Introduction

There are some situations where the plunger may stop functioning. This will result the loss of pressure needed to propel the Nerf darts out of the crossbow. This guide will demonstrate how to evaluate this type of problem and offer a way to fix it.

There are 19 1.0 cm screws.
  • There are 19 1.0 cm screws.

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Use the screwdriver and unscrew each screw one-by-one placing each screw on the magnetic mat to insure they do not get lost.
  • Use the screwdriver and unscrew each screw one-by-one placing each screw on the magnetic mat to insure they do not get lost.

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Separate each part of the Nerf crossbow.
  • Separate each part of the Nerf crossbow.

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Carefully remove the plunger from the chamber for inspection.
  • Carefully remove the plunger from the chamber for inspection.

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Check to make sure the plunger is intact and has the the rubber stopper at the end of it.
  • Check to make sure the plunger is intact and has the the rubber stopper at the end of it.

  • Also make sure the spring is intact and is not bent.

  • If the spring is bent you can purchase one similar to it at a local hardware store.

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Make sure that plunger is reattached to the cocking mechanism.
  • Make sure that plunger is reattached to the cocking mechanism.

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Check chamber to make sure that there are no holes or cracks.
  • Check chamber to make sure that there are no holes or cracks.

  • If there are holes or crakes then the problem will not be able to be resolved since Nerf does not sell these types of parts.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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