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How to put back an Eagle tagging gun after i opened it to clear the jam

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SOURCE: had a paper jam it said open the back door to clear the jam

Try this.
Open up the printer and remove the cartridge.
next, lift up the metal flap (you shopuld see a note on the flap to this affect) to remove the paper "stuck" in the printer.
If there is a sheet of paper still lodged in the exit path, remove this by pulling it out from the back of the printer.
Insert the cartridge back into the printer remembering to put the metal flap back down into its original position first.
Turn off the printer using the on/off switch at the side of the printer.
Wait about 15 to 20 seconds and then turn it back on again. Printer will now start again and should resume printing again from the point where the paper got jamed.
Rod Salter.

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SOURCE: how do i clear a nail jammed in the gun?

I may need more information but you ,should be able to take it apart like any other nail gun.

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SOURCE: paper jam in exit area

Disconnect it completely from power and re-connect again.

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My Pro 8000 stapler has about 20 staples jamed I need to how to unjam thew booklet does not show this

Clearing the Nail and
Staple Chamber
If, while using your Cobra

and nail gun, it becomes necessary to
clear a jam from the staple chamber or
track, follow these instructions:

With the bottom of the gun
facing away from your face and
body, open the staple chamber by
squeezing and pulling the plastic
track release straight down away
from the base of the gun and
sliding the track back.(Fig 1)
(Note: the jammed staple or nail
may cause the track to be harder
to slide out than usual. Once the
staple or nail has been cleared,
the track will resume its normal,
free operation) Loose staples or
nails will be expelled from the

Clear any remaining staples or
nails from the track and chamber

Reload the Cobra staple and nail
gun and continue using.

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ET200 won't shoot nails. The light works but it doesn't shoot. The chamber is clear of jammed nails HELP!

I had this problem too, and finally figured out what was wrong. If you have cleared a jam and have put the nail gun back together, then all you get is a 'thunk' when you try to drive a brad, you have put it back together wrong, as I did. Take the two screws out and pull out all four pieces -- three plates and one skinny 'T' shaped piece. Look inside the unit and you'll see a pointed piece, which is the hammer that drives the brad in. This next step is key: put the first plate back in (the one that is flat on both sides) making sure that it slides in UNDER the hammer. The hammer fits loosely in its housing, so it may help to turn the nailer upside down so that the hammer falls down, giving you the room you need to get the plate in--again, so that it's UNDER the hammer when you turn the nailer back over. Once you have done this part, simply slide the second piece in (the one with the fluted strip down the middle), slide it in fluted side up, then the 'T' piece (with the 'T' in first) then the last piece with the wider groove that contains the 'T' piece. Replace screws and you're back in business! This information may be in the instructions, but I have long ago thrown those away.

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How do I open the swingline model 900xd

It took me and my boss wrestling with this mongo stapler for 15 minutes to figure it out! :0)

To open the front end, pull up on the handle while simultaneously pushing down on the small black lever on the front. This takes some firmness and be warned, if it's jammed with staples it's going to take some serious force to get it open - watch your fingers!!! I strongly suggest the minute you get a jam, open up the front and clear it. Don't continue to staple in hopes it will work or clear itself or you will have a build up of jammed staples making it almost impossible to open and clear. Also note that when you open up the front end the staples tend to shoot out so be careful.

To open the back end to load staples, push forward and up.

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My bostitch 1664fn finish nail gun blows lots of air out exaust

Open the front and clear any jammed nails that are there. Oil the gun, push the drive pin back in if it didn't go back in when the front was off and try again. If there are repeated nail jam issues, try genuine Bostich nails.

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I have a craftsman nailer full head framing gun. There is a jam of 2 nails in the cylinder. How do you unjam the gun

On that nailer, you have to remove the nail Magazine. And then clear jam thru the sloted open side. And then put the Magazine back on. Usually one big bolt on each side of the nose and 1 or 2 bolts on the rear body.

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How do i clear a nail jammed in the gun?

I may need more information but you ,should be able to take it apart like any other nail gun.

Aug 03, 2009 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Help! My finishing nailer seems to have stopped driving the nail, period. It sounds like it is working but I am not sure if the hammer is even pulling back into the driver enough to actually drive...

It sounds like your gun has jammed. The fix isn't hard. First, though,make sure that your compressor is putting up sufficient pressure. Most of my jams happen when I drive brads and forget to turn the compressor back on! If the pressure is good, you'll need to check for a jammed brad. Disconnect the gun from the compressor. Pull back the slide and remove the brads from the magazine. At the front of the nailer, you'll find a cover, close to where the brads exit the gun. Open the cap and it will reveal a tab that will give you access to the nailing slide. Your gun probably came with allen wrenches, and they may be located on the gun, or in the case. Mine are along the slide, tucked in, and look like a part of the gun. You'll need an allen wrench (most likely) to remove the two allen screws that hold the cover assembly to the gun. Remove the screws, making note how the piece comes off. With the piece off you should be able to see where the brads come to the nailer from the magazine. Look for a hung up brad here. If you note a silvery piece of metal in front of the magazine, fear not, that is the hammer slide. The compressed air powers the slide down, peeling a brad from the magazine and driving it in. If necessary, you can gently press the slide back up. Try not to bend it. Locate the jammed brad(s) and wiggle them out of the gun to clear it. Sometimes it is easier to push them back into the magazine and shake them out. It takes a little finessing to get it right, but perservere. Reassembly is the reverse of the break down. Oil your gun daily. I put a few drops of oil into the air inlet at the gun before I connect the air line, and then drive a few brads into scrap wood.
Hope this gets you going on your project.
Best regards, --WoobieDog--

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How to remove jammed staples in staple gun?

Take out the small bolt that is secured with a nut at the back of the gun (at the end where you feed the staples) -- then drop the inset. Now you have access to the jammed area. Clear out jammed staples and put the stapler back together. Easiest way is to hold the nut and turn the bolt from the other side.

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There's a jammed staple but I can't figure out how to open it to fix the problem and refill it

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