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I just had the same problem with mine. Exact same symptoms. My guess is that your gun hasn't been used in a while.

I called Senco and they recommended removing the top cap, removing all o-rings (one at a time) gently stretch them, put a small amount of lithium grease in the o-ring track, and replace the o-rings. This fixed my problem and I hope it fixes yours!

Senco has awesome tech support for their tools. I will not buy another brand because of their support. 800-543-4506

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