Question about Arrow No.ETF50PBN Extra Heavy Duty Professional, , Electric Staple Gun/Brad Nailer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry no answer for solving, But my ET200 does the same as you are describing. What's the purpose of using this tool if I have to go back and set each nail if the ET200 is suppose to do it for me? I will check back, but if you have found the solution, I would like to hear it. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
Look at the rear of the stapler. Push in then down on the stapler tensioner to release it from the rear of the gun. Slide the tensioner out. Next slide the new staples over the rail and into the gun with points down. Slide the spring tensioner back in and connect it to the stapler by maneuvering its clip down and then up.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
Hi, There should be a power adjustment on the top of the driving head. Make adjustments there, and the penetration should improve.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
You might get better penetration if you use your other hand to press the gun down firmly onto the surface before you pull the trigger. (This will help if the gun tends to jump a little when you fire it.) Or, if the surface you are firing into might not be rigid enough (like a thin board that is not supported) - in that case you might improve the penetration by better supporting the surface you are nailing into, perhaps by placing it on the floor. On the other hand, this may simply be a case that the gun is not powerful enough to do what you want it to do. To test that theory, try it into a piece of soft wood (like a 2X4) or find a soft thick material as a first layer over the wood you are using. Perhaps you can use shorter nails - thin brads in wood don't gain much strength beyond 1/2 inch penetration anyway. The length of the brad only needs to be about 1/2 inch longer than the thickness of the first layer of material. I hope this helps, good luck Al K
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
SOURCE: The nail gun will not shoot
I don't have that same model but my gun started doing something similar a while back. I was able to disassemble the head of the gun and found that the hammer or piston that drives the nail had rounded itself off and wasn't able to make good contact with the nail head. Instead it pushed itself on top of the nail and got wedged. It's nearly impossible to see the stuck nail or dulled piston head without taking it apart. Hopefully this will help.
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
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