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Plastic gear broke

The plastic gear inside top of nailer is in peaces,can you tell me where I can find repair specs for the coil framing nailer it is 350 mag by porter cable

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Porter cable parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect.com. I believe that the part you need is also available by itself and in a repair kit from your local dewalt repair center.

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