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Old 03-19-2010, 10:25 PM #1
team freeballerz
Join Date: Mar 2010
maintienence problems w/ the blitz

ok, about 2 months ago i got the azodin blitz after days of staying up all night doing research and when i got it in, i took it 2 the field and set it up and i was extremely happy w/ it
now that i have played w/it a few times, it is leaking air,i no this is gonna sound extremly weird, from the part where u adjust the trigger
yea i no its crazy so im gonna repeat it, its leaking from the part where u adjust the trigger and i was wondering what i could do 2 fix it, whats wrong w/ it, and y is it doing this
i really need help, i cant get in contact w/ azodin tech support so im count on the pple on pb nation and i cant really drive 2 to my feild 2 get it fixed bc im only 14 and dont have my learners permit yet so please help me

Last edited by team freeballerz : 03-19-2010 at 10:39 PM. Reason: it is a slow and constant leak
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Old 03-20-2010, 11:47 PM #2
*****es be Trippin!
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Ok yes this is strange, how does the sear look? But since this is a very unusual problem I would contact azodin bc not many ppl could help you ... There phone number is 626-350-7000
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Old 04-12-2010, 08:19 PM #3
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the sear lookks perfectly fine, but i went ahead and relubed everything and replaced the piston o-ring in the reg. but its still leaking, i can go an entire day of play but its just the thought of the leak that bothers me
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Old 04-13-2010, 03:00 PM #4
Join Date: Apr 2010
It sounds like the o-rings on the valve or the cup seal may be leaking... giving the impression its coming from near the trigger. You'll need to strip all the internals out the marker, then remove the grip frame and loosen the valve retaining screw. Use a wooden or plastic rod to carefully push the valve out the front of the marker. Replace and lube the 2 o-rings on it, and carefully push it back into the body. If it still leaks, then replace the cup seal.

If you a little unsure of how to do the above, maybe ask someone at your local field or store to help. Its a pretty easy fix.
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