Look up the correct model (it depends on when your gun was made) and download the manual. Once you've identified the parts you need, just call or email crosman with your credit card in hand and they'll get you squared away.
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Try raising the pump lever and douse the inside with Barricade or Remington spray oil, then slowly pump it halfway or until you hear the air loss, do this several times or "rinse and repeat" until it keeps it's seal. Another good idea is to do this every couple months, leak or not!