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Multiple nails are ejected

When I pull the trigger on my nailer, 2 or 3 nails are ejected into the wood.

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  • jmorgia Feb 10, 2009

    Didn't help. by the way this isn't a shingle nailer. I am doing woodwork nailing. I am pushing down hard then pulling the trigger. I thought it may be oil. That didn't help either. I've wasted a couple hundred nails already.

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Its all about the pressure you apply...to solve this try pushing down then firing....i know its a pain and slows work a bit but it'll save you staples and from possibly firing THROUGH the shingle...pulling them up is enough of a pain anyway... also see if you can tighten the tip of the gun...that should make it less responsive, tighten the trigger as well...good luck

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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    Ryan Peterman Feb 17, 2009

    wow thats a pain......well, my last idea is this.....how good are you at taking things apart....if you take it apart, clean everything, oil, new o rings (not that it would affect how many nails are ejected) and then put it all back togetherr (correctly) it should work more times than not..sorry my other ideas didnt help...good luck to you

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