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How to repair a Dewalt DC608

The nails don't go through the wood

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SOURCE: my brand new DC608 18 gauge nailer jams every time on the 2nd nail.

Per your addendum I would have first told you to check that you are using the proper guage nails. Second you should make sure you are loading the nails in the lowest channel in the magazine so they are at the bottom of the magazine. If you load them into the top of the magazine they have more time to go off course before they get into the wood.

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SOURCE: dewalt corless nailer lost power while puting nails in wood, he is working but does not have power to go all the way in the wood

Have you been keeping the gun properly lubricated? In the high dust atmosphere of the workplace it needs cleaned & lubed frequently.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2012

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Hi,

You can go to this webpage and download the owner's manual which gives instructions: http://servicenet.dewalt.com/Products/Detail?productNumber=DC608K
You can also download a parts diagram and order parts here.

I looked through the manual and found that DeWalt's Brad Nailer does not require tools to remove jammed nails from the nose piece. I believe this is the problem with your nailer, unless it's empty. Some of these nailers will not fire if there's less than 6 nails in them.
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