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Pinch gap adjustment

Does anyone no how to adjust what is known as the pinch gap inside the dewalt nailer

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You are supposed to use a service tool which pulls the motor to a certain tension. I have had this problem in the past and have had to replace the blade carier to solve the problem. The part is around 60.00 I think now. it loses it's friction where it meets the drive wheel, as a result it is not thrown downn onto the brad with as much force.

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Hi,

You can go to this webpage and download the owner's manual which gives instructions: http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail?productNumber=DC608K
You can also download a parts diagram and order parts here.

I looked through the manual and found that DeWalt's Brad Nailer does not require tools to remove jammed nails from the nose piece. I believe this is the problem with your nailer, unless it's empty. Some of these nailers will not fire if there's less than 6 nails in them.
Another feature on this nailer is the trip lock. It is a safety feature that prevents accidental firing. Any time you adjustments made to the nailer will automatically turn the trip lock to lock position. You'll find this lock on the right side, under the Dewalt label.

The instruction manual will explain all this.

Hope this helps. If it does, I would appreciate a vote. Thanks,

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Dewalt list the obvious causes below.
Remember that the gun may not facilitate the use on specific materials that are just too much for the gun to handle. The most common cause for this issue is depth adjustment is not set properly. Also make sure that the nails being used are the correct nails for the gun. Its possible to buy the wrong type and they look very similar to the ones needed.

Here is The website addy for Dewalts pdf user manual and tech tips.

http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail?productNumber=DC616KA#

Low battery charge or damaged battery Charge or replace battery
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Please note the following from manual:

Adjusting Depth
The depth that the fastener is driven can be adjusted using
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WARNING: To reduce risk of serious injury from
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