Faulty nozzle selectors.

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Post by Drewsky92 » Sun Aug 22, 2004 10:32 pm

On my CPS 2500, water leaks out around the nozzel selector when I shoot. On the 20x, everything works fine, but on the 10x and the 5x, about 50 ml of water leaks out per shot. This is a problem because 50 ml is enough to make a kill in a one hit kill match. I then got a longer screw (from the 4100's pump), and screwed it all the way in. Now about 20 ml leaks out of the nozzel selector, and that is still enough to count as a kill in one hit kill. I know that this also happened to soakologit's 1500. Any segustions (sp?)?

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Post by Iceman » Sun Aug 22, 2004 11:43 pm

Can a mod edit the topic title and original post to make his spelling errors easier to read please?

Either the nozzle isnt screwed on tight, it did not click, or this:: http://www.sscentral.net/tech/repairs/tvr.php




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Post by SSCBen » Mon Aug 23, 2004 4:51 am

http://www.sscentral.net/tech/repairs/otvr.php

There's your problem. It could be something else, but it probably is this.

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Post by Drewsky92 » Mon Aug 23, 2004 6:44 am

Uhh. It's neather of thoese problems. I have found the acual problem. The o-ring is missing. I will try to get a right-sized o-ring for the 2500.

Edit: I fixed the problem. I took the o-ring out of my 4100 and put it in my 2500. It works like new now.




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Post by Soakologist » Mon Aug 23, 2004 7:47 am

Mine's not missing an O-ring and it STILL doesn't work.. hmmm.

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Post by Drewsky92 » Mon Aug 23, 2004 8:14 am

Soakologist, you might want to try a bigger o-ring. My 4100's o-ring is bigger than the 2500's, mabye the same with the 1500. And if it doesn't fit, keep trying to force it in.

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Post by Soakologist » Mon Aug 23, 2004 3:35 pm

Why should a stock O-Ring which worked before all of a sudden stop working? I shouldn't have to get a new O-Ring.
But I will, for the sake of a 1500, I will.

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