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Brand new and leaks all of the air our the top, no power to shoot brad.

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Hi Philip, if pressing the gun down on timber and pulling the trigger doesn't release the switch to close the valve spray a little lubricant down the inlet connector with the trigger pressed then release. apply air and keep trying and if all else fails I think its time to return for a replacement or refund.

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I have seen this problem several times and have been able to repair like new by replacing part #894737 head valve seal. Upon assembly examine metal parts for fine scratches where orings or seals contact. Remove scratches with fine sandpaper (300-400 grit). Lube orings/seals with silicone lube sold at Lowes in the plumbing department (Danco Brand). You can buy this part from local Dewalt repair center or on the net at www.toolpartsirect.com. This part is alco included in kit #60061. Install the kit if gun is several years old or has lots of wear. This nailer will not operate correctly if there is an air leak. If you have a leak after installing new part/parts please email for directions. Good luck!

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