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The majority of the time this is caused by damaged or broken o-rings inside the gun. The rebuild kit for the Grip Rite GRTBN200 is part number GRRBK100. Make sure to lubricate the o-rings as you put the gun back together and always put a squirt of pneumatic oil in the gun before using it to keep the o-rings lubricated.

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