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Paslode im250 f-16 only able to drive 2 nails .

I drive in two nails and fan runs but will not fire until fan shuts off then i can fire 1 or 2 nails and so on.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    My hitachi nt65gs has fired approximately 200 nails and now won't fire. It is clean, the fan works and I can hear the spark and smell the gas but it won't fire

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Bad Fuel cell!!! New cyliders now have expire date on bottom of cannister. If old will not fire properly. Put new fuel cell in should be fine.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

  • Johnny TOLAND
    Johnny TOLAND Mar 20, 2009

    Dear emisam2 ,



    Did this work for you



    Bad Fuel cell!!! New cyliders now have expire date on bottom of cannister. If old will not fire properly. Put new fuel cell in should be fine.



    Please rate as a fix ya thanks

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