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Following is the repair invoice data:
Area Concern Closing

firing pin NPF

Hammer Spring NPF

Trigger Bar Adjusted

To those of you that are mechanically in the know will adjusting the trigger bar help with LPS because I'm guessing NPF means "No Problem found"
 

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Hmmm...sounds like they didn't do anything to me. Take it to the range, give it a go and report back!
 

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just talked to Taurus about my LPS and failure to feed, and she said to try different ammo or send it in. , and break in is complete at 300 rds. She also said dont use the Russian steel,,, I will try more HST and Remington Saber 105g...."Woo De Woo" ONline videos has the same problems , sent his in , they replaced the some spring and he will retest soon. Lakeline only has a stainless recoil Rod without the spring but thats it for now from them on the spectrum.
 

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I tried 4 different brands of ammo and sent in the data along with the Spectrum. I think the only way to find out if anything else was done that was not noted is with a range test. The internet is a good thing in that years ago if we had an issue the rep would say never heard of that before when in fact he's been hearing about it all over the country. Well the forums stopped that but it works both ways if you don't want a lot of returns or decrease sales replace a part with a new design and don't list it so rumors aren't spread.
 

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Following is the repair invoice data:
Area Concern Closing

firing pin NPF

Hammer Spring NPF

Trigger Bar Adjusted

To those of you that are mechanically in the know will adjusting the trigger bar help with LPS because I'm guessing NPF means "No Problem found"
No idea? I wonder if the trigger bar could be triggering the sear a little early before the striker was fully loaded thus causing light strikes.
 
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No idea? I wonder if the trigger bar could be triggering the sear a little early before the striker was fully loaded thus causing light strikes.
Interesting...I'll have to look more closely at the action of the trigger bar in mine.
 

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Hope it works for you after getting back from the factory.
 

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NPF may mean No Problem Found, but that doesn't mean they DIDN'T replace those parts.
 
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No idea? I wonder if the trigger bar could be triggering the sear a little early before the striker was fully loaded thus causing light strikes.
That's what I thought when I read this. If the trigger bar can be adjusted (bent a bit most likely) to take the striker a bit further back before releasing, that could do it. Looking at the photo I took of it, I'm not quite sure how it would be adjusted. Maybe ground a bit...
 

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Interesting...still waiting for a range report!
 
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