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The Crosman 600 has a slow CO2 Leak
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably not by you, but by the shop, maybe. It sounds like the needle was bent and lost it's seal. Crosman has repair stations, if they don't fix it, they will send you another one. I have sent them guns before and got brand new ones instead of the old piece of junk I sent them for repair. They also bought out Sheridan/ Benjamin line of Air rifles, And they repair all those too. I sent them an ancient rifle, an old Benjamin Franklin,17 cal. bare bones stock and barrel only, they sent me back a total refurbish, welded, painted, new .22 cal.barrel, all new guts, unbelievable. I think the total cost was $35 on that one. They wanted $15 for paint, I told them I didn't want it painted, they said, OK, Get a hold of them. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
SOURCE: Crosman c11 - co2 cartridge
This typically occurs when the o-ring seal near the needle to puncture the container is missin or damaged. Use a flash light and see if you can inspect the canister valve location to cehck the o-ring.
You may need to take the unit apart to check the parts. If you do not feel comfortable doing so then you need to send it for service or have someone that can work on it do so.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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