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Pvlacrosse14 05-12-2014 08:20 AM

G6R Lpr Issue
 
Hi guys,
So yesterday in the mail I received a new lpr black housing piece which holds the shreader and the piston (not to be confused with the exterior housing). This piece was the 2012 version, and I have a 2011 g6r, but I was told they were interchangeable. So I put in my shreader, my piston, closed up the lpr, and put orings on the exterior, where it need the 3 orings. Turns out the piston is stuck. It will not budge no matter what I do. It is like as if I superglued it to the black housing, although it was perfectly clean and brand new. So now my gun won't shoot, I can't get the piston out, and even when I air it up, it stays at zero and then shoots up to 150+ psi. I don't know what to do, and I contacting BLAST asking for these new parts since i have a tournament on saturday and this is my only marker. Let me know if you guys have any ideas.
Thanks, Josh

p8ntballr68059 05-12-2014 09:39 AM

oring the right size? did you put in in backwards so it isn't catching allowing the air to pass? over lube? proper order?

Pvlacrosse14 05-12-2014 10:51 AM

starting from front to back it is coin--> spring--> piston--> shreader. The piston is showing the flat side with the raised circle. I put dow 55 on the piston oring. Oring is brand new from my oringmonkey rebuild kit.

Pvlacrosse14 05-18-2014 12:49 PM

Anyone? I don't know what to do?

No Have MSG 05-19-2014 09:28 AM

I can look at mine when I get home. I never have my LPR open enough to remember how it goes. I thought you should be able to remove the LPR adjustment screw and push on the coin from the front if you can't get the piston out.

p8ntballr68059 05-23-2014 11:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by No Have MSG (Post 2960687)
I can look at mine when I get home. I never have my LPR open enough to remember how it goes. I thought you should be able to remove the LPR adjustment screw and push on the coin from the front if you can't get the piston out.

can't do that if you apply too much force you will damage the shrader valve.
that looks to be the right order
http://i494.photobucket.com/albums/r...l/IMG_1174.jpg

p8ntballr68059 07-21-2014 08:48 AM

did this get fixed. if not pm me


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