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RN45B secquentail trip will not work; contract trip will work only when slam hard on work. I do not know what to replace. small air leak .Can you help?

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Remove roll pin holding trigger. Examine trigger for wear. A loose/ worn trigger can cause problem that you describe. Also examine the roll pin that holds trigger, if it is worn where trigger rides replace pin. If trigger and roll pin look ok then problem most likely tva6 valve. This valve has a pin that wears out. Order from ebay for under $20.00. If the gun leaks air, remove head and clean orings in the headvalve. Pull cylinder and clean orings to cylinder seal. Remove fine scratches on body of gun where orings contact metal. Use 400 grit paper. Lube all orings with silicone paste (sold at lowes in the plumbing department for faucet orings). To remove tva6 valve remove two pins in body of gun and apply air pressure to pop out valve. Use glove when you catch tva6. Use caution because the valve can come out with force (lower pressure ). Good luck

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