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Damaged driver How can I replace the Driver on my nailer?

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You have to take both the cap off and the bottom nose off.

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Driver not return


How old is the nailer. If it is old enough and not oiled each use, O rings get damaged and will leak air at piston and trigger valve. Depending on the brand a rebuild kit may be available with new O rings and trigger valve.

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If a gun is firing and nails are not being driven into the work it's because of one of two problems. The nails aren't feeding fully under the driver or the driver isn't fully retracting each time the gun is activated. Is looks like you've eliminated a feed problem so you are going to have to take the gun apart to find out why air is not being held in the bottom of the head long enough to push the driver back up the cylinder. Go to www.ereplacementparts.com and bring up your model so you can follow along. Remove the four screws holding the head cap on. The things that can cause your problem are: the piston seal & o-rnig are damaged, the cylinder is badly scored, the o-ring & cylinder ring on the bottom half ot the cylinder are damaged or out of place, or the driver guide under the bumper is broke or missing. If it turns out internal parts are damaged or missing, I highly recommend the overhaul kit to replace all the 'soft' parts inside the gun as long as you have it apart.

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When a firing pin won't return it's usually caused by damaged o-rings inside the gun. The most likely culprits are the o-rings around the outside of the cylinder or the rings on the drive piston. Another cause could be a cracked cylinder or bent driver. Remove the cap on top of the gun and check the condition of the o-rings, cylinder and driver. You'll have to order any parts that need to be replaced as Bostitch doesn't make a rebuild kit for this gun. Don't forget to lightly oil the o-rings with pnumatic gun oil when reassembling the gun. Most pin and finish nailers say they are oil-less but they still need a drop once in a while to keep the o-rings from being damaged.

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Nailer will get two nails jammfrontiered at same time about every 3rd nail


Nail jamming is caused when the driver is able to hit two nails with one stroke. This usually happens on nailers that use nail strips with no spacing between nails. If the driver is damaged, it may be able to hit part of the second nail. If the wrong nail is used and two nail heads are in the path of the driver then jam. On nailers using nailstrip with space between nails, it is much harder for driver to hit two nails. Most jamming, however is caused by the nailer actually firing twice in very rapid succession. this type of jam is caused by faulty firing mech. (safety foot or bump fire system) , faulty/worn trigger valve or worn orings in the headvalve .

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Sometimes a gun will double fire, quickly fires twice and is caused by worn trigger valve or safety foot. However, two staples driven with one shot indicates that the staples could be the wrong gauge for the gun or the driver is damaged. The driver of a nailer has a taper on one side of the blade to prevent the driver from hitting two staples. The taper will push the remaining staples back into the rails. Make sure that the taper is facing the staples and that the staples are correct for the gun.

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Slight damage to driver will prevent it from returning to top of cylinder (assuming that nailer worked correctly before double fire). Easy to check. Remove airline. Use metal or plastic to push driver to top of cylinder (should easily move). After the driver is at top, see if first cleat moved into proper positon. If cleat is not in position, check pusher and rails for debris. If cleat is in position, activate nailer to check for proper function. If driver does not return to top of cylinder and was difficult to push up, pull out driver and check for bent /damaged driver and replace orings and lower bumper while apart if parts look worn. Good luck

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The gun dose not fire the pin all the way in ?


Dewalt list the obvious causes below.
Remember that the gun may not facilitate the use on specific materials that are just too much for the gun to handle. The most common cause for this issue is depth adjustment is not set properly. Also make sure that the nails being used are the correct nails for the gun. Its possible to buy the wrong type and they look very similar to the ones needed.

Here is The website addy for Dewalts pdf user manual and tech tips.

http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail?productNumber=DC616KA#

Low battery charge or damaged battery Charge or replace battery
Depth adjustment set too shallow Rotate depth adjustment wheel to a deeper setting
Tool not firmly applied to workpiece See instruction manual
Material and fastener length Choose appropriate material or fastener length
too rigorous an application
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I cant get my driver back into a nv 45ab2,,,it was kind of hard to pull out and sounded like it was compressed into it


it sounds like the shaft may be damaged, check for burs or tip wear/deformation; lubricate it well and some nailers require precise positioning of the drive to get it thru the seals. The lower seals may be damaged or out of place; brushing the shaft with synthetic steel wool would not hurt..

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