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The trigger sticks in the open position on my pp3816. Can this be repaired or is a new hande required

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Possibly gunk has accumulated inside the handle,preventing the trigger from moving correctly. Try spaying WD40 or other lubricant inside the handle around the trigger. That may loosen up the trigger. Also, try the WD40 on any part of the linkage that you can locate.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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