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Old 04-16-2011, 04:52 PM
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Its a Odyssey Halo Belt Driven Paintball Loader.
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Old 04-16-2011, 05:02 PM
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Odyssey Halo Belt Driven Paintball Loader
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Old 04-16-2011, 09:27 PM
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That would be the Halo B. By any chance do you know if it has a V35 board or not?

If you aren't sure, try to follow these instructions anyways:

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To enter programming mode, while the loader is OFF, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds and the LED begins to flash. Release the button. The LED will flash the current speed selected in green followed by one red flash to indicate the end, then repeat. After 10 seconds of no activity, the loader will exit programming mode and turn OFF. The default speed is Speed 3.
Speed 1 17 BPS
Speed 2 21 BPS
Speed 3 24 BPS
Speed 4 28 BPS
Speed 5 32 BPS
Speed 6 35 BPS

Once in programming mode, each time the button is pressed the program advances 1 speed setting. Press the button once for each advancement desired. Once at Speed 6, an additional button press will cycle the speed setting around to Speed 1 again. After each button press, the LED will begin flashing the new speed setting. When you have advanced to the setting you would like, do not press the button any further and after 10 seconds of no activity the loader will exit programming mode and turn OFF.

EXAMPLE - If you are in Speed 3 and you press the button 2 times, you will now be in Speed 5. If you are in Speed 5 and you press the button 3 times, you will now be in Speed 2.

Note: Disconnecting the batteries will reset the speed setting back to default, which is Speed 3.
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Old 04-17-2011, 07:31 PM
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That does not work on mine. I have the ball bearing dents
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Old 04-18-2011, 12:51 PM
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Hrm. Does the marker chatter/burp at all when it double feeds, or does it just do it?

I'm trying to come up with a cheap solution for your loader, but the easiest perhaps would be to get a new board for it. I recommend a Reloader B board, since it is adjustable and does not require the eyes that the Halo B board uses. Instead, it runs off the sound from the marker firing. The Reloader B2 board has a pot switch to adjust the sound sensitivity and the Reloader B automatically adjusts when booting up. This means that you just need to be quiet when turning it on and not firing the marker/loading it.

You can find these boards in the Miscellaneous section or the Gearbag section of PBN's B/S/T.
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