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brass eagle avenger body valve help

My avenger started leaking co2 out of the barrel .when i put my tank on. so i took the gun apart and saw that the pin that goes inside the body valve was out i place so i pushed it back in. i used force. then the gun was working when i put the co2 back on. then tried it again later and the co2 started leaking out of the barrel again. please help me fix this problem.
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uh yeah it does have something to do with the body valve because the co2 just passes through there and the seal isnt blocking the co2. so when i put the co2 on it just goes through the gun and out the barrel.
dont tell me i dont know what im talking about.
 

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I was using the gun before just fine until a few days ago. i put the co2 tank on and the co2 would gun through the gun and leak out the barrel. so i took the gun apart and saw that the seal was not over the body vavle. i forced the pin back so that the seal was over the body valve. i then put my gun back together and the gun worked. but then when i took the co2 off and put it back on it started leaking out of the barrel again.i opened it and the seal was out of place again. help if you can. Thanks
 

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Please do not come to the BE forum to Flame BE guns. If you do have something to say about BE back it up. If not then please leave quietly. BE makes very good products for the price. And there are groups of people that know simple and cheap modifictaions that will make BE compete with the best.

Try cocking your avenger before screwing in the Co2. Check your valve spring and valve assembly to make sure its not hanging up on something.
 

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Sorry Boss, I was out of line, but I didn't come here and bash it.. I do believe it was in the Forum tech support. However, I was out of line and I will delete my posts.

The problem could lie in a simple O-ring. Avengers ARE known to have leaking problems. Do you have a pro shop in the area?
 

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yes im sure it was the seal. the cup seal would not go into the body valve unless you forced it in. i got my drill out with drill bits and some sand paper. i took a small drill bit and went through the whole that was there and just took off a few shavings. there sanded the cup seal and then the cup seal moved through the body valve just fine. i put my gun back together and everything works good again. it was all because of some build up off something on the inside of the valve and on the cup seal. thanks alot for your guys helping
 

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the problem with the vale body

the problem with your vale body was not he cup seal or a build up of somethign inside of the valve. your problem is that the hammer strikes the valve pin to hard and crushes in the hole in the valve body, it can be fixed by drilling it or filing it down
 

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bouchee2003 oh ok. well the problem is fixed so i dont know where you came in. yes it was a build up of something. cause the pin tip had some black crusty crap on it. only talk if you know what your talking about. the cup seal would not go into the body valve. it was a tight sqeeze. and removeing the crap from the cup seal and body valve fix the problem.
 
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