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Hitachi nv45ab2 is leaking out the back orings look good 1 year old

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  • philip dieckhoner Jan 03, 2013

    the gun is a year old looks new inside used every day just started one day lube up nice always o rings look brand new

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Remove the head and check that the cylinder moves down and then up again. If the cylinder is stuck stuck down, remove outer ring and pull out the cylinder. Check for grit and or scratches where the orings make contact. If scratched, remove with fine sandpaper, lube and reinstall. Check that the cylinder is in the upper position before you install the head. If the cylinder moves down then up again, check headvalve seal (rubber seal in the head) for cracks or the rubber has become loose and spins. If loose reseal with RTV. If cracked, replace with generic or factory part. Good luck

Posted on Jan 31, 2013

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SOURCE: I want to buy a head rebuild kit, for Hitachi coil

I buy most of my parts from www.toolpartsdirect.com. The headvalve is the only part that wears in the head. It will leak when the rubber/vinyl seat material begins to crack(new models use rubber). If the head valve looks ok with no cracks then no problem in head. If you are having problems with the gun please post again describing issue. Good luck

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SOURCE: Year of Manfacture for Hitachi NV45AB2 Coil Nailer

on hitachi air nailers the first number is the month and the second is the year , the only confusion might be if the nailer is older than ten yrs( the nv45ab2 has only been out about 4 yrs) so your roofer was made in march of 04

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: On a Hitachi NV45AB2 How do you get the trigger

UNPLUG the tool. on the trigger itself you will find a roll pin, remove it then with the trigger off you will see what appears to be a slot for a straight screwdriver, you can lay a screwdriver blade the width of the slot and turn to loosen and remove, next on the front there is a spacer with o rings on it carefully remove it and the spring can be removed. If you go to "ereplacementparts.com you can download a schematic for this. On the left side click on the Hitachi parts and go to nailers and scroll down till you find your model is is on the left side of the mini page click on it and you can see the schematic. Let me know if you need more help

Posted on Feb 27, 2011

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SOURCE: Need manual for Hitachi NV45AB2

go to "hitachipowertools.com" and you can download the manual you are looking for. Let me know if you have trouble or need more assistance.

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