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The staples do not enter the wood completly

The staple enters the wood 1/2 to3/4 way into the wood.

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Often when squeezing the tool the front gets lifted and the staple does not set fully. try making sure the front is tipped down fully and in contact wood when it fires. if that doesnt work the push rod is not working properly and is easier to replace than try to fix

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