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Is dewalt d51823 faming gun prone to trouble? I like it, but brought i new less months ago and have to send it back for second time, same fault, no fire, air just comes out round trigger. should i ask for money back. running brader off same new compresser

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Yes, I have had the same Issue. It is a pain to keep repairing but it would be better to go with a different brand

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