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Unfortunately Kango is out of business, they were a great hammer though. My understanding is Milwaukee bought them and marketed them mostly in the UK - you can still find some parts overseas but it is hit or miss.
There are a couple of main things that could cause this. Unfortunately this is an obsolete machine and I doubt you will be able to find any spares for it. Probable causes are worn seals/in need of service. Worn armature pinion gear and/or crank pinion gear. Ideally you should replace both if either one is damaged, even if the other one looks ok. There are always other possibilities but they it would need stripping on the hammer mech to check all the piston/pins/anvils etc. This is a very old machine (I cut my teeth on these when i started in the trade 20yrs ago).