Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Did you take the nails out a check the safety , where the nail comes out ? Sounds like a stick or stuck safety switch . Good Luck !!!!!!!!
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Any time these guns become intermittent or stop firing but the fan still runs, the first the to check is the expiration date on the gas cartridges. The do expire and this will make the gun work inconsistently or not at all.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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could be quite a few problems, to start what is it doing exactly, can you hear the fan come on when the safety is depressed or the trigger is squeezed, if not could be a bad fan motor, electrical short in the board a loose connection, the light on the side, what color is it flashing when you try depressing the trigger, if it is red the battery could be a problem, Let me know some more information along with the model number and I will try and help
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
could be a bent probe not allowing full travel of the safety , fan motor, loose wire, or circuit assembly. If you are handy with tools, remove the battery and fuel cell. remove the 4 screws holding the cover on top of the cylinder assembly and down where the saety is remove the 2 screws there also. gently pull the cylinder off the tool. when you have apart check toe condition of the Oring on the top plate where the fan motor is. Now reinsert the battery and you will see a rocker switch towards the top, depress it and the fan motor should come on. if not try and depress the trigger switch and again the fan motor should come on. If neither start looking for loose or broken wires, if you find none then I would guess the terminal board would be bad. you can also remove the handle halves and look for a loose connection at the board itself, they sometimes wiggled loose where it plugs in. Good luck and let me know.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
what is the expiration date on the bottom of the fuel cell?? Also what were the condition of the o rings and did you relube with a good quallity oil. What I would do is remove the front assembly to expose the fan only and then insert a battery, pull the trigger and the fan should run for a few seconds, next there is a roller lever towards the top, depress it keeping fingers away from fan and again it should run for a few seconds, next depress and hold the lever and then pull the trigger and you should see it fire, repeat this several times, that will narrow it down to the spark unit/electronic assenbly or the cylinder.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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