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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i need a repair manual
Your nailer, although very good, is rapidly becoming obsolete as many parts are no longer available. When these guns were first made available, a sales rep. demonstrated repair techniques and did not provide repair manual. Owners manual for many models are available at duofast.com www.toolpartsdirect.com has parts lists and many parts available. If you are having a specific problem please post it; maybe I can help. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: feeding nails
Your nailer shares design features with Milwaukee and Ridgid. All three brands experience the same issue. Lets go thru a series of simple tests to determine the problem. First and most simple test, manually load the nails and fire the gun untill miss-fire. Upon mis-fire disconnect air, open latch and check if the driver is all the way up into the cylinder or is partially down blocking next nail. If driver is down blocking next nail, replace the driver oring and retest. If driver is up all the way, remove nails, reconnect airline, leave latch open and fire gun against rubber (old tire or coiled up waterhose/airhose) this time holding the gun down and keeping the trigger depressed. In this position, the driver will remain down and feeder will remain retracted. With feeder retracted and screwdriver in hand carefully check the spring tension on the feeder (should be rather firm tension on spring and the feeder must retract with good force). If no tension or weak, replace feed spring. When you finally release the trigger, the driver will retract and the feeder should return with good force. If feeder does not return with force, replace orings and spring behind feed piston. If all tests are ok, remove head, check lower bumper in gun for cracks or missing pieces. Replace as necessary. Lube all orings with silicone lube available at Lowes in the plumbing department. (Danco brand) Good luck on your repair and email your questions.
Posted on May 06, 2009
check the magazine bolts are tight and that the magazine is snug aginst the nose. also be sure you are using 16 gage brads and not 18 gage
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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