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Adjust anti-scald delta B114900

Adjusting the anti scald is pretty simple on this device. Attached is a photo of breakdown for this. Basically, unscrew the labeled part to access a very small black rubber gasket. Remove the black gasket to gain access to the anti scald part. You have have to use needle nose pliers to remove the black gasket but it does come off. Once you have this part off, you will see the two parts (with teeth like a wheel) that will adjust the hot water levels. Remove the part on top and turn the little "handle" clockwise towards "3'oclock" to make the water hotter. The part itself will not allow you to go past "3 oclock" for safety reasons. adjust-anti-scald-delta-b114900-ucghvzot5faznyh4jdqs4e5n-4-0.jpg

Jan 19, 2013 | Delta & Single Handle Shower Faucet

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Lockout Follower bar and spring location for Paslode 900420 Nailer

you can try going to and downloading a breakdown of this tool. The lockout bar and spring go under the metal plate on the side where the pusher spring is. You have to remove the nose piece (2 screws) and lift the metal plate. Towards the bottom there is a slot that the spring goes in and as you are holding the spring push on the back side and lay the lockout bar in place. Replace the metal plate and hold in place to ensure these parts more freely. Reassemble tool. Let me know if you need more assistance.

Mar 11, 2012 | RTO PasLode 900420 Impulse Framing Nailer

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Remove a jam staple from a hardwood floor stapler

on that model there should be a few bolts on the tip side of the nose , remove screws and top part of nose and remove the damaged staple,, then replace parts

Nov 30, 2009 | Surebonder Pneumatic Stapler

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Porter Cable FN250B nailer won't nail. It makes a thunk when the trigger is pulled, and air escapes around the trigger. The piston does not move.It does not seem to be related to the saftey.

it sounds like there is a jammed nail in the nose/magazine or possibly a bent or broken driver. UNPLUG the air and remove the top cap carefully and see if the piston is twisted in the cylinder. Let me know and I will try and find you a breakdown for this tool

Nov 02, 2009 | Porter Cable Air Tools & Compressors

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Want to replace broken locking pin

It appears that the retainer is removed from the outside, Go to and under manuals type in your model number I used 890 and you can download a breakdown for this tool. Did you remove the motor from the base so you can see it more clearly, the retainer might be an E clip that slides off with a pair of needle nose pliers.

Oct 17, 2009 | Porter Cable 8901 Router

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Piston does not retract all the way up after driving roofing nail.

you could have a jam in the nose area or a problem with the o rings being worn out. Do you oil the tool regularly and when was the last time serviced. Give me the exact brand and model number and I will try and find a parts breakdown for you, they are not that hard to repair.

Sep 19, 2009 | Porter Cable Air Tools & Compressors

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you have a problem with the nose or the driver. I would also check for a jammed nail in the nose assembly. let me know what the model number is and I will try and find a breakdown for you.

Sep 18, 2009 | Stanley Bostitch Coil Framing Nailer

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How do you install nose cushion (part#894742) on brad nailer(model# bn125a)?

You should be able to just push it onto the the safety latch part 417 on the breakdown. The open part faces forward and you push the latch into the opening in the back of the nose cushion. It will then lock into place by the tabs on the latch.

Sep 10, 2009 | Porter Cable 18 - Gauge Brad Nailer and...

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PIN100 leaves about a 1/8" of pin exposed every time.

I have seen many Porter Cable pin nailers with a bent or broken driver. Easy to check. With breakdown in hand ( remove head nut and other parts to gain access to piston/driver. (parts # 60084) Most drivers have the tip missing or driver is bent. Replace as needed. If driver looks good replace driver into cylinder and push all the way down. The driver should extend about 1/8" past nose. Check for obstruction around lower bumper. Parts are not expensice and are available at Please email if you have any questions. Good luck.

Feb 16, 2009 | Porter Cable 23GA Pin Nailer Kit

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Front nose emblem

Incorrect on removal of the nose. You can remove the drivers side grill and reach the emblem nut. Just changed mine 1 week ago.

Oct 05, 2008 | 1979 Pontiac Firebird

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