Question about Senco Fusion FN65DA 18V 15 Gauge Cordless Finiah Nailer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What is your air pressure setting. A finish nailer such as this usually requires 70 lbs to drive flush. Adjust air to this value and test fire in scrap. Keep adjusting air presure until nail drives flush.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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helloo cerr..... here is a link to all of the senco manuals, parts etc. you should be able to get what u need from this link. you can print out the manual or just save it on your puter if u don't want to print it out. Joe
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
You have damaged o-rings in the gun. Remove the head cap & valve assembly, remove the ring on top of the cylinder, remove the cylinder & piston. The cylinder is in tight so work it out carefully. Check the condition of the following: a split flat ring with a rubber o-ring under it on the top of the piston and two o-rings on the outside of the cylinder. If these are damaged air will leak around the piston instead of pushing it back up. The inside of the gun should be clean with a light coat of oil on everything if you are oiling it properly before use. Dirt in the gun means the gun is being laid on the ground without the air hose attached. Dry innards means no or not enough oil is being put in the gun before use. Oil pooled in the bottom of the gun means too much oil is being used. Senco doesn't make a rebuild kit for this gun, you'll have to go to the Senco website http://www.senco.com/ or other website like http://www.ereplacementparts.com to get a parts breakdown of your gun and order the o-rings (any part beginning with LB) individually. If you replace one, replace all of them and grease them up liberally when reassembling the gun.
Posted on Feb 02, 2012
First, check that you are using the proper nails. The FP602 needs Full Round Head nails with plastic collation. If you are using Clipped Head nails with the paper tape collation the angle of the nails not let the driver catch the next nail and drive it into your work.
If you have the correct nails, check the magazine to make sure the nails are feeding all the way up to the driver. If there is anything blocking the way or if the spring on the feeder isn't taught enough to pull the clip all the way up the driver won't be able to catch the next nail and drive it in.
Posted on May 08, 2012
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