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hiya lads/ladies

i have recently purchased a daystate lr90 and am attempting to fill it using a pump but when it gets to about 150 bar i can hear the air leaking out of the back of teh gun where the screw is can anyone please give me a run through of what the screw is used for as if i tighten it right up then it does not cock? should it be left screwed right out or screwed in for filling and then screwed out and if so how far etc??

help much appreciated fellas :)

daz

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I'm assuming you didn't get the manual with it?

 

Daystate support is always really good either by e-mail or phone. You should be able to download a manual for your rifle from the website (www.daystate.com).

 

HTH

 

 

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Hi there,

 

Aparently this gentleman will be able to help you out

 

tony@daystate.com

 

I don't know how old this info is, but apparently they have an email filter that requres you to verify your mail.

So you send it, it sends you a mail and you confirm the mail originally came from you (or something like that)

 

You could also register here

 

http://www.daystateowners.com/

 

Sure someone there will be able to help you out :yes::thumbs:

 

Phantom

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mate give tony or angie a ring at the factory and they will gladly help you out 01782 791755 and it sounds like the o-ring seal has a small nick in it

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after further inspection it seems the leak is coming out of where the bolt is that you use to cock it on the side of the gun :(

i have poted o the owners club and am hoping for a reply :)

will let u knwo fellas

daz

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hmmm after posting on the daystate owners forums and on here but having absolutly no success at all beggining to think i should have left daystate well alone :(

 

hi daz If all else fails try this guy. www.scr-airguns.co.uk

 

This guy used to work for Daystate.

Good Luck.

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