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Spring has come loose

I have a spring that has come loose but it is not the spring in the staple drive nor is it the spring that is attached to the pressure point rod at the tip of the gun. It is 15 mm long and 5 mm wide. Any suggestions?? Thanks

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Springs about 1/2 long by 1/4 diameter....guess it is part of the head assembly.

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