|Acidpaintball ||07-28-2012 07:37 PM |
Cobra Coil repair help!
I have a few of these cobra coils and I figured out how to fix the quick DC, but I have not figured out how to take apart the area where the tank screws into.
I have contacted Guerrilla air a few times with no reply and found no information on this.
Anyone ever done this? It seems like it would be simple, but apparently I am just too re tarded. :rolleyes:
|Acidpaintball ||07-30-2012 08:46 PM |
I have been told by 3 paintball shops that it would be easier and better if I replaced the asa's on each coil.
|justme- ||07-30-2012 10:29 PM |
Have not done this in a long time, or on that one but post a pic of the affected area and let's see what we can come up with. I have disassembled a ufa and repaired numerous pneumatic lines for machinery and medical devices.
|uv_halo ||07-31-2012 03:02 PM |
I've got one, and I've not disassembled it's ASA (I can't see it til later today) but, more often then not, there is a grub/set screw holding the knob onto the stem. Remove that screw, then screw the stem clockwise so that it goes through the ASA. You'll likely find an o-ring that needs replacing.
Unfortunately, most remote line manufacturers are providing ASA's that are nearly effectively non-servicable (sometimes loctiting the knobs onto the stem, using odd stem o-ring sizes, etc).
|justme- ||08-01-2012 04:36 AM |
The universals I have worked with the screw backs out as it should then the plunger pushes out from the screw side to the asa side. gotta change an oring in mine actually.
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