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Old 11-16-2013, 12:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Tipx remote w/proconnect III leaks

I just got a new tipx today. And a pro connect 3 adapter to use with my gorilla remote.
And it leaks when I try to use just a co2. Or if I disconnect it with air pressure.
Its coming from the pro connect. Not from the threads. But the actual air supply hole.
I used the check valve that came with the remote adapter.

Is the air adapter supposed to be greased to help seal it?
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Old 02-15-2014, 12:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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pro-3

once you put on the pro-connect you can not go back to using 12 gram. this set up is only for remote line. When you disconnect the line the air inside the marker get release out, its normal. Use the other adapter if you want to use 12 gram and you can switch to remote line if you want.
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Did you buy the TPX adapter or just the normal pro connect 3, there is one specifically for the TiPX now. SO you can use the 12 grams.

http://www.hustlepaintball.com/Psiwo...-Male-End-PC3X
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Thanks but I got it figured out..rather. I had a bad regulator and sent it in to tippmann and they replaced/repaired/ assembled everything how it should be.
Everything works great and yes I have the check valve in there so I can use just twelvies if I wish
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