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Can I remove the ball check on front side of my gun, I have and seems like it won't push grease

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The short answer is no! The check ball plays an important role in the proper operation of the grease gun. What prompted you to remove the check ball in the first place? If you have grease coming out of the relief valve you have a different problem entirely. If this is the case just let me know and I can guide you through it!

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