Question about Dewalt DC616KA 18 - Volt 16 - gauge Straight Finish Nailer Kit
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Okay you could have a couple problems there are power bands that retract the driver. They are under the front cover. Also the is a part called a profile and driver that actually drives the driver and pushing the nail into the wood. I had one that seemed to work OK but wouldn't drive completely as you describe and I had to replace the profile and driver. If you are uncomfortable with this type of repair I would suggest taking it to a DeWalt store and having them fix it. They have a max repair rate and will replace everything that is wrong including batterys if need be for one price. But before you attempt any repairs I would go to the DeWalt website and get a copy of the breakdown first. Good luck and let me know.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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