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The valve o ring (large) keeps falling out of its place

The large o ring (part 02-72) keeps falling out of its place in the valve. I have replaced the o-ring only to have the samel problem happen again. Any suggestions to prevent this from happening as this is a gun i bought brand new online and have only used it for about a year.

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Whether this is a new or old problem, I'd make sure you have the right o-ring for that location. One actually from the Tippmann kit. If you have that (which it sounds like you do), that is definitely an odd problem. Can you swap that out with someone else that has an A-5? If not check out the local field or airsmith and see if they have one. I haven't come across a valve having that problem but if it's a defect then Tippmann may replace it free, or you may have to replace it either way. Again, a Tippmann certified airsmith can swap it out under warranty possibly if that's the case, or a quick turnaround for a price otherwise.

Good luck!

Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

8^)

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