Question about Senco SHF50 2" Hardwood Flooring Nailer 710001N
I have a SENCO SHF 50 floor nailer that is operating erratically. When operating at 90-110psi, it will sink 2-6 cleats and then leave the next 2-6 sticking up out of the wood by about 1/4-3/8". I can increase the air pressure significantly and it will sink the cleats much more regularly. This problem has been getting worse over time, but I don't know if the valve isn't allowing enough air into the cylinder or if the piston assembly is worn. It seemed tight, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything. The compressor is supplying plenty of air at the end of the hose. Suggestions? Parts are expensive and I don't want to buy something that I don't need.
Most likely you need new gaskets. They are cheap and easy to replace and its a good place to start.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Mine needs a new gasket after to jobs , is not a good tool
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
Some Senco tools reqire oil. there is oil specially designed for tools.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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