Question about Stanley Tools & Hardware - Others
A good trick is to hold the trigger in while attaching your air hose to it this sometimes will force the piston to unfreeze (make sure you are pointing it away from you you will have to hold it against something to engage the safety.
if not the top of the gun has 4 hex screws you may need to unscrew them paying attention to where the gaskets and parts go.
Open it up push on the piston to see if it will move have you been adding your 2-3 drops of oil every day when you use the gun?
you may try adding a bit of oil around the piston to see if you can free it.
if you see rust in there pitch it as its gone.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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