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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the best place i can send you to is "google,,sprinfield rifle schematics" you will fine a blow up photo of all the parts to look at,, but the fault is in the triger sear return spring
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
I have the same problem and found the fix. The angled bar from the foot to roughly the trigger is not pushing the trigger release in far enough. If you push the relase in manually, it will fire. Then you can adjust it accordingly.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Make sure your battery is new. It doesn't take a lot of voltage drop to affect performance.
Make sure your marker is clean, and properly lubed with a quality oil make for paintball.
Make sure your board connections are secure. You can change modes on the e-trigger yes? Go through them and fire a few times in each to ensure it's changing.
Make sure you have a full tank of air while your testing to make sure this isn't a problem as well, or causing your issues.
Play hard, play safe, play with honor!
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
There are 4 orings that cause this problem. Two are in the trigger valve installed on the firing pin. The firing pin can be seen just under the trigger, however if you replaced the valve, you could assume no problems with the trigger valve. I would take apart the old trigger valve and examine the orings on the pin. The pin should fit snugly in the trigger valve cap and also in the valve. If the orings look good and it does fit snugly, most likely valve is still good. The other two orings to suspect are installed on the cylinder inside the nailer and make contact with the bulkhead (white plastic piece that seals the cylinder note parts reference 55, 74, 11 on the parts list). For parts list and to order parts go to www.toolpartsdirect.com Good luck with your repair.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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