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No experience of Mastercraft brad nailers but if fires with out depressing nose tool is dangerous and should be returned to manufacturer. Dewalt make battery powered brad guns and recently produced a battery framing nailer. I would not say that other nail guns are exactly cheap if they are beware they may not be up to the pressures excerted on the whilst firing.
Try taking it apart and cleaning it. If that doesn't work, it doesn't sound like a DIY fix kind of problem...I'd send it in to a service center. Here's an article with videos about how to clean your Paslode finish nailer. If cleaning doesn't work, these guys are also a Paslode repair center.
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take the back cap off of the nailer. There is another loose cap in that head, most times that gets stuck. Believe me, I was raised by a carpenter that had nail guns before anybody else did. Also, sometimes that plunger gets bent, just straighten it out. Check for blown o rings. If it is old, take the trigger assembly out and clean it out. Be sure to oil everything well before you put together. We use marvel mystery oil, or nail gun oil.
The dial on the top of the gun is most likely the depth adjustment for the nails, this should solve the driver damaging the work piece. Make sure the nails are the correct guage for the nailer you have.