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Thread: HELP!!! my pcp leaks!!!

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    Default HELP!!! my pcp leaks!!!

    2 hours ago, i was charging my CZ200S from 110bar to 180, when it went past 170bar, i heard a hisssss sound and the pressure would slowly drop back to 160-170 before it stopped, I repeated it and hapened twice again. turns out the place where the pressure and the gas tube join is giving out air...... Looking at the shematics, looks likes that the o-ring but I DON'T wanna stripe this gun. Have you guys heard of similar things happening to other cs200? I always fill my pcp slowly, and keep it in good nick and i still looks the way it did out of the box.

    Where, or who should I take it to? HELP!
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    Hennie at Target Specialists can help
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    Protea FT Team '08

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    I beliece there was a fault on some of the CZ 200's .Contact the dealer you got youe weapon from and you may have it repaired at no cost.
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    Not that I think you would listen.
    Your best bet is to leave the thing alone and have it repaired by the professionals. I know of to many guys that tried to fix a rifle, two in the last month stripped it and had to take it to the professionals in the end for proper repair. In one case requiring parts to be replaced and in the other parts were messed up or installed up side down. In both cases, in stead of expensive repairs,an O ring would have solved the problem at no cost.
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    Stopper Give me a ring on 0834545964. All that has happened is that a seal has become brittle and has started to leak. it is normal with the CZ200 rifles.
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    MOT: Thomson Pneumatic Rifles

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    Stopper it would probably be easier to send the cylinder to importer for the "o"ring, I sent a client there a year ago as I did not have the tool & he sorted it out right away (I have made a spanner for the CZ's since when I bought one for my wife).
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    Protea Benchrest (Air) Team '08/'10/'11/'13/'15

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    Any rifle will need a service from time to time.
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    Thanks guys, I am not in town yet but will visit importer soon (hate, going to gun shop, always ended up tryting to buy new toys)
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