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I need a piston stop for a craftsman finish nailer part number4573.00 sears states they are not being made anymore do other nail guns use the same part

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same thing here, I believe it was made by porta cable looked at their nailer, looks the same trying to get that part should be around $14 plus shipping

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I need a piston stop for a craftsman finish nailer part number4573.00 sears states they are not being made anymore do other nail guns use the same part


I am not familiar with nail guns but if there is a place to put a piston stop, can you use a piece of rope instead? I have used rope to stop the piston on chainsaws I have fixed where my piston stop tools wouldn't work

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Assuming that the nails are correct for gun (16g nails measure .055) and feeder is actually applying pressure to nails (feel spring pressure as you close clip), most likely problem is driver is not returning to top of cylinder. This is caused by low pressure to gun, bent driver, lower bumper missing pieces/cracked, worn oring on piston or lack of lubrication. Remove cylinder and examine condition of lower bumper, replace if broken/cracked; check outer cylinder for check valve in place (usually small band or oring covering series of ventholes) ; replace piston oring as needed, make sure driver not bent. Parts available at sears web site. Good luck

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I need a piston stop part#4357.00 craftsman 16 gauge finish nailer model # 351.183210, im told by sears part is not available, any other finish nailer with the same part?


same thing here, I believe it was made by porta cable looked at their nailer, looks the same trying to get that part should be around $14 plus shipping

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Paslode nail guns won't shoot


piston is probably jammed

This happens sometimes try holding it up against a board with the trigger depressed and then inset the battery.

The goal is to try to force the firing sequence to get the piston back to the right position with corded units this is simply done by attaching the air hose with the trigger pulled this causes air to rush into the gun chamber pushing the piston back and firing a nail out.

The cause of this is a misfire or jammed nail that stopped the piston in the wrong location so air will not build in the chamber correctly.

Hope that helps

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Your driver is not returning. Depending on the model that you have there could be a couple of problems. The most likely is that your piston stop is crumbled and some of your seals are worn or damaged. Whether or not you can fix the nailer depends on if the parts are available from Sears Parts Dept. If you would like some more information about fixing your nailer please post which model it is that you are trying to fix and I can see if the parts are available. I will post the information back to you.

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