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carrollcountybuckhunter

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Registered: 01/01/08
Posts: 4,969
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Dang thing fit's good and turns on when seated but cant get it to turn off. Watched the instructional video and did everything instructed. Think maybe I wasted $10.00 on a spur of the moment purchase. Anybody have similar issue's ?
willhunt

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Registered: 01/20/09
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tell it to think about rosie odonnell or margaret thatcher. that should be enough to trun it off.

deerslayer20

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yup..junk...

carrollcountybuckhunter

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Been messing with it all day. Headed to the flat side of my hammer and then to the trash can !!!!!!



craig76

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Registered: 07/13/08
Posts: 4,793
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pull out on the lumenok it will shut off  I never had any promblems with them

CCWhitetail

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Registered: 09/27/07
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pull out on the lumenok it will shut off  I never had any promblems with them


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bigez

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Registered: 02/23/10
Posts: 209
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i could never get the lumenock to ever work correctly. had to change brands
craig76

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if lumenoks and arrow are not prepared rite they will not work properly. You cant just take lumenok out of package and stick in arrow. Maybe 1 out of 10 times you can. If they are to tight or lose they wont work

Flatline_Shooter

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Get some easton tracer nocks they work great never had a problem with them
craig76

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Originally Posted by Flatline_Shooter
Get some easton tracer nocks they work great never had a problem with them

I got about 2 dz tracers that dont work all boxed up at the shop to send back to easton 

sipe

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MossyHorn
Registered: 02/19/06
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Just picked up a Lumenok tonight, seems to work great.  BUT, just like Craig said, if the nock fits too loosely or too tight...no dice.  A quick hit with some finishing sandpaper will file the inside of the shaft down enough to get a good fit.  First I've used the lighted nocks, I'll pick up a few more this week.  Hopefully, they all work as well as this one did. 

craig76

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Originally Posted by sipe

Just picked up a Lumenok tonight, seems to work great.  BUT, just like Craig said, if the nock fits too loosely or too tight...no dice.  A quick hit with some finishing sandpaper will file the inside of the shaft down enough to get a good fit.  First I've used the lighted nocks, I'll pick up a few more this week.  Hopefully, they all work as well as this one did. 

You want to sand the lumenok not the arrow shaft

sipe

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MossyHorn
Registered: 02/19/06
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I sanded both a little bit.  I'm sure the tiny bit of sanding on the shaft didnt weaken it.  But I will focus on the nock from now on.  Thanks.

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