Question about Dewalt Round Head Framing Nailer D51845
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I am assuming that a nail got jammed? If so unplug air to tool, remove the rest of nails and turn it over. try to find a flat piece of steel smaller than the nose where nail goes and gently tap the driver back up and remove jammed nail. If the driver is broken that is a different fix. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
I worked at at tool rental center while attending college and learned from the old tool masters about nails and nailers. Rental stores have many different brands of nailers to rent and customers would bring their own nails of all brands. You will notice on the case/box that your nails will /should work on many other brands however the degree or angle of the nails is not always exacly as stated on the box. You should check with protractor the exact angle of your nails and also check the exact angle of the nailer. Use straight edge on travel path of the piston and another on guide rails to check angle of the gun. You will discover that all is not as stated as in a perfect world. If the angle is off slightly, the head of the second nail will get into the path of the driver. This happens mostly with clip head because the nail heads are so close together. The full round head is spaced further apart with less jamming. If angle is off slightly, take a look at other brands of nails with protractor in hand, the angle will be different slightly or choose a slightly thicker nail. Look for the nails to fit with bottom of nail hitting the barrel first. This will move the head of the nail slightly away from the center line. Finally do not release pusher with force as this will jamb nails closer together. Good Luck!?
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
You have to remove the cylinder. To do this use two flathead screwdrivers on opposite sides and gently pry the cylinder out being carefully not to damage anything. If you have to replace the oring on the bulkhead it takes a little bit of finesse to work it out of the head. I usually put the nailer in a vise and use both hands, two fingers from each to pull the bulkhead out. It's not easy and you will bust your knuckles.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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