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Internal air leak won't pressure up

Plug in air & it sounds like it's blowing out the vent in handle & won't pressure up & shoot

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    clayton hotvedt Apr 13, 2014

    took it into dealer & he changed all the usual seals still doing same but we ordered some parts & will attempt another repair

  • ray0427c Apr 13, 2014

    Hope it works out well for you

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Sounds like the trigger valve is bad. If the air is leaking out of the trigger you can buy a kit and replace it. Try eReplacementParts com or your local Bostitch service store. It's really simple to change, check out this site for step by step, How To Replace The Trigger Valve On Bostich Nail Gun How To Guides DIY... OEM Replacement Parts DIY Repair

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