Question about NRS Paslode T250-f16,s200-s16 Nailer & Stapler O`ring Parts
All air gets out from top sometimes as soon as air supplied and as soon you pull trigger. Do i change all inside orings and seals or total rebuild?The gun has not used every day just on side jobs for seven years.
The most common problem with this nailer is the plastic seal that sits on top of the cylinder. This seal (ususlly white, yellow or black in color ) will cause the nailer to leak lots of air out top of gun. Examine seal for cracks and replace as necessary; the part number is 402725 and is available at www.toolpartsdirect.com This should stop the rapid air leak. After installing the new seal, if you have a very small constant leak out top of the gun then remove the screw holding the headvalve in place and check for small scratches where the orings contact headvalve. Use very fine sandpaper (300 to 400 grit) to remove scratches. Clean and re-use the same orings using silicone grease instead of oil and re-assemble. This should stop all leaks. Silicone grease is available at Lowes lumber in the plumbing department. It is used to lube orings in faucets. If you have more questions about this gun please email, Good Luck
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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