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Driver pin is worn out

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It fires but won't no nails


Open the feeder Make sure the firing pin high enough return a little extra oil can sometimes be the difference if it is a very small tacker is possible that the air outlet filter is closed beaten a cylinder seal but also the driving force of the nail feeding or regular yet if the wrong nail is used.

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My hitachi nail gun NV 50AA will fire, but won't advance the nails on a regular basis


NV50 nailer is very difficult to repair due to complicated feeder /feeder spring / feeder retainer pin design. You most likely need to replace the orings on the feeder piston. Problem is that you must remove the feed pin/ spring to get the piston out. If you are going to attempt to replace the orings, study how the pin is installed otherwise you will make it worse. Order new springs (2 different springs ) and install them when you are going back together. Good luck

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replace trigger , sounds like your trigger is keeping the firing valve in the open position allowing air to push the driver down, and exhausting the air out of the top, could also be that the firing valve itself is worn or broken

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Porter-cable plunger extended and will not reload new nail


could be a jammed nail in the nose assembly, try removing all the nails and dry firing. If still the same after making sure nothing stuck in the nose, you probably have an issue with the firing valve or piston.

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Gun fires mor than one nail at a time porter cable model da 250a 15 ga. finish nailer


There are two issues that people have with nailers that sound the same however are totally different. Firing more that one nail at a time can be taken as; two nails being driven with one fire or the nailer vary rapidly firing a second time almost instantly after firing the first nail and each time only drive one nail. Problem of double fire (either type) is very common with nailers (the gun very quickly fires twice), however two nails at once can only happen if the wrong gauge nails are used in the gun. A 15 g nailer can very easily pass two 18 g nails or, with more difficulty, pass two 16g nails. To help prevent the driver blade from hitting two nail heads at once, most drivers are slightly tapered at the tip so that the driver will hit the first nail and the tapered part will push the other nails back into the rails slightly. Remove the head of the nailer and pull out the driver. Measure or compare the thickness of the driver to the thickness of the nail head. If you are sure that you are using 15 gauge nails, check the driver for taper. The tapered part should face the rails. If not tapered, try carefully grinding a taper keeping the tip cool so that you do not effect the hardness. You could also check for other brands of 15 g nails with slightly more spacing between the nails. There is a big difference in quality among brands of nails. Good luck with your repair

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Model # N88RH When I pull the trigger it drives the nail but then it takes 3-5 seconds for the driver to return to the top so I can fire another nail. What would cause this problem? THANKS.


Do you lubricate it regularly? Give it a squirt of oil, see if that brings it back to where it should be.

That's a nice gun, when I can afford it I'll have one too.

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Skips a nail after each shot


When this has happened to me, I found that the feeder was sticking. This is usually due to a lack of lubrication. Try placing some pneumatic oil onto the feeder area and then trigger the gun a number of times to work it in. (I usually fire the gun without nails for this.) Then load up the nails and try again. Make sure that you add oil to the air stream on a regular basis to keep this from happening again.

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I have the above dewalt gun just its battery powered, and it doesnt fire the nails


if the nailer is for 18 guage nail use 18 gauge nail if not 16 guage will jam. if it is not the problem is the profile return asyy may jam in side.

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Professional-grade varieties are automatic, and fire a nail directly upon pulling the trigger. A semi-automatic nail gun is more appropriate for beginners, since it requires a two step process: pull the trigger and then tap the barrel against the wood. This safety feature protects the user from accidentally firing a nail gun and injuring himself or others.

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Professional-grade varieties are automatic, and fire a nail directly upon pulling the trigger. A semi-automatic nail gun is more appropriate for beginners, since it requires a two step process: pull the trigger and then tap the barrel against the wood. This safety feature protects the user from accidentally firing a nail gun and injuring himself or others.

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