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    Posted: 15 February 2005 at 10:02pm

alright, check this. I got a new power tube for my 98c. The aluminum one. I had a local sporting goods place change out all the internals from the tube. Right now it fires, but every few shots it will just go plain crazy. Ive oiled, and re oiled everything, checked fit, polished, messed around with velocity, nothing helps. Yall got any ideas?

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the thing fires non-stop. untill i either run out of air, or pull back the bolt to stop it.
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Possible causes:
Weak main spring
Front and/or rear bolt o-ring
loose valve screws
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sounds a lot like loose or missing valve screws. try tightening them , but do not overtighten.
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offfff i have no idea?
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 mayb ur sear is getting worn out so it wont catch the back bolt. did you do any spring mods to the sear?

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did u do the ortho band sear mod, if so switch back to the orginal/
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These guys are right on the money, I think. Sounds like valve screw problems.

If that isn't it, I'd give Tippmann Support a call/e-mail. Hold onto the aluminum one, that's special, when they ask you to send in the marker for (free) repairs.

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