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Driving pin won't reset

I have a mastercraft nailer/stapler ..... the driving pin does not reset after the first staple ..... is there a spring perhaps, in side the housing that has come off? ... can't think what else it might be .... at this point the pin just slides back and forth with no way for it to reset above the next staple in the loading chamberMax shoots up to 65mm blade stays down after firing replace bumper in the nose, o ring on the piston, band replace with oring driver still will not return

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Hi there,

This can be a worn or a loose spring inside resulting the bumper not to pull back. better to check the unit for any spring has replaced and put it back again.

Posted on May 23, 2009

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