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Changeing coil nailer pressure seals

I blew thew pressure seal on my uncles coil nailer I borrowed.air floods out of the back. id like to fix it rather cheaply can someone plz tell me where to find the part and mabey a guide to change it

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Easy to repair, www.toolpartsdirect.com for parts. Most likely problem/s are the parts within the head/headvalve. Remove four screws and gently pull out the headvalve piston within the head. One seal that contacts the cylinder and the upper bumper inside the headvalve. Push out the upper bumper and inspect for cracks. Order a spare because these parts fail often. No need to change out all the orings. Just clean and lube with white grease. Good luck

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first off I would look at the safety to ensure it is not bent and also the driver is not stuck because of a jammed nail. You can go to Dewaltservicenet.com and download a diagram for this tool and start some disassembly of the cylinder area to check for other broken parts. I don't at this point think a rebuild kit is necessary unless it has been awhile since it has been serviced and then yes I would but you I think have some other bent or out of place item.

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look at the piston in the cap to see if it is sticking, let me know the model number and I will try and find a breakdown and come up with more suggestions, but this is the place I would start.

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