that holds the valve closed. Look at the top of the trigger where it engages the round part, is there a U shaped groove worn in the top of the trigger? If not you only need one spring, if there is a groove worn it, you need a new trigger. Also completely disassemble and clean the trigger parts, the parts can be very gummy sometimes and prevent the trigger from engaging. hth.
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