get lost.

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After removing all of the screws, slowly lift the gray top left piece. The other side of the top left piece can also be taken off.
  • After removing all of the screws, slowly lift the gray top left piece.

  • The other side of the top left piece can also be taken off.

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Remove the top left screw.
  • Remove the top left screw.

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While holding the Maverick down  slowly lift the outer shell. Make sure the orientation of the Maverick matches the picture shown.
  • While holding the Maverick down slowly lift the outer shell.

  • Make sure the orientation of the Maverick matches the picture shown.

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Remove the screw holding the trigger to the body. When screwing everything back together, remember to re hook the trigger spring.
  • Remove the screw holding the trigger to the body.

  • When screwing everything back together, remember to re hook the trigger spring.

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Check the inner chassis around the trigger area. Make sure the springs and parts can move freely. If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick. If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick.
  • Check the inner chassis around the trigger area. Make sure the springs and parts can move freely.

  • If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick.

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After examining and fixing the chassis, screw the trigger back onto the body. Hook the upper spring to the metal rod.
  • After examining and fixing the chassis, screw the trigger back onto the body.

  • Hook the upper spring to the metal rod.

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Replace the outer shell of the Maverick and the top left screw. When reattaching the outer shell, make sure to hold the top left piece as shown in the first picture. This ensures that the spring remains connected to the rod. Screw the top left piece back onto the Maverick.
  • Replace the outer shell of the Maverick and the top left screw.

  • When reattaching the outer shell, make sure to hold the top left piece as shown in the first picture. This ensures that the spring remains connected to the rod.

  • Screw the top left piece back onto the Maverick.

  • Replace the 10 screws on the Maverick.

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