Originally Posted by dragonfire665
Update - i think this gun is damage. And i am pretty upset.
I re-clean it real good. Relube eveything needed, carefully. Worked with the regulator to make sue it wasnt completely off. I started to press on the trigger. I would hear clicks and after awhile puff.
After 5 more times pulling the trigger it shot once. Tried to do it again and it just wont. Instead air started to come out just above the trigger. Closed the regulator, it stopped. Reopened it and air is now coming from where the cable attach to regulator and the bleeding hole and a lot
Im just pretty upset at this point. I am giving up.
Don't give up just yet. A couple of things to keep in mind.....the sealing function of o-rings only work within a certian pressure range - too high and the o-ring blows out/breaks/etc. - too low and it may not seat correctly to seal. Just keep this in mind when working on your regulator. Sometimes giving it a little more air pressure "fixes" it. Just don't give it too much. You should only be turning that adjustment screw in 1/4 turns to start then 1/8 to 1/16 of a turn from there. It doesn't take much adjusting to make a big change in air pressure.
As for the leak fron the hole in the reg. That could be just a lube issue or, again, not enough air pressure. At this point, I would suggest since you got the marker used on here that you do a complete teardown, clean, lube, and reassemble. While doing so, this will do a couple of things - you will get more familiar with your marker and how to work on it and you can also see how things go together and work internally. It does seem like that all it needs is a little TLC. It is unlikely that the marker itself is damaged. Typically for leaks it is just an o-ring that needs to be cleaned, relubed, and/or replaced. Once you are able to get the leaks figured out, the bolt not moving may be "fixed" in the process or it will be much easier to fix cuz you aren't dealing with multiple issues at the same time. Gotta fix those leaks first. Although I am in California, I could take a look at it, fix as needed, and get it all tuned up for you, however, I honestly think it is better for you in the long run if you are able to do it yourself.