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Brad nails not in all the way

I bought the ET200 about a year ago. It has not been used a lot. It doesn't matter what size brad I use I always have to sink the 1/4 inch with a hammer. Is this Common? Can this be adjusted?

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Mine wont sink them into corrugated cardboard, two sheets.

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There are no adjustments on any electric stapler / brad nailer that I've heard of , only the pnumatics. The electric staplers/brad nailers only work well in softer woods

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