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My Bostitch Manual Flooring Nailer MFN200 is only 3 months old and inner parts by the spring have broken....this should still be under warranty , but is there a repair kit

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From what I can see at StanleyBostitch.com there is not a repair kit for this tool. Given the age I would take in for warranty service.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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Make sure you have enough Air pressure running to the stapler,
and Second, Whack the hell out of it. You can be rough with it. Their designed to take a beating

When u hit it with the mallet, youre opening a valve which shoots the piston and drives the staple into the boards. hit it not hard enough, not enough air is being sent to the piston to drive it fully.

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