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When nailing the gun will not put every 4th or 5th nail all the way in
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Perhaps [url=http://www.tacwise.com/tools/view_prod.asp?code=21&back=2&type=1]This Link[/url] will get you going in the proper direction. It's not a schematic but it is the Tacwise homepage, hopefully they can be helpful to you.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
has the gun been cleaned and oiled, i think not.
take the head bolts out of the top of the gun. make sure you pay attention to how everything comes out so you can put it back together.
shake the gun upside down so that the piston comes out. wipe everything down with any petroleum based cleaning solvent to remove all the gunk and reassemble.
pour about 10 dropsof oil down the air input, let it sit there about 5 mins and hook up the air and it should work
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: nail gun- double feed
Nail guns either have a switch or a seperate trigger assembly for two options - automatic, or 'bump' fire, and sequential fire. Sequential firing may be best for you since the nose must be fully depressed and the trigger pulled for each nail.
If you're stuck with bump firing, practice your technique. Double fires often occur when the workpiece bounces back into the nose of the gun; learn to 'bounce' the gun off the material to avoid this second contact.
If you're getting double fires in sequential mode, the problem could be more serious. I keep a can of aerosol silicone lubricant on hand to clean and lubricate the feed mechanism and magazine. Make sure your tool is clean and lubricated before each use, including the 3-5 drops on the air coupling.
Check that your air pressure is not set too high. Overdriving nails reduces their effectiveness and can cause tool malfunction.
This problem could also be caused by worn out O-rings or other parts within the tool. If you're not comfortable servicing the tool yourself, take it in for repair/maintenance work.
Another important thing to remember: With tools like this, you get what you pay for. A cheap nailgun will never function as well as a quality nailgun.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
You will have to call Harbor Freight at 800-444-3353. Make sure you have the item number of your nailer. Sometimes you can pull up a breakdown online if you search your item number of harbor freights website. Most of the time you cannot. Also be aware that it takes sometimes 6 weeks to get your parts. The parts aren't expensive but it takes forever to get them. Every once in a while you will get the parts in a week or two. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
SOURCE: 2 nails shoot at the same time
It could be just from using poorly clipped or collated nails. I have noticed that with some cheaper nails, the clipped heads are not all lined up properly. If a nail has rotated slightly during the collation proccess, the unclipped portion of the nail head protrudes over the previous nail in the clip. This causes the heads of two nails to be struck at once. Another problem I've encountered is collation wire that doesn't shear off with each nail. An ever lengthening strand of wire protrudes into the nail chamber and eventually the driver snags this wire as it drives a nail. This jerks the clip forward forcefully forcing more than one nail into the chamber or causing the next nails in line to rotate slightly, thus exposing the unclipped portion of the nail heads to the driver.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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