The leak pretty much is the bolt does not get sucked back. I try to pull it back, and it gets sucked forward. When trying to shoot it, it just puffs kinda. I changed the battery, reset the noard to factory settings, and turned my LPR 2 turns in from flush. That should have fixed it, but if it didn't it could be a broken oring on the rammer.
Thank you. I did lower my pressure, but before I read this I went into my gun and replaces a pneumatic hose. Well, it was honestly the worst thing I have ever attempted to do. One of the bango fittings no longer clamps really onto the longer hose. It slides off if you pull even with a little force, making it hard to screw in the banjo fitting. Next thing that happened is the hose I replaces (small hose) was a pain to connect. It went onto the banjo fitting fine, and clicked in and stayed like it was supposed to, but I couldn't get it on well to the other side and it would pull off. This gun is an extreme pain in the ass.
No I haven't actually. Unfortunately, I have to drive 45 minutes in order to get compressed air :/ I ran out of my last bit trying to figure out what what wrong with it. So far, I saw that my operating pressure was just about at 280 psi (maximum) if not a bit over. I turned that down a smidge because apparently it can cause a leak or damage to the solenoid. I have also heard about the pneumatic hosing breaking, and lucking the gun still had a spare parts kit with it so I have the spares in order to fix it if that is the problem (: