Alright, the problem with it is that the new cupseal/valve pin (it's all 1 piece) won't seal against the valve, for some unknown reason. I've checked the valve's sealing surface, it's fine, no scratches. When I put the gun back together, looking down in rear of it with no bolt in it, you can notice the valve pin looks twisted and not oriented right. I'm thinking ok, so, maybe some air and a couple cycles will fix that. Air on - it starts gushing everywhere it can go, freezing my balls off (i'm in boxers right now).
Gee, that didn't work. Next I put a piece of tubing on the end of the valve stem, just cause the entire stick (i'll refer to it as a stick because it looks like something I'd find laying in my yard) sucks and wanted to see if that would keep it from wobbling and let the damn thing seal. No, same results as above.
To prevent my balls being test subjects for Cryogenics, help me so I don't mess up again. Usually I can do this stuff pretty easily, but with a new stick and a non-damaged valve, I see no reason why the thing would *not* seal.
If possible, can someone please take pics of their entire valve assembly (stick/valve stem/cupseal, valve body, spring)
That would probably b e helpful...
Originally Posted by P8nt Balla89
"it seems like there is an excess of milling that would make it heavier"
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