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Riveter doesn't eject the pin after rivet is seated.

I have a brand new Stanley riveter (MR33C). It does a good job of driving the rivets, but it fails to eject the pin. I take care to use the right-sized head, but the problem continues. I will appreciate any suggestions.

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If your pop riveter is the same as mine, after you install a rivet you must turn the tool over and spread the arms and the stem from the old rivet will drop out. I had one stem stick inside the tool, and had to disassemble the whole thing...if you have to do this, have a friend with need 4 hands.

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    Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01 .
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