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I have 3 of your electric staple guns and they all stopped working after a short period of time.Had the staple guns quite awhile and put away.Is there anything you can do to help?


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Nailer wont advance the nails then it shoots blank


Try ez test to check for proper operation. Remove nails and air supply, point nose of gun up then down again. The driver should not move from the top of cylinder position. If driver is moving up then down replace the driver oring. If driver oring seems ok then connect air supply and bump fire the nailer without nails against soft wood and door open so that you can see the driver and feeder moving. Bump fire the gun and make sure that the driver is moving all the way back up to top of cylinder and the feeder is moving rapidly back and forward. If movement seems ok then hold the nose down on soft wood and depress and hold the trigger. This will fire the gun but driver will stay at the bottom position and not return until you release the trigger or lift the gun. When holding the gun with the driver down position, no air should leak out the top or bottom of the gun. If air leaks out bottom, replace lower bumper, if air leaks out the top replace the upper bumper. Good luck

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My benjamin 392 air rifle does not have any charge while pumping and i dont notice any pressure leaking from the pellet barrel. Is it the piston seal bad or the valve or both ??


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Hi i have a problem with my stanly bostitch nail gun .i was using it ok for a little while then the nail stop coming out ,now all i hear is a putting sound only ,sounds like no air ,but my compressor and...


Your nailer model number is N75C-1 shares design features with many other bostitch coil nail guns. Usually, when you only hear a puff of air coming from the trigger area or within gun, the driver or headvalve is stuck. Usually easy to fix. First check the driver by removing air supply and inserting metal rod into nose of gun pushing the driver all the way up to top of cylinder (open latch and note position of driver, should not be visible). If driver is stuck due to debris, clear and retest gun. If driver is all the way up then remove head and see if the driver moves down (should move with light pressure). Headvalve should move inward with strong thumb pressure and move back out. Repair as needed and lube with silicone paste lube (sold at Lowes in plumbing department and swimming pool supplies). If both driver and headvalve look ok, then suspect trigger valve under the trigger. Good luck

Sep 19, 2011 | Stanley Bostitch N75c1 Coil Sheathing...

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Nail gun will not fire a nail each time but only fires correctly ever other time and leaves dimple from the head firing.


Here are a few tests for you to try. You will need a piece of rubber or coiled up old hose.
First open side door and remove nails. Tilt gun head down then up again to check if piston is loose in the cylinder. The piston should stay in top position. If piston drops to bottom of cylinder remove head and replace piston oring or apply some layers of teflon tape under oring to expand oring slightly untill piston stays at top but still can be pushed down cylinder (look at the lower bumper to make sure that it is not cracked or missing pieces, if it is breaking up the pieces can lodge within the air path to the feeded piston). If driver piston now stays at top, connect air to gun and with side door open contact gun to rubber firing gun noticing the feeder movement. With very rapid firing of the gun, the feeder should move back and fourth just as fast as the driver moves. If the feeder seems to move slower than the driver moves then check/replace spring in feeder piston chamber. If spring seems strong enough in your opinion then problem is restriction in the air supply to feeder, if air path is clear then replace orings to feed piston. You will need to remove the two 6m allen screws at front of gun and split gun apart to check restriction at the oring sealing these two parts. Sometimes debris traped at oring (white oring) will restrict air to feeder. Good luck.

Jun 21, 2011 | Stanley Bostitch Nail Gun

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When i squeeze the trigger the gun goes off but no nail comes out? i have already bought the repair kit and have been working on this gun all day


Here are a few tests for you to try. You will need a piece of rubber or coiled up old hose.
First open side door and remove nails. Tilt gun head down then up again to check if piston is loose in the cylinder. The piston should stay in top position. If piston drops to bottom of cylinder replace piston oring or apply some coils of teflon tape under oring to expand oring slightly untill piston stays at top but still can be pushed down cylinder. If piston stays at top connect air to gun and with side door open contact gun to rubber firing gun noticing the feeder movement. With very rapid firing of the gun, the feeder should move back and fourth just as fast as the driver moves. If the feeder seems to move slower than the driver moves then check/replace spring in feeder. If spring seems strong enough in your opinion then problem is restriction in the air supply to feeder. You will need to remove the two 6m allen screws at front of gun and split gun apart to check restriction at the oring sealing these two parts. Sometimes debris traped at oring (white oring) will restrict air to feeder. Good luck.

Jan 08, 2011 | Stanley Factory Reconditioned Bostitch...

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Having problems with the gun not pulling the next nail, the thickness of the wire between nails sticking in gun and then double shooting. using gun in new england, its cold we warm it first. any...


Nail feeder on this gun is both air and spring controlled. Air pressure retracts the feeder and a strong spring pushes the feeder back to front. Remove nails and leave side door open. Dry fire gun very rapidly against thick rubber pad and watch the feeder retract and return. It should move very rapidly all the way back and front again. If it appears to move slower than piston is moving then follow next step. Pull the feeder back manually with tip of screwdriver. It should be very hard to overcome spring. If spring feels strong then suspect feedpiston oring or air supply to feedpiston chamber is restricted with debris from inside of the gun housing or air is leaking where body of gun mates with lower nose. There is a small white oring that seals between body and nose base. Sometimes this oring will be over-compressed thus restricting air flow into feed chamber. Remove two allen screws at front of base to split body from base and reveal this oring. Parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect.com. Good holidays

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Spray gun wont stop spray when trigger is released


There is an adjustment nut on the back of the neddle but most likely is it wasn't cleaner the last time it was used. Take off the tip houseing then re move the nut on the front of the gun thats the seat for the carbide ball on the front of the neddle re move the neddle and clean all parts in laquor thinner then it should work

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Will not advance nailshandymanrentals


Open side door of nailer and dry fire the gun against rubber very rapidly, look at the feeder, it should move back and forward very rapidly. If it appears to move slowly check orings to feed piston and white oring between the body of gun and nose (remove the two screws into nose of gun). Sometimes pieces of the lower bumper will become lodged in air path to feed piston. Good luck

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