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Staples won't fire and come out the end of the staple gun. How do I fix this?

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I believe on that model you have to release the magazine latch, pull the lower half all the way back, load the staples into the upper half of the magazine, then close and latch the lower half. The staple pusher and spring are located in the lower half so the staples need to be in front of that for them to be properly pushed into the nose. Also make sure you are running the correct staple. There are 1/4" and 3/16" narrow crown staples out there and they don't interchange. The staples should slide freely in the magazine when they are loaded.

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Time for oring kit # d518005 available at Dewalt service center or at www.toolpartsdirect.com.
May as well order the replacement trigger valve while there. These two items will renew your gun. Good luck

Posted on Sep 16, 2011

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