Question about Hitachi Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Oil leaking out of the nailer anywhere is just an indication that too much oil is being introduced. A good solution would be to reduce the amount of drops until no more leaks out or use an in line oiler at the gun. An oiler costs under ten dollars and feeds in oil vapor as you use air. Store / hang your nailer with the air inlet down at night to drain out access oil. Do not worry too much about the leaking though, I think that a bit too much oil is better than a lack of oil. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
The reason that you are having trouble re-assembling the ribbon spring is that you need three hands to complete the job. As you recall the nail pusher just slips into the front of the rails. The pusher has the spring and a pin to retain the spool in place. Install the spring with the bolt hole towards leaver and slip into the front of rails. Take a small paper clip and bend a small hook to catch the ribbon spring. Hook the springs bolt hole with the paper clip and hold the spring in the approximate position for bolt as you push the assembly into rails and use latch to hold. While holding spring with paperclip, insert bolt thru rails and spring into nosepiece. Just break off the paperclip at this point and you are almost done. Some nailers have a metal support clip that you would need to have in place on bolt before installing bolt thru spring. For a breakdown of the gun go to www.toolpartsdirect.com. The other bolt for rails has a support/guide for the safety foot. Good luck and email if you have questions.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
the pin pushing your nails is loose and the guides are warned .
try to change the guides and you will see that this problem will will be gone .
one last thing , make sure the coils are in good shape as it may create some feeding problems and push 2 nails at once
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
by jammed I take it you mean a nail has jammed the driver? If that is the case there is really no easy to unjam it. But unplug the air hose and turn tool upside down and wearing safety glasses and gloves you can try and take a punch smaller than the nose piece and try hitting the driver to unjam nail. If it is another problem please let me know and I will try and help more.. Sometimes we used to have to remove the nose and heat and it goes on but hopefully it is not that bad
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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