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So I have a senco gas framing nailer and it doesn't fire it seems to me that the saftey isn't catching or somethjng because I can push it against some wood the fan comes on and I can smell the gas but It won't fire also when I push it against the wood the chamber that holds the gas in the old pops open everytime but closes when I let off.... Am I doing something wrong or did something break.... Or does anyone else have this problem?? Every once in a while it will fire if I try to hold that chamber closed....

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