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There is a nail head stuck in my nail gun. It is

There is a nail head stuck in my nail gun. It is stuck one inch away from the exit sleeve. How can I remove it?

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DONT PLAY WITH IT
send it back to the makers and get it done and you will get a ticket back with it in case something happens in a later date you are covered

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http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000035709.pdf



Loading Staples or Nails

Make sure there are no staples or nails jammed from previous usage by checking the handle operation.

CAUTION: IF A STAPLE OR NAIL IS JAMMED, POINT THE GUN AWAY FROM

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STAPLE OR NAIL MAY BE FIRED OUT UPON OPENING

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staple and nail exit) with point facing upwards (fig.1b) THE GUN MAY JAM IF NAILS ARE INSERTED IN THE

WRONG SIDE.
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iv) Slide staple or nail track back into closed position - a click indicates that it is locked in position.
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