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What is the model of your Stanley Gun? What nails are you trying to load?
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Mar 24, 2013 | Stanley Bostitch Nail Gun

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How do I load nails into the 5700


Here is the link but I copied the instructions here too


http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000035709.pdf



Loading Staples or Nails

Make sure there are no staples or nails jammed from previous usage by checking the handle operation.

CAUTION: IF A STAPLE OR NAIL IS JAMMED, POINT THE GUN AWAY FROM

YOURSELF AND OTHERS BEFORE OPENING THE TRACK AS THE JAMMED

STAPLE OR NAIL MAY BE FIRED OUT UPON OPENING

i) Point the bottom of the gun away from you and turn gun sideways.

ii) Turn gun up, grip track release buttons and push away to release, then slide the track out, as shown (fig. 1).

iii) Insert a strip of staples in the chamber with the legs pointing up (fig.1a). If nails are required, turn gun upside

down and tilt the gun away from yourself and load on the right hand side (as indicated on graphics at the

staple and nail exit) with point facing upwards (fig.1b) THE GUN MAY JAM IF NAILS ARE INSERTED IN THE

WRONG SIDE.
*Arrow

iv) Slide staple or nail track back into closed position - a click indicates that it is locked in position.
Your staple and nail gun is now ready for use.



May 20, 2011 | Garden

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Not sure how to load nails


use left hand, slide spring retainer all the way to the back of nail tray, load a rack of nails into back of nail tray , tilt forward allow
nails to slide forwardthen slide spring retainer back slightly, release and let spring engage nails.

Feb 02, 2011 | Porter Cable 16 - Gauge Finish Brad Nailer...

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How to load nails into the magazine


Hi. Here are pix that show u what to do. http://www.senco.com/pdf/manuals/us/brad_nailers_11_06.pdf

be sure u are using senco headless nails and be sure the gun is upside down and that you load the nail row head first so the points are pointing out. J.

Jul 12, 2010 | Senco FinishPro 35 FinishPro 15 SLS15 3...

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Not sure how to load nails into magazine


Generally two reasons for nails not to make contact with driver. Make sure that the driver is returning to top of cylinder. If it stays in the path of the nail feeder, the nail cannot slide into position. Second, nails are not the right type or gauge for gun. Some nails even if they are the right gauge have a large head not allowing the strip to enter into chamber. Remove air hose from gun, check that piston is all the way up, then slide nails into chamber and see if they go all the way in easily with-out having to push. You should see the first nail in place from bottom where nail shoots out. The angle of the nail is very important. most pin nailers are 0 degree (not angled), but others have an angle. The gun should be labeled as to angle of nail. Hold a strip of nails against the outside of the magazine and see is the first nail is in line with the driver path. Good luck and post again if you have other question.

Jun 28, 2010 | Dewalt Heavy Duty 2 Brad Nailer Compressor...

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Shoots 2 or more nails at a time


Happened to me awhile back...just load few nails..it tends to shoot to many when you load it full. break a section in half load it and it should shoot just fine.

May 27, 2010 | Porter Cable BN18200 2" 18 Gauge Brad...

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Need help loading staples in my Stanley electric staple/nail gun


there should be a button / lever at the rear press it and it should open so as to insert the staples

Apr 05, 2010 | Stanley Staple/Nail Gun Elec

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How do you load nails in stanley tr250 staple and nail gun??


The magazine on the TR250 has a recess on one side as well as a relief at the top where the driver pushes them through the opening. Load the brads/nails on that side of the magazine and it should operate properly. AS A REMINDER: ALWAYS REMOVE NAILS/STAPLES/BRADS WHEN NOT IN USE AS THIS WILL WEAKEN THE SPRING AND CAUSE FEED PROBLEMS IN THE FUTURE.

Dec 22, 2009 | Stanley TR250 H Heavy Duty Heavy Duty...

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My Bostitch 45B is jammed with a roofing nail part way out I had just opened a new box of nails and I think they were shorter.


You should be able to open the load cover and be able to remove the nail. Sometimes the nail wire is located in the wrong spot which will cause the feed pawls to get jammed, and also cause the nail to get hung up. After you get the nail dislodged make sure that your canister is set to the correct level for your size nails. Then lay the nails down to load it. Check the placing of the wire on the nails in relation to the feed pawl. If the wire is on the feed pawls you need to find another roll of nails and do the same thing. Sometimes the wire is misplaced during production and affects certain nailers. If you have any questions please post again.

Oct 22, 2009 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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After loading the nails in the holder, an


It appears you have a piece missing that should be on the end of the spring (or the sides of the nail magazine) to keep it centered as it presses the nails in...

Oct 19, 2009 | Air Tools & Compressors

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