Question about Arrow ET200 Electric Brad Nail Gun
I just bought this yesterday so maybe this a defect or is there something I am not doing. I bought this because I am not good with a hammer. keep hitting my fingers. So at least with the gun only putting the nails in 1/8" I don't have to hold the nail to hammer it.
This electric nail gun does not have much power. Try shorter nails and softer wood. You need a pneumatic nail or staple gun for medium or heavy work. I have both a nailer and stapler and neither are very good.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
If you do not plug the tool directly into the wall outlet, you must use a heavy duty (12 ga+) extension cord. Even with heavy duty extension cords, you must not use one that is too long or the tool will not get enough voltage/current to fire properly.
To adjust the depth of penetration (different woods, different penetrations, must adjust accordingly), try the following link: http://www.ehow.com/how_6427787_adjust-arrow-et200-nail-gun.html
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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