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You may need a new one. Sounds like a malfunction causing the batteries to overheat, which could be dangeroua
Posted on Feb 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the furnace is overheating you are smelling the insulation and the adhesive glue burning. Shut the furnace down and find out why it is overheating. Make sure the filters are clean. Check the blower motor and capacitor.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
No need for concern. Just leave it there and then the next time you use it push a new one in as needed.
I haven't met a glue gun yet where you can take out the last remnants of glue stick.
If you prefer to remove it try this:
take a paper clip and straighten it (any thin,metal object will work) Heat the glue gun,unplug it,and then heat the end of the paper clip with a lighter/candle.
Insert it into the end that you load from,sticking it into the glue stick. Wait a short time and then pull the paper clip out. The glue stick should come out with it.
I find it easier to leave the glue stick in as I said,but it's your choice.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
SOURCE: I have a glue gun
i actually did this to one of my workshop guns i found the best way to fix it was to heat the gun up using a hair dryer and then pushing the old glue back up the tube and out and now when im not using the guns i take the glue stick completely out
best of luck
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
SOURCE: Cold heat glue gun directions??
Just flip the switch either forward for a brighter light or towards the back for a dimmer light wait 2 mintes and you're ready to go Unless of course its like mine & just want to be a dim flashlight not a glue gun.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
Hi, Check the battery contacts in the gun... heatman101
Here is a tip that I wrote about the Paslode nailers and the problems that can come up with them.
I also have a link to the Paslode manuals which contain Paslode cleaning and troubleshooting guides.
If you need parts for your Paslode, there also is a link for a site that sells the Paslode nailer parts.
Paslode Cordless Nailer Problems
Check the battery contacts in the gun...
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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