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Battery hot, new gas - trigger will not pull

When you engage the tip with the wood - makes all the sounds but the trigger will not pull - was still on first gas cartridge - replaced because thought it was the cartridge

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This may seem silly but gun tip will not engage if right amount of fasners or not installed. Try adding more nails.

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We used to Load Test a Starter Motor by putting it in a Large Vice and connecting a known good battery with solid fat jumper leads.
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I have a paslode model IM250II 16 ga straight finish nailer that I bought used the gun fan and motor runs whin the trigger is pulled but it does not fire when the tip is pressed no pop no puff nothing I...


Fan running when trigger pressed is normal however to make it fire you need to press on the work probe first and the fan should start running, at this point the gas should be injected and pressing the trigger should create the spark to fire the gun, if all works as above but the gun won't fire check the gas, the metering valve on the can should have a yellow ring and when pressing the can nozzle on a hard surface, gas should be released, if not the can either has (a) insufficient gas, (b) the nozzle is not correctly fitted (c) the metering valve is faulty, if the can emits gas the gun will need to be checked for spark and the seals will need checking

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I'm assuming you mean a spade drill bit?

For best results, try clamping a block of hardwood to the back side of the stock before drilling. When the bit approaches the end of the cut, it will be far less likely to blow through with another piece of wood to drill. However, if the stock placed on the back side is softer than the workpiece, or if it is not securely clamped to the workpiece, tear out can still occur.

To use a spade drill bit, mark the center point of the hole to be drilled on the wood, and install the shank of the bit into the drill. Align the point of the pilot tip of the spade drill bit with the mark on the wood, and adjust the angle of the handheld drill so that the shank of the bit is square to the surface of the wood. (Of course, if you're using a drill press, the bit's angle should already be square to the surface of the wood, unless your drill table is not square to the motor).

Depress the trigger of your drill slightly to engage the motor and turn the bit slowly. Hold the drill as still as possible so that the pilot point stays aligned with the mark on the wood. Because pilot tips can often "walk" away from the intended center point of the hole, some woodworkers will pre-drill the pilot hole using a small-diameter twist drill bit that is less likely to walk, and then proceed with the spade drill bit's pilot tip into the pre-drilled pilot hole.

Once the pilot tip is in place and engaged with the wood, increase the speed and proceed to drill the large diameter hole with the spade drill bit. Continue drilling until you reach the opposite side of the wood and the bit pokes out through the completed hole. Slow the speed of the motor, and pull the drill bit out of the completed hole.

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I have a bostitch n62fn finish nailer that wont fire. when i pull the trigger, air comes out of the trigger assymbly. the gun is not jammed, and is receiving correct air pressure.


this may sound stupid but are you pushing it against the wood when pulling the trigger. it has a safety switch on the front so it will not work just by pulling the trigger.

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I hope this doesn't offend you. What I'm suggesting is that you may not be using your nail gun correctly. Some people keep the trigger pulled and bounce the gun onto the wood. This technique works okay, but placement accuracy of the nail suffers. The other technique is to place the gun on the wood and pull the trigger USING TWO HANDS! This is the technique suggested by the manufacturer. The problem with this technique is that if you apply insufficient pressure to the gun (USING ONE HAND) the safety is not engage so you don't shoot a nail. What usually happens - I just witnessed this a couple of weeks ago - is that not enough pressure is applied while pulling the trigger so you push harder and end up bumping the gun which shoots a nail - because you have the trigger pulled, but the nail shot was a surprise so it causes another bump (and is more apt to bounce because you're using just one hand). Because it is a machine and can operate faster than your reflexes - it shoots another nail. This happens before you can lift it off of the wood, or remove your finger from the trigger. That's the reason I keep the trigger pulled and bounce it. I know that after the bounce I've set a nail, and can remove my finger from the trigger. When I need to accurately set a nail I always use two hands, press hard and pull the trigger, and release quickly. Only pull the trigger when you know you're about to set a nail, and are poised above the workpiece.

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Third make sure all of the safeties are working properly and that you have them engaged to the piece of wood you are nailing when you try the trigger.

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