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    Posted: 25 January 2005 at 8:51pm
I have a 98C and i put the tank on and the air is leaking from the inside the gun whats the prob
Tippmann 98C RT, Double Trigger, 20oz, expansion chamber
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Did you cock the marker before gassing it up?

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try cocking it first. that way, the valve is closed and air cant leak out. if its not that, there may be a leak where your vertical adpter is. if so, unscrew it, wrap some teflon tape on the threads, and screw it back on. also, drop some oil into your ASA (the thing you screw your tank into). that way, your valve can move better, and nothing will get stuck and leak.
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Originally posted by triggerhappy1 triggerhappy1 wrote:

try cocking it first. that way, the valve is closed and air cant leak out. if its not that, there may be a leak where your vertical adpter is. if so, unscrew it, wrap some teflon tape on the threads, and screw it back on. also, drop some oil into your ASA (the thing you screw your tank into). that way, your valve can move better, and nothing will get stuck and leak.

If that doesnt work^^^.  Look at the posts.  A bunch of people are having similar probs. Maybe you could find the answer there.

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