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With magazine out, what happens after cocking, should get a gush of air, if nothing, spring not latching, or seal leaking badly, have you adjusted trigger, to fine with a spring type, will not latch, so no pressure, can you feel anything happening, nothing at all spring latch, can you feel the pressure of the spring when you cook it.
Does it leak out?, pump up?, trigger release anything? What are the symptoms? Anything stuck in the bore? I think Crosman will repair your gun at a fixed price, just get a hold of them and get permission to send it back.
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.