Wolverine Airsoft engines including the INFERNO, HYDRA, REAPER and BOLT all use either a 214 or 314 solenoid. In the event that dust or debris makes its way into the solenoid, it may become necessary to clean it.
Please see our Solenoid Maintenance Guide for detailed instructions on how to disassemble, maintain and reassemble your solenoid.
Wolverine Airsoft engines including the INFERNO,
HYDRA, REAPER and BOLT all use either a 214
or 314 solenoid. In the event that dust or debris
makes its way into the solenoid, it may become
necessary to clean it.
You will need:
• Compressed Air
• 2.5mm Allen Key
or 3mm square
bit for solenoids
with plastic caps
Begin by removing your solenoid
from your Wolverine Airsoft
engine by unscrewing it counter-clockwise from the engine.
The HYDRA will require the
additional step of removing the
retention clip from around the
MAC Valves 214, 2-Way Solenoid
MAC Valves 314, 3-Way Solenoid
Use a 2.5mm Allen key or 3mm
square bit to remove the cap
from the solenoid by rotating
Use a blunt instrument to open
the valve by pushing on the piston in the center hole as shown
below. This will open the valve
Replace the brass end cap
using the 2.5mm Allen key or
3mm square bit.
While holding the valve open
use compressed air to remove
the debris from the valve. It
is important to not scratch
the seal. The debris will usually
be found just behind the front
O-ring as indicated in the image.
Finally, reinstall the solenoid in
your engine and hand-tighten it.
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