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Senco finish nailer, drive pin doesn't retract

Just shoot drive pin down and it stays down, next pull is a dud and it goes
back down not taking nails with it .

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  • be_newland Dec 17, 2008

    senco finish nailer doesn't retract, drive pin stays down in nose

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    Jeff Petree Aug 29, 2012

    If the piston is not seized its usually the trigger assembly the trigger valve switches to both engage and retract the piston

  •  Jeff Petree
    Jeff Petree Aug 29, 2012

    find your models manual and look for troubleshooting section- it usually tells you this

  •  Jeff Petree
    Jeff Petree Aug 29, 2012

    SYMPTOM Air leak near bottom of tool / Poor return. SOLUTION Clean tool / tighten screws or install Parts Kit A.(trigger assembly)

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Check Firing Valve: This is the key part which regulates compressed air in or out of the cylinder sleeve. In oiled tools, the firing valve is a circular piston equipped with o-rings. The no-oil tools feature a unique, inflatable diaphram that serves as the firing valve.

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Replace drive pin (drive pin is bent and this is causing it to stick!
This should fix ya!

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If you buy a reconditioned gun, ask them to hook it to a compressorer, then put a stick through it. If it doesn't jam or feeds properly, then it should be ok.

Clipped head nails, picture bullets in a gun, they are all round heads and need to be stacked so they don't jam the one below as they feed. With clipped heads, they come in sticks, its just so they don't grab the nail behind.

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I have a porter cable roofing nailer model # RN175 that does not advance the nails everytime what causes this?


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Some reasons the driver/piston assembly won't retract fully:
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- cylinder (BA0165) is scored badly
- driver (EA0167) is bent, twisted or warped
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I have a senco sfn30 and it only shoots every second nail in. I had a look and the firing pin only retracts bout half way down???


that is the problem, I would take a look at the piston o ring for wear. Remove all the nails and air. BUMP the tool and see if the driver falls down and if so that would indicate a worn o ring. When replacing use a light film of oil to lubricate.

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That would be the cylinder check seal on the outside of the cylinder sleeve. That sits in the groove with little holes in it. When The driver goes down the air goes out the little holes and forms a vacuum above the driver, pulling the driver blade assembly back up. So if the cylinder seal is bad it won`t work.

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Senco finish nailer, drive pin doesn't retract up to take another nail...


Senco nailers are very reliable however could suffer from several issues that would cause your problem. Here are a few things to check that may solve your problem. Bent driver, worn parts, broken check valve. Main problem with all finish nailers is bent driver blade. Easy to check, remove and examine. The driver should travel length of cylinder without jaming. Driver oring/plastic ring should fit snug into cylinder. Remove cylinder and check the oring neer the bottom of the cylinder. This is a check valve. There are small holes that should be cleaned. If oring is loose or broken just use any oring that fits snuggly. Next, check that lower bumper is not chipped or cracked and that washer under bumper is not too worn or missing. Replace parts as necessary. (www.toolpartsdirect.com)
Enjoy

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