Disco pump

Disco pump

Joined: January 26th, 2007, 1:21 am

February 18th, 2009, 1:43 am #1

My pump finally crapped out on me after about 6 months. Doesn't develop enough pressure to put air into the gun, but retains enough to push the handle back up on each stroke. When it's not connected to the gun it seems to put out some air but it wheezes so bad I think it has asthma. Any advice for repair, rebuild, or a place to send it for a treatment? Crosman papers that came with the gun says they only cover the pump for 90 days, so I guess that my warranty expired some time ago. Great gun, but I'm more than a bit dissapointed with this pump situation.
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Joined: January 10th, 2005, 4:28 pm

February 18th, 2009, 2:37 am #2

I have not got my hands on the disco pump yet. I just ordered the pump/rifle from Mac1 a few days ago. If its like the bam pump this fix may work.
http://www.network54.com/Forum/113813/t ... king+right-
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Joined: May 24th, 2008, 3:14 am

February 18th, 2009, 2:40 am #3

My pump finally crapped out on me after about 6 months. Doesn't develop enough pressure to put air into the gun, but retains enough to push the handle back up on each stroke. When it's not connected to the gun it seems to put out some air but it wheezes so bad I think it has asthma. Any advice for repair, rebuild, or a place to send it for a treatment? Crosman papers that came with the gun says they only cover the pump for 90 days, so I guess that my warranty expired some time ago. Great gun, but I'm more than a bit dissapointed with this pump situation.
TIA


Older is Better
my 1st pump died on it 3rd fill and could not wait for the pump to be replaced so I got a 80cf tank brand new filled for $200 I paid $49 for the fill adapter and now only use the pump once in a while when I don't want to lug the tank around but thats not very offten!I do not know of anyone who repairs pumps.You should call crosman to see what they say and if that doesn't work try to fix it yourself what do you have to lose! They say the benji pump looks alot like the Hill pupm so take a look at this it might help you out!http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/BSA/Hil ... ctions.pdf
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Joined: May 8th, 2008, 9:11 pm

February 18th, 2009, 6:46 pm #4

My pump finally crapped out on me after about 6 months. Doesn't develop enough pressure to put air into the gun, but retains enough to push the handle back up on each stroke. When it's not connected to the gun it seems to put out some air but it wheezes so bad I think it has asthma. Any advice for repair, rebuild, or a place to send it for a treatment? Crosman papers that came with the gun says they only cover the pump for 90 days, so I guess that my warranty expired some time ago. Great gun, but I'm more than a bit dissapointed with this pump situation.
TIA


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have it since april it has been filling 3 guns for 11 months i hoped for better .if it can be rebuilt i would like a link so i can buy a rebuild kit please. thanks chris
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