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Bostitch 2in1. Nail stucked, can't pull it out.

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You will have to take some screws out of the nose assembly, with really bad jams, thats all you can do

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When I pull trigger air is escaping around the trigger and nailer will not engage


you need a new trigger valve assembly, there is an o ring that has split. Contact Bostitch for a replacement part.

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The gun will fire staples, nails do not set.


Shoots staples fine but brads jam or bend. Check that the part called "guide bar", #35 on the parts diagram isn't getting stuck in the channel of part #30.

The guide bar retracts into the channel when driving a staple and springs out of the channel to guide brads.

The guide bar can get stuck in the channel if it's bent or gummed up. (Bent is likely the result of driving a brad into an obstruction.)

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My Bostitch SB 2in1 nailer will only on occation nail all the way into the wood. For the most part the nail will bend over before it goes in, which damages the wood. I spend more time tying to pull out...


I ran into this problem many times. Don`t use the Bostitch brand nails. Use the generic or other name brand. You`ll notice the generic one`s heads are just a little bigger and the driver blade won`t run down the side of the nail!
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Jeff

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I have a bostitch SB 16 finish nailer that has a rack of nails stuck in th loading barrel. I need to take the barrel apart to get them out, How do I do this?


The solution provided is harder then it needs to be. Where the nail gun handle attachs to the nail magazine there are 2 bolts. Remove these bolts and the nail magazine slides right out and you can get to the jammed nail. It still took some effort on my part to get the nail out but this was a lot easier then removing the 4 bolts previously suggested.

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