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I have a senco finishing gun. It works fine but then sometimes it want do nothing an then after I keep trying it starts working. Any help on what's wrong?

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After some use the glue on the nails builds up and needs to be cleaned up. try WD40 should help.

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SOURCE: Senco sn2 air leak around out top only when the trigger is pulled

There is a cracked seal on the firing valve. It looks like it cant be replaced but it can. Look in your parts breakdown .It seals the firing valve to the cylinder

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SOURCE: do I need to oil this gun during use?

yes, squirt oil in the tool 2 times daily depending on use. do not oil the nails/pawl area, it only collects dirt. About 6 drops in the air fitting should be fine.

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SOURCE: Nut just above knurled depth

You do not need to wory about that nut. If you do want to change it you can learn how on the link below.

http://www.senco.com/Documents/Guides/FIP35_PC.pdf

Posted on Aug 26, 2011

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