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    Posted: 20 August 2005 at 11:32pm
my macroline is leaking at the top and the gun won't fire at all, ive tried replacing it and ive cleaned the valve and all. the line is clean, no breaks and the joints are all tefloned... yet it still leaks! after having already wasted a considerable amount of gas trying to figure this out, i'd aprreciate any advice or tips
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where is it leaking from?

The threads, the hose?
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check all the o-rings, might not have anything to do with it but at least you can say you tried.

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If it seems the macro line itself is leaking, take it out. Make sure it is cut in a perfectly straight line.
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check the threads on the fitting they maybe cracked
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