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Need help fixing an Epiphany Keeps blowing airlines

#1 User is offline   icehouse 

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Posted 18 July 2009 - 04:49 AM

I picked up an Epiphany in a trade late last year and decided to try and fix it up. Put a new CP ASA on it, bought new internal airlines and went to work. Installed all of the airlines and dryfired it in my garage. Took this with me to DDay this year with intentions of playing some speedball. When we were ready to head to the field, I aired it up and heard a slight hiss. When I pulled the trigger, there was a large air leak coming from within the marker. When I got home, I took it apart again and it appeared to all still be intact. Aired it up again and had the same issue. What could be the problem with it? Is there anyone in the KY area that could fix this for me?

Thanks..First time Epiphany owner...

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Posted 18 July 2009 - 08:23 AM

Go to the Smart PArts Website and download the owners manual:

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EPIPHANY IS LEAKING INTERNALLY.
— Pneumatic hoses may be loose, damaged or not fully connected. Replace hoses with Smart Parts
Epiphany hoses only.
— One or more of the banjo fittings may be loose or have a damaged seal. Inspect and tighten fittings.
Replace if necessary with Smart Parts Ion/Epiphany banjo fittings only.
— Solenoid armature is damaged or overpressurized. Make sure operating pressure is under 280psi. Inspect
solenoid valve and replace armature if necessary.
— Incorrect solenoid valve may be overpressurized. The Epiphany and Epiphany rated Blackheart solenoid
valves can be identified by a red protective wrap with a black Ion logo. Standard Ion/SP-8 (no coil
wrap,) Pre-Epiphany Blackheart (black wrap with red

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Posted 19 January 2010 - 06:26 PM

hey depending on where you play regular at i might be able to at least work on it and help you out with whats wrong with it.
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