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FN250A finish nailer will only shoot one nail then has to be manually reset

Could be caused by bent driver, piston oring too tight or too loose cylinder split or check band broken or slipped out of place. Easy to check. Remove the head and pull out the cylinder. Check band fits around series of very small holes on mid-lower part if cylinder. Check band looks like rubber band, should fit snugly around cylinder and cover the small holes (any band will do if broken, even many orings side by side). Driver should not be bent, if bent, try of adjust but use caution because it could break easily. The driver should fit into cylinder so that it does not fall thru cylinder under it's own weight. The driver should stay in place and moved with little effort. Good luck

Feb 07, 2013 | Porter Cable Air Tools & Compressors

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Fit new boots outer and inner holden rodeo1996

Best method is to pull the shafts and fit complete boots with bands . If you want a quicky job you can buy boots that are split and you put these around the shaft and pinch togeather or glue togeather and then use bands. Depends on wether you want a long lasting job or not. I sure Repco still sell them

Feb 07, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Senco nailgun sn4 plunger doesn't retract

The driver will not retract if the driver is bent, piston oring too loose or too tight or the check band is loose or missing. Easy test, remove air and push the piston to top of cylinder. It should move up with very little effort. If hard to push, oring too tight or driver bent. If piston moves too easily and drops back down under its own weigth, oring too loose. If easy to push and stays suspect check band (check band is located on the outer lower part of the cylinder. Looks like black rubber band or series of orings that fit over series of holes. ). If the band is split or broken, replace with series of orings to cover all holes, or use any rubber like bicycle tube. Good luck with your repair.

Sep 28, 2012 | Air Tools & Compressors

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How long after lap band surgery can I use exercise bands?

Doctors recommend that you wait three to five weeks from thetime of your surgery before using an exercise band. However, even after that time, it isimperative to be very cautious and notto over do it.

Jul 09, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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Plastic portion of band split

you will have to purchase a new band since you cannot fix the plastic. If under warranty it might be replaced by Cartier , I am not 100 percent sure on their band replacements for plastic bands.

You might be able to find a band cheaper on ebay

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Pins keep popping out when watch band gets snagged. What size are the pins for watch band?

mcdevito75 here, These pins may be a bit worn in the band of your watch, if so, you"d have to order a kit with various size pins for replacement. BEST BET, look for a small watch repair shop to fit new pins in the band.

Jul 12, 2010 | Timex Ironman 30 Lap 53952 Wrist Watch

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I need to change my watch band

Where the band meets the watch - push the band a bit to expose the pins that hold it on.. The pins are spring loaded and will compress with the push from a tiny flat screw driver..

You can get replacement bands at most retal stores..

OR - take the watch to WalMart jewlrey dept and find a band that fits and they will help you chang it..

Good luck ;o)

Sep 16, 2009 | Casio G-Shock GW300CA-1V Wrist Watch

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Watchband replacements?

On ebay you will be able to find the correct Casio band for your watch. There are 2 or 3 dealers that sell them but a little advice....don't buy the cheap ones! Buy ONLY the Casio replacement band and it will fit perfectly. You will need the spring bar tool to remove the pins that hold the band to the case. Don't try to install or remove the band without will gouge the case at the pin stems and you will not be happy. They are cheap and worth every penny. can also direct you to their watch bands. Hope this helps you and good luck!

Dec 11, 2008 | Casio G-Shock GW500A-1V Wrist Watch

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Want to fit a watch band. take links out.

You need a link tool. You can purchase this item on Ebay or watch parts sites. Some have a little track that you put the band on and screw a pin into the pin on the band and it pushes the split pin out and you remove the link. Pay attention to the pins on the band. You need to push out the side with the split pin that looks like a flathead screw. It sometimes is. In most cases it is a pin. When the link is removed you have to connect to the next link and push the pin into the hole again and it shoul go in the direction of the other pins. The pin should go in on the side with the split looking pins. You will need special tools: pin pusher device, a pin block and hammer with pins to hammer out the pins on the band usually. Some or most folks take classes to learn this but you may be handy and figure it out.

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Replacement bracelet for Tag Heur 6000 series, model #WH1151.BD0678

I have two tag 6000. one of the watch bands broke and I found a great fix. look on ebay for a rubber band called for rolex presidents. it fits the tag and the ribbing goes perfectly with the watch style. a easy and inexpensive fix, although you loose the stainless band...good luck

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