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PH_Phoneix: need a sketch of the trigger assembly

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by darryl, Jul 4, 2014.

  1. darryl

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    I've replaced the old leaking o-rings on the air valve (interesting way it's held in place in the rear action) but now I seem not to recall how the widgets fit back together. I have the drawings from the factory, but none show the whole trigger assembly in any one drawing, nor a see-through view of the assembled unit. I've written to the factory, asking for a specific drawing, receiving the sad reply that no such drawings are available. I'm asking if anyone has a sketch, or a drawing or a link to such that they can share, it will be very much appreciated. I bought this rifle as-is used a few months back from the only U.S dealer. It does not know how to work on this rifle, as told to me by the facility repairman. I've been searching the web without result. I'm left with two choices, the best one being find a diagram.
    thank you,
    darryl
     
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    Anything to do with Phoenix Air Guns - Contact Shobbir @ Paxguns paxguns@btconnect.com

    Aware that He recently had drawing done on All Phoenix guns

    Not aware of any others working on these Gun's -

    BOB/R
     
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    I'd spoken to Shobbir by phone before, and he'd been helpful. He has not responded to my recent email requests. Neither has Hugh. So far as I'm concerned I think I'm on my own with this, which is why I came here to ask for help. I'll sort it out.
    thanks
     
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    Shobbir has be on Maternity Leave - New Daddy - and been off - Most problably on his in pile - Will have words with him Next week when in the Shop ;)

    BOB/R
     
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    Bob, that's mighty generous of you to offer to also speak to Shobbir on my behalf when you visit the shop. Very much appreciated. The date on the drawings I have is November, 2011. Anyway, I sure can use the help.
    thank you again,
    Darryl
     
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    So, Bob,
    No news?
    darryl
     
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    Just spoke to Shobbir on Phone - going to resend drawings and me copy of your emails -

    BOB/R
     
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    Hello Bob,
    Thanks for the assist. But if Shobbir resends the same drawings sent to me bu Hugh, those will not show the trigger orientation. This reply came from someone else at PAX:" Sorry we are not able to help as there are no other diagrams relating to the trigger assembly." I can't help but wonder if there is a design drawing somewhere, but if Shobbir could just supply a sketch of how an assembled trigger looks, or is oriented, that would be helpful. I've been busy with other things in life while the Phoenix sits in bits, but it's been long enough that I need to get it put back together. I recall trying to get info from PAX about an annular ring not shown in drawings. Well, I never heard back about that, and took it upon myself to dig that "annual ring" out from the bottom of the valve seating area. It turned out not to be an annular ring, but a dried 0-ring. I mean dry as in like hard plastic, which is what confused me. I wasn't expecting a dried-hard o-ring.
    Anyway, the adventure continues. Thank you again for the assist.
    Darryl
     
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    From what I can remember theres only two springs 2 sears & the blade in the trigger. I felt the trigger was so basic I didn't bother to take images of it, however I did take images of almost every other part, I don't know what you call "WIDETS" are. Perhaps you can see them in THESE IMAGES? I've not uploaded everthing I'm running out of storage space.
     
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    Yes, I have all the parts. I suppose there's really only one way it will go back together and work properly. I am looking for an assist to help sort out the orientation of some of the parts. Thanks for posting the link to the pictures.
    Ddarryl
     
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    update requested

    Hi Bob,
    I've made a lot of headway in reassembling the Phoenix. I still have one issue, and I can really use your help. It has to do with spring-guide pins. I seem to have one such pin left over and don't know where it goes. It's the only hold-up from complete assembly. The drawings show and name only one spring guide pin. It supports the magazine index mechanism. I've tried to find a home for this remaining pin,and there are only two places I can figure it may go: a) as a spring guide for one of the trigger springs b) as part of the trigger safety (it fits perfectly into the body of the safety through a hole), yet it shows up nowhere on the drawings. Please help me.
    thank you,
    Darryl
     
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    Will try and speak to Shobbir - on wednesday..........

    BOB/R
     
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    Thank you Bob,
    But I need to to tell you that Martin is also looking into it for me as well. Please, another voice can't hurt my cause, so thank you in adance.
    best regards,
    Darryl
     

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