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Bsa r10 help!!!!!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jafleming123, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. Jafleming123

    Jafleming123 Posting Addict

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    I have a small leak on my bsa r10 I can't afford to send it away and nor can I wait 5 weeks

    the leak is coming back down the barrel and out if the magazine port, it is only small and is losing 25 bar roughly in an hour

    anyone know how to fix this

    thanks Jonathan :)
     
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    Get I touch with who bought it off...25 bar an hour ain't small neither lol..
     
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    I have, I just want to know how to fix it :)
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    well it will need main seal oring more then lightly, or just change them all
     
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    I'm not expert on the R10, but if the air's coming out of the barrel it must be coming from the transfer port; which means the exhaust valve is leaking..
     
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    how do i go about fixing an exhaust valve and any idea where illl find it on the r10??

    thanks
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    have you looked on you tube?
     
  10. Jafleming123

    Jafleming123 Posting Addict

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    nah i was on youtube last night and there wasnt many videos on the r10, well i couldnt find any

    the link you have me was good for the strip down but he didnt give an explanation on the parts :(
     
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    It's in between the action and the barrel.
     
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    stefan I am the passenger

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    If you have followed the video and it is still leaking then the knock off valve is damaged.
     
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    Looks in good condition mate, how does it get damaged??
     
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    A bit of dirt can get caught in the sealing face of the valve, bed itself in the plastic and/or damage the face. In severe cases the brass body can also get scratched/dented.
     
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    At least the 100 is easier to strip. I won't be taking my r10 to bits and i am not scared to disassemble anything. but to many v small parts to lose for my liking plus mine is fine.
     
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    all sorted now it needed a new knock off valve
     

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