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the problems will be expensive as there are shafts bearings and bushes that will all be damaged from the lack of oil. I would be making enquiries at the service centre as to what sort of workshop insurance they have to cover that sort of error as it should have had oil levels checked before it was released to you.
Mabee the hard drive has failed . try entering bios and see if the hard drive is recognised .If not try turning the computer off unplug it then reconnect the drive data cable and power cable then re- start the computer and see if it is recognised. some models of older hard drives needed a driver installed during set up -- you usually have to put the driver on a floppy disc and hit the f6 button when prompted by windows set up to install third party drivers . I hope this helps
The problem that you are having is because there is air in the hydraulic ram. Their could be two ways to get the air out.If the pressure gauge is on top of the ram remove it and pump fluid until it comes out of the hole where the gauge was. Now all of the air should be out of the ram and it should work properly. Another way of fixing the problem if the hose from the pump goes to the top side of the ram unbolt the pump. Hold the pump above the ram , pump the handle repeatedly you should be able to work the air back into the pump just think it is just like bleeding the brakes on your car .
Check the regulator gauge on your air compressor to make sure you have enough air pressure going to your nailer. After replacing my nailer because the driver wouldn't retract, I discovered, when the replacement nailer had the same problem, that I had somehow turned the regulator and decreased the pressure. Now I have two fully operational nailers.