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Old 08-26-2012, 01:45 PM #1
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Dm6 leak under lpr

So my gun started leaking from the on/off so I got a cp flow plug and installed it; then I removed the solenoid and cleaned it and lubed it after that I cleaned the lpr and bolt and lubed those.

Now the leak is coming from the 4th screw hole under the body where the frame meets, any idea on what it could be?
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Old 08-26-2012, 02:58 PM #2
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Check the lpr again. Sometimes on the reinstall the exterior orings on the lpr can drag on the threads of the back cap and be damaged.

If that doesnt work, remove the frame and gas up the marker. Make sure the leak isn't coming from the solenoid itself. The solenoid gasket can be tough to seat the first time out.
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Old 08-26-2012, 03:19 PM #3
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I aired it up without the frame on and it's leaking from the screw hole, Im trying to locate an oring kit but the paintball store near me doesn't have them. So I'm out of luck
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Dont give up hope kimosabe, here is your oring solution: http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=1008365

And much cheaper.
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Pull the bolt assembly and check the three orings that are all tightly grouped in the middle of the bolt. Replace these with the correct size and that should stop your leak
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Old 08-26-2012, 03:33 PM #6
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Dont give up hope kimosabe, here is your oring solution: http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=1008365

And much cheaper.
Wow thank you so much, I'm going to order a few right now
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Old 08-26-2012, 11:35 PM #7
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i ordered an entire rebuild for $40 + shipping, i have to wait for them to come in now

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http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.p...6#post25531996
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Good. Check back in when you receive the kit and get the chance to replace em
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Good. Check back in when you receive the kit and get the chance to replace em
Just got an email saying that it was shipped this morning and will be arriving at my house tomorrow, so excited right now.
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Just a heads up. I had this same issue after replacing just about every o-ring in my dm. The one that fixed it that I overlooked was the 006 oring in the middle of the LPR.
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Ok I replaced every oring in my lpr even the 006, for some reason it still leaks but now it's coming from what sounds like the solenoid
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Pull the bolt assembly and check the three orings that are all tightly grouped in the middle of the bolt. Replace these with the correct size and that should stop your leak
Did you do this?
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Did you do this?
I only changed the on/off flow plug with a cp continuous and I changed every Oring on the lpr. If I screw in the lpr all the way in it stops but it hisses from the Allen screw under the lpr.

I'll try the bolt orings now and see if it helps
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Old 08-30-2012, 09:50 PM #14
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if its leaking from the lpr set screw, double check the outer lpr orings.
manual says 012, should be 013s.
if its leaking from the grub screw (shouldnt be messed with), you need to put some blue loctite (or teflon tape) on it and let it dry.
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if its leaking from the lpr set screw, double check the outer lpr orings.
manual says 012, should be 013s.
if its leaking from the grub screw (shouldnt be messed with), you need to put some blue loctite (or teflon tape) on it and let it dry.
guess i have to change them
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Old 08-31-2012, 12:41 AM #16
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ok so i changed out the outer rings on the lpr and i also changed out the 3 inner ones in the bolt, it seems 1 of the 015 was a 014 and the 015 was on the bolt tip. After replacing those with some fresh ones and relubing the bolt i managed to get it to cycle but it still leaks and now its coming from the solenoid
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Solenoid could be bad. Or the seal between the solenoid and the body is blown.

Is it coming from the solenoid or from around/beneath the solenoid?
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hard to tell tbh, i ran out of air, right before i ran out i was able to get it to stop if i adjusted my reg
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Okay, thats not all bad- we are making progress. Before you air it up again, carefully remove the solenoid from the body of the gun (careful of the wires) and inspect the seal and air ports on the bottom (read: top) of the solenoid. It might just be a bad gasket, or one that is not set correctly. Report back.
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Okay, thats not all bad- we are making progress. Before you air it up again, carefully remove the solenoid from the body of the gun (careful of the wires) and inspect the seal and air ports on the bottom (read: top) of the solenoid. It might just be a bad gasket, or one that is not set correctly. Report back.
i have already taken it apart and cleaned it and lubed it, i will check if the wires arent pinched
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its highly unlikly for the noid to be bad because it worked and didnt leak prior to the leaking.. check your bolt sail oring, pm'd
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