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My EBN160 Electric brad nail gun jammed. got most of the nail out but a piece stuck in it. loosened screws out to far a nd pieces came apart.Need a picture of the tip of gun on how one piece fits in.

Bought at Canadian Tire Arrow Fastener does not even have it on their web page. Says it can't be found. No manual either. A picture of the tip would be perfect

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