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Old 08-12-2012, 07:07 PM #1
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Need to Depressurize Shocker?

Ok folks, could use some help.

I took my marker to the field today cause I was picking up my Karnivor from repair. I decided to take out my Nasty Shocker and tune it in to the correct velocity and what not.

Well the marker does not want to fire at all. Not with eyes on/off, but when the board is on it recognizes me pulling the trigger, however I don't believe the solenoid is clicking. To my knowledge I did not damage it or anything when I was working on it.

I cut the macro line and it let a little pressure out, but I need to fully depressurize the shocker so I can take it back apart again.

Help me out here!
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:32 PM #2
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Try a new battery first.
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Old 08-13-2012, 12:38 AM #3
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^^^ dont rush into doing somthing like that the manifold screws have very fine threads and can strip easy. What you can do if you have a parker noid is it has a button under the upper board to manually cycle the bolt. On the upper board right bellow the wire harness plug is a hole stick a small allen through press it and it will shoot. Repeat untill its fully depressurized. You cant do this with a humphrey noid.

Otherwise you could try unscrewing the regulator from the VA those big threads would be difficult to mess up under the pressure.
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Old 08-13-2012, 01:32 PM #4
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^^^ dont rush into doing somthing like that the manifold screws have very fine threads and can strip easy. What you can do if you have a parker noid is it has a button under the upper board to manually cycle the bolt. On the upper board right bellow the wire harness plug is a hole stick a small allen through press it and it will shoot. Repeat untill its fully depressurized. You cant do this with a humphrey noid.

Otherwise you could try unscrewing the regulator from the VA those big threads would be difficult to mess up under the pressure.
Thanks Jim. What I ended up doing is after I cut the macro line to let some air out I backed the velocity out and let it sit for a while, then I slowly unscrewed the regulator and let the rest out.

Rhino it was the battery, thanks for the suggestion! Works fine, the 9volt I put in must of been weak, when I got home and after I had depressurized it put a new one in and good to go.
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