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Paslode cordless nail gun which way does the

Paslode cordless nail gun which way does the driver blade go in??? Chamfer side up or down???

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Chamfer side goes towards the nails/magazine

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This response does not speak directly about your model of nailer, however addresses the problem of the nail supply. Generic nail suppliers are trying to sell us nails that are not exactly a perfect fit for our nailers. Nail guns are made for an exact angle and head of nail. Yet printed on the box of some of the case of nails, I see that the nails contained within will fit a variety of nailers with a variety of angles (+/- several degrees ).
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Recall that the nail should align perfectly with the path of the driver so that the driver blade will hit squarely on the head of the first nail over the shaft of the nail. If the head of the nails is forced away from the centerline of the path of the driver one way or the other, you will not get a solid square hit driving the nail true (think of hitting a nail with a large hand held hammer with an angular blow bending the nail). If the nail head is angled too far towards the path of the driver, the driver can hit two nails (the driver will hit the edge of the second nail of the strip).
The driver is designed so that it will not touch the second nail on the strip (assuming the nails fit perfectly). The driver blade is tapered at the bottom on the side that faces the nails. This taper allows the driver to hit the first nails then gently nudge the rest of the nails back into the rails slightly. To verify the shape of the driver blade, dry fire your gun into soft wood and examine the imprint. The imprint will not be round, but "D" shaped or flat on both sides like some Paslode framers. The flat side of the "D" will face towards the rails.
By using the information here, choose the nails that best fit (align) your gun (measure the angle with a protractor) . The lumber yards do not have a very good selection of brands. Try a professional fastener store that deals in nails and nail gun repair. Good luck

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Hi,
Yes you need to oil driver blade piston.
You need to check for spark. With no nail or gas in it. Take of main cylinder(4bolts on top, 2 bolts on nose. And then put in battery. And then push upper switch(behind roller at top) and the fan will come on. And then pull the trigger. You should have spark.
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