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How do you adjust depth on rapesco brad nailer electric

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Open the top where the plunger is...remove the jam and push the plunger back..close up the gun and you should be fine. Make sure you disconnect your air hose first!!!

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SOURCE: my black and decker 18v brad nailer will not shoot brad

I had a 12v b&d brad nailer that stopped working.It would just blink & blink (red light on tool). I took it to b&d service center, and I was sent a new 18v nailer. Now I've had this nailer less than a year, I
believe this is the 2nd or 3rd time I use it. It's doing the same thing
as the 12v. I just use it around the house. The batteries are good.
I 've also had the charger go bad and the batteries. which have also
gone bad.

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SOURCE: My Stanley Bostitch SB-1850BN brad nailer will not

You may have a broken tip or bent driver. Remove tha nails from gun and dry fire into a piece of wood. You should see a nice little indention. If you continue to hold the trigger and the nailer against wood after firing, the driver will stay in the lower position for examination. Just fire into wood and keep gun against wood while holding trigger and lean gun to side untill you see the tip. If you see broken tip or no tip order repair kit that includes driver, or driver alone from www.bostitch.com or ebay. Good luck

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SOURCE: My Dewalt 18v nailer consistently

Hello,
I did not understand all you said but I think you are not using right nails (16 ga. Angled paslode nails)

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SOURCE: Describe your NT50AE2 2" Brad

Hi Randy,

Welcome to fixya!

Copy and paste this web address into your browser and a webpage will open with your nailer on it: http://www.hitachipowertools.ca/en/Products?cat=29&pid=254
Scroll down the page to the bottom of the description and you will see the owner's manual listed. Click on that and you can download and print a copy.

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Handie Andie

Posted on Aug 21, 2011

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Hi Randy,

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Copy and paste this web address into your browser and a webpage will open with your nailer on it: http://www.hitachipowertools.ca/en/Products?cat=29&pid=254
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Our Brad nailer model SB-1842BN is well oiled but it will shoot the brads just a little into wood or not at all. Help!!


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The depth to which a fastener is driven is controlled by the depth adjustment

knob (A) Fig. 19 below. The depth of drive is factory adjusted to a nomimal setting.

Test fire a fastener and check depth. If

a change is desired, rotate the

adjustment knob (A) Fig. 19: the

adjustment knob has detents every 1/4

turn. Rotate the knob clockwise (see

Fig. 19), to increase the depth of drive,

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I have a Porter Cable brad nailer BN125A, at 125 PSI and depth adjustement turned to the deepest drive setting, the brad does not set flush with the surface. Problem?


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