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Stanley 18 gauge air nailer. air comes out from valve under trigger removed valved and replaced o rings there,s a washer( plastic concave soft)wich was split thats the only thig i found where can i get this part

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If you go to the Stanley/Bostitch website look under "service" you will find a "service center locator" find one in your area. They will have the parts you need.

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Nailer is shooting air out of trigger, is not releasing brad


Sounds like the head valve. Remove the head cap take out the head valve, clean, re-fit and give it a few drops of air line oil. Then give it a try. Good luck.

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When you pull the trigger air comes out near the trigger and no nail is fired.


The problem that you describe indicates that the orings within the trigger failed. You could replace the orings if you have a source for very small rings (2mm x 1.5 for the firing pin inside the trigger valve) or just replace the whole trigger assembly (under $10). Lube all orings with white grease or silicone paste lube (remove head and lube head valve assembly). Good luck

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Leaking air through trigger area. Will not nail at all.


The trigger valve has seven orings. The oring kit may not include all orings needed. To replace the trigger valve, remove nails, remove the rollpin holding the trigger with 3mm driver to expose the trigger valve. Next remove one or two roll pins holding the trigger valve in the body of the gun. Apply air pressure to gun and catch the valve with gloved hand (use caution because the valve may come out with force). Note the position of the valve in the body of the gun in relation to the roll pins. If the firing pin seems loose in the body of the valve, replace the whole valve(could be # tva6 cost about 20 dollars on ebay). Good luck

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Have a bostich finish nailer, just started this weekend. started to let air out of th back end .I could take off the air supply and it would reset. Then it would do nothing. The stricker stays out and air...


sounds like a problem with the trigger valve. I would unplug the air and then remove the trigger valve and try and lube it and then reinstall to see if it was sticking.

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Air is leaking from somewhere around the trigger and the nailer will not fire...the gun is only about 3 months old


I would take it back for warranty repair if it is that new. If not I have detailed instructions on how to remove the trigger valve assembly from the tool. If it is leaking air it is probably a split o ring on the valve.

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The problem is most likely the trigger valve. P/N FA205BA1 any Bostitch dealer should be able to get it for you. Its a complete cartridge that slids into the gun frame, unfortunatly you can't just change the o-rings.

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When I pull trigger air is escaping around the trigger and nailer will not engage


you need a new trigger valve assembly, there is an o ring that has split. Contact Bostitch for a replacement part.

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Trigger Valve needs replacing. Part Number is FA205BA1. The valve comes with instructions, its a pretty easy fix. Any BBostitch dealer should be able to get you one.

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Air blows thru the trigger on both my finish nailer and staple gu


there is an o ring in the trigger valve referred to as a Purple o ring that is probably split. If you can find a air tool center that has them you will save a lot of money versus replacing the trigger valve. Let me know what you are going to do and I will help you with the removal of the valve.

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If the air is coming out the trigger it must be replaced. Depending on the model of gun you will have to replace the trigger assembly or various o-Rings. Find a Bostitch dealer in your area and they will supply the parts you require.

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