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Magnum 34 degree framing air nailer

Gasket blew between item 24 & 25, not listed in parts book. Where do we get this part, or who can repair it?

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One dealer for this product is:JEB SUPPLY CO Customer Service Contact
Contact this seller Phone: 717-729-1056 , Some parts that seal inside nailers are actually vinyl seals called cylinder seals or firing valves that snap on the actual part, these parts must be replaced with like parts, however if you are handy with simple tools you can make a gasket very easily if the part that you are describing is bolted between two flat surfaces. You can make this gasket out of automotive gasket material. Pay attention to the thickness if the old gasket and buy the thickest material that you can find. In most cases gasket material sold at auto parts stores is thin but you can use two or three layers to make your gasket. Do not use cork gasket material. Layer two or three pieces of gasket material cut larger than you need and staple them together around the edges so that they will not shift. Coat the surface of the nailgun with light oil and press the gasket material firmly against metal to imprint pattern. Cut out gasket a little larger than imprint both inside and out and punch holes where necessary. Make sure to punch a small hole for any vents other than bolt holes. Tighten bolts very firmly. Good luck with your project. Please post again if you have more questions.

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