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Air hose problems

The air hose came unattached from the chamber. i placed it back and now when the co2 container is attached it makes the sound of air escaping what is the problem and how do i fix it?

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You've either stretched the hose at the end, it has a tear, or it burst earlier. If you have any spare length you can trim the end and reattach it.

Likely though it's just barely long enough so you just need to pick up another one from your local paintball store or airsmith and pop that ****** on and you're back in business!

Good luck!

Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

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See Fig's. 1 & 2
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See Fig. 3
5.
Installation of CO2 Cylinder: Install your " fully charged"
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ALWAYS EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN
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Attach the CO2 Regulator to
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(use pliers to snap the clamp tight to assure that there are
no leaks)
See Fig. 5
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5


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See Fig's. 1 & 2
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of the rail first)
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Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
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