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Angle brader firing problem

I have a paslode angle brader Q when gun warms up firing pin dosent come back far enough to pick up next nail .can anyone advise thx owen

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Not real familiar with the gun in question, but when i have that problem with my Senco guns I usually make sure the nose is clean of gunk and spray some WD40 up the nose

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