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An activates fan activates when nib is down and trigger is pressed. no nail fires help|| on 2 years od|

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Check to be sure that there is not part of a nail jammed in the gun. If not, use some WD-40 or other lube to lubricate the path of the nails. You may want to take the entire head assembly apart, look for crud and remove it then lube each piece as you reassemble it. And always put a couple of drops in the air intake of the gun each time you use it.

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