Question about RTO PasLode 900420 Impulse Framing Nailer

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Paslode 900420 piece fell out

I had a single nail stuck in track so I had to partially disassemble gun. As I was doing this , the lockout bar follower and a small spring fell out.

After looking at paslode schematic (part is #40 on chart), the part seems to be floating in the air and I have not figured out how to assemble gun with this part in place. Any help would be appreciated and a picture of assembled gun would be great.

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Be sure to remove the metal nose piece that covers the lockout bar when assembled. It may be stuck to the other half of the gun. Replace the bar and the spring and put the metal nose piece in its position over the lockout bar. At this point the metal nose piece will be on the opposite side. This will allow you to replace the 2 halves carefully so as not to loose the spring.

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