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    Posted: 09 November 2005 at 7:03pm
Just wondering if anyone here has sent there marker back to Tippmann for repairs and how long it took. I have an outing December 10th and am trying to fix a velocity issue. If I can't fix it by Saturday I plan to start the procedure to have them look at it but want to be sure I'll get it back before December 10th. Anyone have experience with this?

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its usually prety fast once it get to the factory, the most time spent will most likely be shipping time.

They get the and get it done. I sent a e-grip to them it took two days to get to them and then 3 days later i had it back. i live 250 miles from them

what problem are you having?
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Millslane, I think you were advising me with this velocity problem over at PBOG. I am going to give it one more shot this Saturday. I have the red madman spring, I have the DOP RVA, I've got my FVA flush with the powertube, I got some bb's (thanks) , I've replaced the Front and Rear bolt O Rings as well as the Valve O Ring, I inspected the powertube for cracks, I even got a valve for my palmer which by the way shows 800 psi when I put in my CO2 tank so I think I'm good with pressure that reaches the gun. So now if none of these work I'll contact Tippmann. When I first got the gun I could easily get over 300 with my flatline. I've only had the gun since June, but the last time I played where the gun was working was the same day I played in a lot of rain, so I'm pretty sure the water did something. But since that day i've bought everything I mentioned up at the top trying to resolve the problem. I'll be sure to post my results Saturday.
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Have you called them yet?

Really they try to fix it over the phone, but Ive heard it taking a few days to about a week.

Plus it depends if you warrenty is still good.
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I sent my e-grip into them and it took 3 weeks to get it back. I live in michigan
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I sent my gun to Tippmann and it only took three days to get it back. I live in Illinois.
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