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Ego LV1.6: Frame Leak

If your marker is leaking from the frame. Check the items below in the order shown, moving from one item to the next until the leak is gone.Reference the manual as needed 

- Unless stated, all o-rings are NBR70

Issue:
Adjust LPR Pressure:
  • Using a 1/8 hex key, turn the adjuster screw 1/2 turn counter-clockwise from it’s fully screwed-in position

Rammer Assembly:
  • After removing your bolt, remove the Ram cap then pop out the rammer. Wipe it down & replace the o-rings listed below. Apply a small amount of Eclipse gun oil to each of the o-rings before reinstalling.

    • Rammer Shaft - Front: 010

    • Rammer Shaft - Bumper: 010

    • Rear Shaft - Middle: 011

    • Rammer Shaft - Rear: 010

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LV1.6: Rammer Disassembly
LPR Assembly:
  • Remove the SL4 Inline Reg, then the tuning fork in order to access & disassemble your LPR. Wipe down the components & check the internal LPR body o-ring & the reg seat (located inside the LPR body). Apply a small amount of Eclipse grease to each of the o-rings before reinstalling. LPR o-ring sizes are included below

    • Piston: 013

    • Body (External): 013

    • Body (Internal): 008

    • Adjuster Screw: 007

    • Cap: 013

  • LPR Default Setting: Using a 1/8 hex key, turn the adjuster screw 1/2 turn counter-clockwise from it’s fully screwed-in position

Valve Assembly:
  • With your LPR removed pop out the valve assembly & inspect the Valve Guide & Exhaust Valve Plug o-rings for physical damage. Apply a small amount of Eclipse grease to the o-rings. Incorrectly reassembling can also cause an issue.

    • Valve Guide: 013

    • Valve Plug: 017

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LV1.6: LPR & Valve Disassembly
Solenoid:
  • Accessing the Solenoid:

    • Start by removing the SL4 Inline Reg, tuning fork, Valve & LPR. Reference the maintenance section for details

    • Next, remove the grip screws & grips

    • Carefully unplug the connectors for the breech sensor (4 wire) & the solenoid (2 wire) from the circuit board.

    • Remove the two frame screws then slowly separate the grip frame from the body to access the solenoid

    • With the solenoid exposed, remove the two mounting screws using a small Philips screwdriver

  • Solenoid Inlet Barb & Hose:

    • Check the low pressure hose & hose to manifold connector (barb) to confirm they're seated firmly and not damaged. Replace if needed

  • Solenoid Gaskets: There are two solenoid gaskets (solenoid manifold & manifold body) that need to be inspected

    • With the solenoid removed, inspect the solenoid manifold gasket (between the solenoid & solenoid plate), wipe it down, check it for damage & replace if needed. Apply a small amount of Eclipse grease before reinstalling & ensure it lays flat

    • Next, using a 5/64 hex key, remove the 3 screws holding the solenoid plate to the body

    • Remove & inspect the manifold body gasket, wipe it down, check it for damage & replace if needed. Apply a small amount of Eclipse grease before reinstalling & ensure it lays flat

    • Be sure to clean the manifold area & ensure it's free of dirt & debris then reassemble your marker.

  • Solenoid Valve:

    • If after reassembling you still have the same issue, try replacing your solenoid

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LV1.6: Solenoid
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