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My SP1 paintball gun is leaking out of the regulator, It's a little above where the snap ring is and below the front grip. The part that sort of swivels around if you unscrew the ASA.Sorry about the wrong product but I couldn't find the SP1

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Most likely you have a small piece of debrie in the regulator. You may need a new set of orings also. They last more than 5-10 games. please. Dow 33 on the bolt every month.
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Check your O rings, they degrade over time and only really last maybe 5-10 games. You should lube your orings after every play and replace when needed. Kits are available to take with you.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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When i screw my tank on the CO2 goes right through the gun and out the barrel


**** it and that should stop.

If that persists make sure you have cleaned the marker and used a good paintball oil to lubricate the internals.

At the next level you could have a o-ring that's old, brittle, broken and now is leaking by. Your local airsmith should be able to provide the necessary part(s) or fix it in short order for you.

Good luck!

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Co2 leaks from Tippmann 98 custom barrel all of the time.


If you **** it you may find that that stops. Or **** it and then screw in your tank. Make sure you have plenty of air in the tank too, low pressure can sometimes not engage the valve enough to close.

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It's possible it could be an o-ring, but I'd try the above first. If it's been a while since you've had any o-rings replaced it might be a good time for a tuneup. Get a kit and change 'em all and you know everything is good to go rather than waiting for something to fail.. and if one fails it's probably only a matter of time before another one gives.

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Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

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I have a semi auto alpha black. When im firing on semi auto sometime the gun switches quickly to fully auto and releases lots of CO2 without really shooting any paintballs


Does this only happen when you're low on air? Also, make sure you're using a good paintball oil for lubrication and make sure the marker is clean. It's possible for an o-ring to leak, or once it gets cold to leak, so make sure you use the proper o-ring for the proper location (lots of them look alike so keep them labeled and bagged separately).

Good luck!

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I **** the marker. screw in hpa. so far so good. no leaks. fire it a few time and there is a leak coming from inside. i can hear air from barrel and the oval cocking handle hole. i have taken apart the...


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Tippmanns are known for their reliability and are very simple markers making them very easy to repair. you need oil from a local paintball shop or regular sewing machine oil will do.

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