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Air constantly comes from the top (normal escape hole) and it doesn't fire when the tigger is pulled. I have put in a new o-ring kit to no avail.

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  • Larry McAlpin May 13, 2009

    That has been done twice. Still has the same problem..

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You can buy an o-ring kit from part store or hardware store. Just buy the variety pack. also check to see if you have an air adjustment valve. Most of them do.

Posted on May 13, 2009

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield May 13, 2009

    Has this gun worked well before with the compressor you are using? Does the gun's PSI match that of what your compressor puts out?



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