Question about Stanley Bostitch BT200K
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This nailgun has several parts to the headvalve that must fit together properly to seal. Go to WWW.toolpartsdirect.com for a diagram of this tool. The part called the diaphragm is source of problem. It has thin vinyl walls that will fold over when you assemble. The piston will not cause the gun to leak, just make sure that piston fits snug into the cylinder. Loose oring on piston will only cause low power or the poston may not retract all the way back up. Some piston/drivers had a plastic ring instead of an oring. The plastic ring had a secondary oring under, however not necessary. You can use rubber or plastic, just make sure that the piston is not too tight or too loose. The piston oring is the only oring in the gun that can be cut to fit. It is like a piston in a car engine. The piston rings have a gap.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Hello. I can help you. The nail gun you have uses 18 gauge brads. I would use only original Bostitch 18 gauge.
The one MM of difference you mention is the reason why you do not have the pressure you did have. Get rid of those 31MM brads and get the 18 gauge. Home Depot carries the Bostitch line. I would go there or to homedepot.com
Posted on May 20, 2009
first make sure that you are using the right guage nails and if so I would return it to the place of purchase for replacement., the blowing of air could indicate a jammed nail in the track, look for that first and make sure the driver is retracting fully.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
You may have a broken tip or bent driver. Remove tha nails from gun and dry fire into a piece of wood. You should see a nice little indention. If you continue to hold the trigger and the nailer against wood after firing, the driver will stay in the lower position for examination. Just fire into wood and keep gun against wood while holding trigger and lean gun to side untill you see the tip. If you see broken tip or no tip order repair kit that includes driver, or driver alone from www.bostitch.com or ebay. Good luck
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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