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Pressing the trigger releases air but no brads are fired.

No jams, oiled and cleaned.

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SOURCE: air is leaking from around the trigger on model

first off it is dangerious,take it back to where you bought it, hopefully it is still under warrenty.
and if not find some repair shop to fix it for you.

Posted on Mar 03, 2011

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Rather than try to repair it or look into it, call the dealer or take it back to him as you will invalidate your warranty if you do anything to the unit, and that is not worth it. Let the dealer worry about it.

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SOURCE: My braid nailer will not fire. I can hear air when I pull trigger but it will not fire, almost like it has a brad jamed in it but do not see one?

Most likely stuck driver or headvalve. Easy fix. Remove the head, pull out the driver and check for bent shaft, if ok, lube and reinstall. Next remove the valve within the head, lube and reinstall. Replace parts as meeded. Retest. If it still does not fire, could be that the safety foot is not pushing the firing pin all the way up into the valve. Easy to check. Remove the nails, remove the trigger to expose the firing valve pin. Dry fire the gun by quickly depressing the valve pin with finger. If it fires, adjust safety foot as needed. Parts are at www.toolpartsdirect.com

Posted on Nov 03, 2011

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