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Senco 601 plunger sticks when unplugging air line

Plunger stuck to top plastic part on head have to remove head and put it back in the cylender

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The piston stop in the head is supposed to grab and hold the piston - I don't believe that is your issue. The problem I think you are experiencing is the head valve not moving freely up and down. There is a funny looking spring under the head valve to push it back - often these get weak or broken causing the head valve to jam.http://senco.com/Documents/Guides/FP601_PC.pdf
Part # KB4393
I would purchase the repair kit #YK0360 which includes this spring - clean and lubricate the tool as you reassemble.

Posted on Jun 17, 2014

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SOURCE: Framepro 601. Works fine until air is disconnected

sounds like lack of lubrication. Lack of lubrication builds up crud inside. Take the 4 Cap screws off the top of the gun (pay attention to how stuff comes out or you screwed). Carefully, turn the gun over and let the piston fall out. Now you can wipe some of the gunk out of the cylinder. Put it all back together, put about 10 drops of pneumatic tool oil in the air input fitting and spray up the nose of the gun with WD40 or some type of dry lube.
This should take care of it

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Senco 601 nailer shoots 2 nails each time the trigger is pulled.

the 601 had a design flaw, in the nose, where the nails hit as the are being pushed forward, the peice was made out of a peice of metal that was too soft, it wore down and that is where you get the double nail problem.

Senco offered a trade in, this was years ago, for a limited time and gave us credit towards new guns, which we gladly did

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SOURCE: what angle nails are used

The Senco Frame Pro 601 uses 34 degree clipped head nails.

Posted on Nov 23, 2010

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Air leaking out of head and driver extended indicates that the cylinder seal is bad and or the head valve is sticking or stuck in the head. Easy to check by removing the head and looking at the large plastic seal on top of the cylinder. If seal looks good, pull out the head valve and lube with white grease. Parts are here :

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Hi, Senco 601's use a 34 Degree Strip nail. Easiest way to remember is this when thinking of Senco strip nailers:
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My frame pro 601 will sometimes shoot one to five times and then when you pull the triger nothing happens air comes out the core valve hole above the trigger when pulled then you can unplug air and tap on...


Senco makes a kit for your nail gun, part number YK0360. If you have any o-rings giving you problems, it's always best to replace all of them. You can get them from online parts stores like eReplacementparts.com or possibly from rental or repair places near you. Make sure you lubricate all the o-rings well when putting the new ones in.

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sounds like lack of lubrication. Lack of lubrication builds up crud inside. Take the 4 Cap screws off the top of the gun (pay attention to how stuff comes out or you screwed). Carefully, turn the gun over and let the piston fall out. Now you can wipe some of the gunk out of the cylinder. Put it all back together, put about 10 drops of pneumatic tool oil in the air input fitting and spray up the nose of the gun with WD40 or some type of dry lube.
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Try raising the air pressure up to 125 psi and plug it in and unplug it a few times. Sometimes the piston can get jammed, and a smack with the palm of your hand on the side of the cylinder will jar it loose. If that doesn't work, try pulling the trigger as you jam the nose of the gun against a soft piece of 2x4 or something, repeatedly firing and jarring the tool. If this doesn't do it, you may have to open it up to clear the jam and put it back together.

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