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QUOTE(deanie-b @ Jan 27 2006, 05:06 PM)

Hi again guys

Can't get my fudgin' powerball going! It goes for a bout 35 secs after i pull the cord, But then it dies, ANy advice, (I've pretty much done exactly what the instructions say)

It doesnt go on its own lol, you have to make it keep going by using the right technique

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PLEASE READ

I think i've messed up the powerball, The core has suddenly started to rotate when i'm winding it up, And it no longer gathers speed, I'm guessing this is due to the middle moving.

Anyone else had this problem?

Think I should send it back?

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http://www.powerballs.com/

What a surprise, eh

You seem to me like a cocky individual

Yes i do know the workings of a gyroscope, But obviously YOU don't know the workings of a powerball

When it first arrives, it tends to be stiff (nice)

After a while it loosens up, (not so nice)

I would rather you don't act as if i'm stupid...

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QUOTE(deanie-b @ Jan 27 2006, 09:26 PM)

You seem to me like a cocky individual

Yes i do know the workings of a gyroscope, But obviously YOU don't know the workings of a powerball

When it first arrives, it tends to be stiff (nice)

After a while it loosens up, (not so nice)

I would rather you don't act as if i'm stupid...

mate this happened to me, let me guess you just got it, and are using it loads and loads and loads. yeh? same here, and mine didnt want to work after a whole day. i suggest you just sleep on it and wake up with ur arms fresh etc and give it another go. if it really wont work after that, then send it back lol.

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QUOTE(deanie-b @ Jan 27 2006, 09:26 PM)

You seem to me like a cocky individual

Yes i do know the workings of a gyroscope, But obviously YOU don't know the workings of a powerball

When it first arrives, it tends to be stiff (nice)

After a while it loosens up, (not so nice)

I would rather you don't act as if i'm stupid...

I've had one for about a fortnight now. I'm not cocky, but I am a cock.

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QUOTE(deanie-b @ Jan 27 2006, 09:26 PM)

When it first arrives, it tends to be stiff (nice)

After a while it loosens up, (not so nice)

Can you be a bit more specific?

Also, if you don't know what a powerball is, go onto google and put 'power ball' in, but that's kinda obvious....

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Sure Jt

When the powerball first arrives, The core that you wind the rip cord around tends to be very nice and firm, And not move when your winding the cord around it = Nice (Y)

Mine has just started becoming a bit loose probably from over-use today (first day of having it).

That ok? :)

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QUOTE(deanie-b @ Jan 27 2006, 09:35 PM)

When the powerball first arrives, The core that you wind the rip cord around tends to be very nice and firm, And not move when your winding the cord around it = Nice (Y)

Not really.

The core of the powerball moves in alot of different directions. It moves in and out very slightly, which is normal. And it spins in two dimentions - like a standard giroscope. I know it's hard to explain. But i still don't get what you thinks wrong with yours. :ermm:

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but I am a cock.

Even if you are, you shouldn't admit it :ermm:

I just tightened the screws on the side of the body, that seems to have made it feel a bit better :)

Jt:

I preferred it when the core didn't move as easily, That's all :)

I know how they work, Just prefer it new (Y)

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