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As soon as air hose is connected the firing rod extends, stayes extended, and air continues to come out the vent holes at the top of the gun. this problem started after i replaced all the o-rings and trigger valve assembly.

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Check for a stuck firing valve or pinched o ring in the cap area, usually this is caused by the trigger valve but look in the cap, Did you lube all the o rings before installing??

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