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Old 12-23-2012, 12:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone / dukie

Where can I buy the valve seal? The white piece that is super glued to the front face of the valve? Mine is damage and now everything leak directly out the front of the barrel.

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Here is what it look like right now.

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Hi everyone / dukie

Where can I buy the valve seal? The white piece that is super glued to the front face of the valve? Mine is damage and now everything leak directly out the front of the barrel.

Thanks

Here is what it look like right now.

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Dammit.

Ill send you a new valve cap with one installed.

Its a urethane #12 oring.
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Just for future reference I can buy one and super glue it in right?
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Just for future reference I can buy one and super glue it in right?
You should be able to.. LOL I had to on the BDH DRV.
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Just for future reference I can buy one and super glue it in right?
Yeah. loctite instant adhesive gel. the blue and silver bottle.

Just out of curiosity, what were you doing before it let go? i take it the seal blew out of place?
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I was firing at a trash can at earon shop. After 12 shots or so it let out a "swoosh". I figure that it was running low on air, but after I put in the 12 gram it's discharge the entire thing out the barrel.

When I pulled the valve out it looked like the white ring was swished on one side and was hammered against the face of the brass valve.
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I was firing at a trash can at earon shop. After 12 shots or so it let out a "swoosh". I figure that it was running low on air, but after I put in the 12 gram it's discharge the entire thing out the barrel.

When I pulled the valve out it looked like the white ring was swished on one side and was hammered against the face of the brass valve.
Ok nothing wierd then. just wanted to check.

I'll get a spare out to you next week. i knew i forgot something when i packed it.

You can use the buna spare in the parts kit temporarily but it wont last very long. especially if you leave it charged up. the expansion caused by co2 absorbtion in the buna will expand it completely out of the ring groove.
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