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LVL 10 CARRIER

The diameter of the carrier is identified by a series of lines and/or dot, carved into the carrier body.

The diameter determines how snugly the o–ring fits into the carrier.

Refer to the chart for ID to Size relationship.

LVL 10 COMPONENTS

LVL 10 GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Disassemble the marker, and remove the all components from the Power Tube.
  2. Install the delrin backing washer (10) into the power tube. This component prevents the power tube o–ring from being pushed back into the air chamber in the valve.
  3. Lightly oil a power tube o–ring (9) and place it into one of the carriers (8). Take the bolt (3) and push the carrier, o–ring first, onto the end of the bolt shaft. If it is hard to push on, try a larger sized carrier; if it slides on too easily, use a smaller carrier. you want the seal to be snug but provide as little friction as possible. Carrier sizes are used to compensate for inconsistencies in o–ring sizes.
  4. Install a carrier o–ring (7) onto the carrier and lightly lubricate with oil. Slide the carrier, containing the power tube o–ring, into the power tube, o–ring end first.
  5. Install the power tube tip (4), ensuring that it has the power tube tip o–ring (5) is in place. Do not over-tighten the power tube tip!
  6. Install the bolt and spring (1) and reassemble the marker.
  7. Gas the marker up and listen to determine if it is leaking down the power tube. If you hear a leak, push on the front of the bolt using a squeegee. If the leak changes tone try using the next smaller size carrier. When you no longer hear a leak move to the next step.
  8. Disassemble the marker and remove the power tube tip. Install two shims, and make sure they are sitting flat so they don't get bent.
  9. Reassemble and gas up the marker. Fire the marker while lightly pushing on the front of the bolt using a squeegee. You should hear air start to vent out the front of the bolt. If not, add an additional shim. If you add too many shims the marker will constantly leak out the front. If you find that the marker locks up after pinching a ball, add another shim.

ORIGINAL VALVE COMPONENTS

The LVL 10 system replaces the original bolt, which is no longer produced by Airgun Designs. The LVL 10 system is compatible with all AGD markers and should be used to prevent paintball breakage from balls that may get pinched in the breech. DO NOT install an original bolt into the X-mag.