Some BKO owners, around here, have had a problem with their solenoid leaking. Most of the time, they just turn down their LPR and the leak stops, but in return they get a very low velocity or their gun doesnt fire at all.
Most of the time, the solenoid screws come loose and you need to apply blue locktite to the screws and tighten them down.
Its a very simple fix, but some people are nervous about taking their gun apart. DONT BE!
This is a guide to help you guys out...
Standard allen keys
-7/64 Tray Screws
-1/8 Ram Screws
-5/32 ASA Screws
Screw Driver(Bottom Line screws)
I recommend Dow33.
1) Remove your bottomline asa and drop with a screwdriver or the appropriate allen key.
2) Remove HPR.
3) Turn the gun upside down and locate the 4 tray screws. Once located, remove the screws with a 7/64 allen wrench.
Tray Screw Removal
4) Set the screws off to the side and remove the tray. Be careful not to pull out the solenoid wires.
5) Check to see if the solenoid is loose. You can do this by gently trying to wiggle the solenoid.
6) Locate the two small solenoid screws. The two blurry black dots on the solenoid.
7) Using a sharp knife or small screw driver, remove the solenoid screws.
Solenoid Screw Removal
8) Now that the solenoid is removed, mind how the gasket is placed on the solenoid. The holes should be matched up when you reattach the solenoid.
Gasket Lineup (Sorry about blurry pic)
9) Set the solenoid and frame off to the side.
Out of the Way
10) I find that if you apply the drops of locktite into the holes instead of the screws, it works out better. Make sure you are putting the locktite in the screw holes and not the manifold holes.
11) Get a small allen wretch and make sure that you get some locktite down in the holes.
12) Wipe up the extra locktite. You dont want that getting into your ram.
13) Your manifold area should look something like this.
Locktite applied and wiped up
14) Before reattaching the solenoid to the ram, line up the gasket with the solenoid so that the holes are matching up. Then slide the 2 solenoid screws through the solenoid and gasket.
Gasket Lined Up
15) Now, screw the 2 solenoid screws down. Make sure they are tight, but not overly tight.
Reattaching the Solenoid
16) Gently try to wiggle the solenoid. Make sure it isnt loose.
17) Reassemble your gun in the reverse order that you took it apart.
18) Let locktite dry over night.
Hope this helps you guys out.