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Bostitch M111fs I need instructions to fix air leak.

I replaced o-rings, after putting it together, I now have an air leak from cap area.

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Go to the Bostitch / Stanley website http//www.cpobostitch.com/ Browse for the product as if you are shopping ot buy it. Under the Specifications tab you can download a Schematic and/or Owners Manual in .pdf format. Quick Link to Bostitch MIIIFS owners manual: http://www.cpobostitch.com/static/manual/miiifs.pdf

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