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Dewalt makes a great line of nailers and has a good network of factory repair centers with helpful repair department. Their web address is www.dewalt.com . Click on service/support button then look for Instruction Manual button to download your manual. When search window appears enter your model number. You can also view a parts list and order parts. I have a very old dewalt nailer that was not listed on their website but my local service center made me a copy of theirs at no charge. Good luck.

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