Question about Nailers 3 12" Pneumatic Air Round Head Framing Nailer Nail Gun
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most nailers work better by bump firing the gun. Less likely to double fire. This is a common problem amoung brands. If you place nailer on work then trigger, you may/will have problems as you describe. There is usually an option of triggers or builtin method of single firing the gun. With single fire trigger, you can place gun on work and fire. The will not reset for next round untill you let go of trigger and lift gun off the work. If your gun is double firing even with bump method, then replace the trigger valve.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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Posted on Dec 16, 2010
Remove the nails and air supply. With side door open notice position of driver. Driver should be at top position with tip not visible. If driver is down and it moves within cylinder when you tilt nose up then down again, time to replace orings. If driver is down, it should extend past the nose about 1/4 inch (if driver is broken at the tip the end will look rough and nail will not drive in all the way). If driver extends past the nose more than 1/4 inch then lower bumper may be breaking up /cracked. Easy test for proper function. With nails removed and side door open, connect air to gun and dry fire gun against hard rubber or old coiled air-hose (with air connected and trigger depressed, no air should leak from trigger area, if air leaks when trigger is depressed, look for fault at trigger pin). Feeder should move back then forward in quick motion almost matching speed of driver and driver should not creep down between shots. No air should leak from nose of the gun (push nose against hard rubber and depress trigger and hold in this position, driver should stay down with very little or no air leaking out of nose, when you release trigger, driver will return). If air leaks out of nose while holding in this position, replace lower bumper. If a quantity of air leaks from valve in front of trigger, cylinder orings may need replacing or outer part of cylinder has fine scratches (remove scratches with 400 grit paper). Parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect.com. Good lucki
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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