Question about Senco FP620 Framepro 602 2" - 3 - 1/2" Full Round Head Nailer

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Air comes out of trigger of nail gun when pulled

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SOURCE: Senco Framepro 602 has air

Sounds like the bar that slides down to push the nail is jamed you should disconect it from the air and check to make sure a nail is not stuck you should be able to look at the gun and see how to disasemble it in the front end to release it once that is done try some white grease on the part befor you reasemble it

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SOURCE: FramePro 602 air comes from the 2 holes that are

Dried up or broken O-ring.

Posted on Dec 22, 2010

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On the trigger of my Bostich Spiral load nail gun AND my Bostick trim nail gun air is leaking profusely from the trigger. Nail guns were not in use for about a year. When I first used them this weekend,...


A nail gun works on compressed air.
When you hook the air hose to the gun it fills a cylinder with air pressure.
When you pull the trigger. the cylinder pressure is released onto a firing pin that shoots the nail.
The air pressure line is also connected to the trigger and therefore the trigger has to be sealed.

When ever using a nail gun, you add a bit of gun oil in the back of the gun (not 3-in-1motor oil, it has to be non-detergent gun oil)

If you haven't used the gun in a while, it is best to oil up the gun and let the oil run down into the gun.
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Bostich makes re-build kits for the different guns that you can buy on-line.
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