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    Please help with my "Titan"...Of a problem.

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    Kwaneazy

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    Join date : 2010-03-03
    Location : Melbourne

    Please help with my "Titan"...Of a problem.

    Post  Kwaneazy on Tue Apr 13, 2010 7:27 am

    Hi Guys,

    Sorry for the lame topic name.

    Basically I've recently purchased a Titan and it won't fire properly if I pump it more than 9-10 times. When I first got it it could take 20 pumps before firing perfectly, but now, it simply won't let all of the air out at higher pressures.

    I've done some digging around inside and discovered the problem comes down to the air tank and the pulling pin.

    I've noticed that when I pump it more than 9 times, the pulling pin requires more pull to release all of the air. Otherwise, when I pull the trigger it only let's out a little "pop" of air when I pump it more than 9 times.

    I figure this must be something to do with the tank, as at the higher pressures, it's requiring more pull length on the pulling pin.

    So my question to my fellow nerfers is -

    1. Have any of you ever experienced this problem, and if so, did you find a solution?
    2. Has anyone ever opened a Titan tank and successfully put it back together.

    I'm currently not game enough to try open the tank without a write up of it somewhere.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Kwan
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    Hamish

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    Join date : 2009-10-08
    Age : 20
    Location : Adelaide

    Re: Please help with my "Titan"...Of a problem.

    Post  Hamish on Tue Apr 13, 2010 7:48 am

    Don't open the tank! Especially on a titan because when you glue/ epoxy it back together it wont be able to handle the pressure and probably will explode.

    Try pulling the trigger as quickly/hard as you can I have never had a Titan so my help ends there.


    -Hamish

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