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Electric nail gun will not fire

With a hot battery the gun will not fire just a click sound when the trigger is depressed. the gun is free of jams and has the proper nails. It did sit for a period of time without being used.

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Replace the battery; they can drain and refuse to recharge after time in storage

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SOURCE: nails jammed in stapler so I took it apart splitting the halves.

Without knowing the brand and model number, the best I can offer is this: Since your question is listed under "all Black and Decker nail guns", have you tried going to www.blackanddecker.com and searching for your tool, or contacting their support section on the website? Or try typing your make & model # into a search engine, pick a place that sells parts and ask them to fax or e-mail a copy of the diagram (I have done this before to get diagrams).

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SOURCE: I have a rechargeable 18V B&D nail gun I

Take the long nail strip out and replace them with the shorter length nails.

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SOURCE: my nail gun when i locate the battery to the gun

Make sure none of the battery contacts in the nail gun aren't bent, broken or missing. Try to rebend them out to make better contact.
Also make sure your battery charger is actually charging the batts as well.
let me know how it goes..
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Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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SOURCE: My nail gun makes a small noice but will not

I know a lot of Dewalt nailers will not shoot properly once the battery is starting to get a little worn/has a lot of charging cycles on it. Their picky about having fresh batterys. How old is the nailer/batterys?

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SOURCE: I have a 12 volt

Since the jam light blinks, have you considered that it might be jammed?
Try removing all the nails, checking the action, and they reinserting?
Other than suggesting taking it in under warranty or taking it apart to check switches and sensors, I can't think of what I could suggest.

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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