Question about Dewalt D51844 Framing Nailer
The problem that you describe occurs when the headvalve is not contacting and sealing against the cylinder. Mosty likely the gun is suffering from a lack of lubrication from sitting in some hot warehouse. You could try following the instructions in the manual as to lubrication but hold the gun in a position that would allow the oil to fall into the head area. Secondary problem, if the nailgun appears to be well oiled already, it could have swollen orings caused by using too much of the wrong kind of oil. If the orings swell in the headvalve, the headvalve cannot travel freely. ENJOY
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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