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Repairs Repair Guides - Reference: Piranha Internal Parts .:

By: iSoaker.com, C-A_99, Silence, and WaterWolf

This page lists commonly used terminology for various blaster components on a separate firing chamber-based blaster. While the image here is of a Water Warriors Piranha, many common water blasters share similar parts layouts internally. While not all blasters have all the parts shown and while other blasters may have additional components, the name list together with the diagram should help those newer to water blaster internals identify specific parts and make sense of the various repair guides that make use of these terms.

Commonly Used Names for Parts

Parts as indicated by the numbered yellow lines.

  • 1: cap, reservoir cap
  • 2: reservoir, tank
  • 3: tubing, reservoir output hose, reservoir intake / feed tubing, reservoir to 1st check valve tubing
  • 4: grip, handle, trigger handle, back grip
  • 5: check valve, 1st check valve
  • 6: pump shaft, pump tube
  • 7: pump cap
  • 8: pump rod, pump shaft
  • 9: pump handle, pump grip
  • 10: pressure relief valve
  • 11: pipe, input pipe for pressure chamber, 2nd check valve
  • 12: pressure gauge, electronic pressure-gauge
  • 13: pressure gauge activation switch, pressure gauge button, electronic pressure gauge trigger
  • 14: pressure chamber [case / disk], diaphragm pressure chamber
  • 15: trigger/firing [ball] valve, nozzle valve
  • 16: trigger rod, trigger arm, trigger connector
  • 17: trigger
  • 18: [multiple] nozzle selector
  • 19: nozzle
  • 20: battery compartment

 


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