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yardner
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2018-02-10 12:09:26  

A little help / advice please about my AA S510 bleeding/leaking air .
I've had this gun for a few years and it has been great. But went to grab it the other day and noticed that it has stated to loose air slowly.
I fill it to about 200 bar and it will slowly bleed down to about 100 bar and then stop.

IMG 0974

My question is,,,, can someone advise/help me on how to fix/repair this problem??
Is there a seal kit that i can buy to do maintenance this rifle???  I have never done anything really to this gun other than clean it and clean the barrel as needed.
I'm not afraid the do the repairs myself but i would like some advice on how and where i should start.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Mark - Dallas, TX

IMG 0975

My handle is Yardner
I'm a Yardner not a Gardner


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 LDP
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2018-02-10 14:09:50  

Yes there is a seal kit you can buy and I think PA might have them. The S510 is an easy air rifle to take apart and replace the seals. Matt Dubber has a video on his youtube channel that covers the disassembly of the S510. Buy the kit and watch the video on how to take it down. Carefully replace the o-rings and use care during assembly so you dont damage the new o-rings and your S510 should be back to normal. 

 


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yardner
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2018-02-10 16:43:20  

Hey thanks LDP.....
and i have watched some of  Matt Dubber/Airarmshuntingsa videos, they have good info.
but i did not think of PA having the seal kits. they did and i've placed on order.
so wish me luck.  it should be a fun project. and i think your right, the AA S510 should not be too hard to work on.

 

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Limbshaker
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2018-02-10 17:43:22  

Start first at the fill valve. You can remove it fairly easily and check for dirt or a hard/deformed oring. 

 

Out of several PCPs I've had, of different brands, this has been the most common leak point. And also the easiest and cheapest to fix! 

Speed doesn't mean a thing without precision.


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AirgunAl
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2018-02-11 01:23:32  
Posted by: Limbshaker

Start first at the fill valve. You can remove it fairly easily and check for dirt or a hard/deformed oring. 

 

Out of several PCPs I've had, of different brands, this has been the most common leak point. And also the easiest and cheapest to fix! 

I agree with Limbshaker.....

I would examine the fill valve first.

Then hook up your fill hose a few different times, and see if problem persist.

 


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yardner
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2018-02-11 15:33:00  
Posted by: AirgunAl
Posted by: Limbshaker

Start first at the fill valve. You can remove it fairly easily and check for dirt or a hard/deformed oring. 

 

Out of several PCPs I've had, of different brands, this has been the most common leak point. And also the easiest and cheapest to fix! 

I agree with Limbshaker.....

I would examine the fill valve first.

Then hook up your fill hose a few different times, and see if problem persist.

 

OK, thanks for the advise ,

I'll check it out.    Yeah, like i said, its a slow leak, not like its blowing out. you can't hear air blowing out or anything like that. 

 

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