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Old 07-11-2012, 01:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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p68sc leak

Hello i am new to the forum and i hope yall can help me with a little problem. I recently aquired a sheridan p68sc and when i tested the marker with the seller it performed flawlessly. However, when i went to play last weekend, after attempting to adjust the velocity the marker began to leak from the trigger frame area. What happens is this: i insert the 12 gram, pump the marker, pull the trigger, and a leak pops between the barrel and trigger frame. Im totally lost as to what this could be. Thoughts?
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Old 07-11-2012, 03:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You may not have tightened the plug enough. If you give it a few degrees extra on the turn, it should seal up. Otherwise it's likely the co2 face seal.
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You may not have tightened the plug enough. If you give it a few degrees extra on the turn, it should seal up. Otherwise it's likely the co2 face seal.
I tightened the plug as much as i could, and the leak continued. Im totally new to owning a sheridan, so how would i go about finding/changing the face seal?
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Is the gun labeled "P-Series" or "PA Series" ?
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Is the gun labeled "P-Series" or "PA Series" ?
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It's probably the face seal. You'll need a valve tool to remove the valve and then replacement seals.
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and to answer your next question... Look at MaD's sig, he sells the seal. Contact Titus for the valve tool.

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Alright. Thanks guys
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and if you need to get the valve tool, contact Titus on here. He has the best price on valve tools shipped to your door.
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