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Old 01-06-2009, 12:48 PM #1
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Leaking Solenoid (update w/ video)

Ok, its a shocktech e2d Cocker. I recieved it in a trade recently and when I first aired it up it was leaking. I took most of the gun apart and put back together and it is still leaking from the solenoid. the back part of the solenoid has a small circle with a phillips head indentation on the piece of plastic. I have not taken that part of the solenoid apart yet and that is where it is leaking. I do not know if it is supposed to come apart or not. I cock the gun, air it up with lpr all the way off and the solenoid will click, no leak. Once i turn the lpr up some it leaks from that part on the solenoid I talked about and it will not cycle ( back block move) it is a heavy leak and the more I turn the lpr up the heavier it gets. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-06-2009, 12:52 PM #2
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I would give that a try.

Cleaning and lubing the noid.
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Old 01-06-2009, 03:35 PM #3
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That is something I did do. In pic 8,9, and 10 the piece that is connected to the solenoid wires is the piece that is leaking when attached. If anything do you think a new solenoid will fix the problem or a new lpr?
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Old 01-06-2009, 04:08 PM #4
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That is something I did do. In pic 8,9, and 10 the piece that is connected to the solenoid wires is the piece that is leaking when attached. If anything do you think a new solenoid will fix the problem or a new lpr?
how do u know for sure it's leaking at that part?
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Old 01-06-2009, 04:26 PM #5
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I might even be the rubber o-ring type seals that go inbetween the solenoid parts. One could be damaged or missing id check for that too.
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Old 01-07-2009, 07:38 AM #6
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first check if it's really leaking from there... if it is, uninstall the noid again and take apart all of its pieces (i mean, take every single one of them off of each other)... also take the piston shaft off. Then, let ALL the parts rest for a day, unmounted, so that their seals can rest and maybe return to their original form. if it's leaking because one of them got deformed over time, this will fix the problem, but if you have some seal damaged there, the only thing you can do is replace that seal or buy a new noid. just remember, clean and relube it again before you reinstall everything.
There is one thing you could do before you spend any money... make sure your lpr parts are in the right position, and change the ram shaft o-ring before you do anything with the noid again.
i actually have a noid here for sale, all parts are good except the center casing where the piston goes into. but try the ram first and retry to work on your noid.
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Old 01-07-2009, 01:34 PM #7
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If you cleaned the noid check the ram o-ring, if you air the gun up and hold the bolt back it should stop the leak.
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