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Webley Axsor problems

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by dengiebob, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. dengiebob

    dengiebob Active Member

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    hi all.was wondering if anyone could help me???. I bought a second hand Axsor a few months back its in great condition but when i went to fill it for the first time it started to leak air when i removed the filling probe. So not wanting the hassle i took it to Trobb in Southend to get it fixed he charged me £60 quid to reseal the fill valve well when i went to shoot it a week or two later there was no air left in the gun!. so out came my hills pump and when i removed the probe it leaked again!. Now not wanting to take it all the way back to Southend and have a shouting match with the chap who charged sixty quid to fix it i thought i would do it myself. i have spent a lot of internet time to try and find out what keeps on going wrong but with no results!!!. though i have found out they do suffer from there fare share of problems! what i would like to know is how to fix it for good so i can enjoy it as its shoots fine. Is there anyone out there that can upgrade the fill valve or extra strong 'o'rings any help would be great
     
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    Do you know were it is leaking from? is it coming out of the fill port.It's an easy job to do,empty gun first if it already isn't,take the blanking plug out of the filling port as if you were going to put the probe in.If you look through the hole you will see a screw,this holds the barrel in place,undo it and keep it safe.The barrel will now be unattached from the front of the cylinder.There are three allen headed cap screws that hold the cap it place,remove these,put them safe and the whole of the end cap should come out.It only goes in one way and the screw holes are offset so you can't go wrong.I will try to find you a few pics to explain it better.
    andy.
     
  3. andy draper

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    http://s849.photobucket.com/user/Steve_Miller/library/Logun Axsor stripdown?sort=6&page=1
    Here you go,don't bother about any others it's the last 6 on page three that you need.As you can see when you remove the filler valve remove the brass plug and there is a spring,valve and small o ring on the end of it.Check the face of the valve is not marked or pitted and check for the same on the end cap itself,check small o ring is not ripped or torn,and check the spring is ok and not too weak.You never know the brass plug may be loose so no tension is on the spring.Give it all a good wipe down and if it looks ok rebuild it making sure you tighten the brass plug onto the spring.There is an o ring that fits between the end cap and the cylinder make sure this is ok as well.After you rebuild it and fill it and it doesnt leak,hopefully,stick the end of the cylinder in a bowl of water and check there are no tiny bubbles leaking from round the three cap screws.Last one I did leaked from there and took aged to loose pressure and ages to find as well.Any bits you need you can get from TW Chambers,just google them,and click on airgun spares and find your make and model.
    andy
     
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    Just this minute finished changing all the seals in my .177. What i found when i stripped it was that the previous owner had tried to free off the charging valve using wd 40 and an ice pick . result face and lip of brass valve trashed so no amount of new seals would fix leak . Also pressure chamber 1/3 full of wd40 which had been forced back through the action wrecking all the seals . Sounds bad but don`t worry check out Chambers web site they will supply complete seal kit for less than £20.00 and a new valve complete with seal is only about a tenner. the kit comes with a good diagram and you can do the job with a set of allen keys and basic screw drivers. If you only do valve and front seal about an hour , complete strip clean rebuild about 4 hours.
     
  5. seakingfixer

    seakingfixer Engaging Member

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    Just charged post rebuild now rock solid . As Andy says Chambers are brilliant for parts . Also check youtube for fx2000 strip and rebuild video basically same gun except for magazine . don`t be scared to do it yourself honestly it`s easy just make sure it`s totally empty before you start !!!!! I would also take photo`s of any damaged seals or refill valves e-mail them to the gunshop and request a refund . Alternatively phone him first my experience is airgunners are an honest lot and he may well fix for free. If not you know where to name and shame . Good luck
     
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    I am sure if you take it back Terry will repair it free if it is his fault its leaking.
     

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