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CalledFollower
01-21-2017, 03:21 PM
I'm looking for A manual or schematics, or any information available for this tank reg. I've got one that is leaking and I need to figure out why.

Dover
01-22-2017, 02:26 PM
When those came out i thought they were great looking air systems; the reg had two gauges and was very small.

I did a little Google research and there really isn't much in the way of manuals or diagrams unfortunately :(

Just a couple of articles, one that mentions the WGP system being leaky: http://www.elitepaintballguns.com/air-systems/worr-game-products-worr-gas-air-systems/

I also wondered why the Smart Parts Micro Max Flo systems were not more popular, being dovetail, on/off ability and very small

rawbutter
01-22-2017, 07:26 PM
I'm looking for A manual or schematics, or any information available for this tank reg. I've got one that is leaking and I need to figure out why.

It's probably just dirty, or it needs to o-rings. Drain the tank, disassemble the reg, and pull everything out (paying close attention to how it goes back in). Clean the inside and replace all the o-rings you can. (You local hardware store probably has some that will work.) That will probably fix it.

CalledFollower
02-09-2017, 12:46 PM
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This is the regulator, it's leaking from the gray circle in the dovetail area. I'm not sure what this is for. Any ideas?

Dover
02-09-2017, 02:08 PM
it almost looks like epoxy over a set screw eh ... :confused:

CalledFollower
02-09-2017, 03:20 PM
That's kinda what I thought, but it also looks really nice to be a good job. I'm kinda afraid to try and dig it out and ruin something.

rawbutter
02-09-2017, 07:34 PM
It might be a set screw that holds something inside in the right place, and if there's a bad o-ring inside, it could leak out that way. I've had similar things happen with normal regs. So yeah, it needs to be rebuilt.

Taking it apart shouldn't be hard. Just start unscrewing things, and pay close attention to how everything goes back in. Be patient. Take your time. Most everything is probably locktited, and you don't want to strip the set screws.

Or send it to someone who knows what they're doing.

CalledFollower
02-10-2017, 09:06 AM
I've had it apart. Everything internally looks good, cleaned and greased everything. Haven't had a chance to air it back up, but it still bothers me that I don't know what that gray plug is for or if it's supposed to be there. It is hard material, not something I can just pop out.

My problem is I can't find any information on these regs, or anyone that knows 100% what's what about them.
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Laku
02-10-2017, 09:19 AM
I've had it apart. Everything internally looks good, cleaned and greased everything. Haven't had a chance to air it back up, but it still bothers me that I don't know what that gray plug is for or if it's supposed to be there. It is hard material, not something I can just pop out.

My problem is I can't find any information on these regs, or anyone that knows 100% what's what about them.
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Are you referring to the item that is second from the right in your picture? That looks like filter to keep particles out of the air stream.

rawbutter
02-10-2017, 09:48 AM
No, he's referring to the gray dot on the top of the reg to the right, on the dovetail.

Any chance it's some kind of burst disk? I don't see any disks on the reg....which is odd. Maybe they built some kind of proprietary thing.

I don't know...this is an Automag forum. You might have better luck posting on customcockers.com.