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Fires one nail then just a puff

Fires one nail then just a puff

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My portercable brad nailer just puffs air no nail at 90 lb. pressure


Sounds like you have a nail jam or a broken driver blade - there are other issues that can cause this but the most common is a jammed or broken driver.

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could be a jammed nail in the nose assembly, try removing all the nails and dry firing. If still the same after making sure nothing stuck in the nose, you probably have an issue with the firing valve or piston.

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When you try and fire the nailer, all I get is a puff of air out around the trigger area and no nailing. The problem started with low power and then finally quit. O-rings? Help Ed


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Gun fires mor than one nail at a time porter cable model da 250a 15 ga. finish nailer


There are two issues that people have with nailers that sound the same however are totally different. Firing more that one nail at a time can be taken as; two nails being driven with one fire or the nailer vary rapidly firing a second time almost instantly after firing the first nail and each time only drive one nail. Problem of double fire (either type) is very common with nailers (the gun very quickly fires twice), however two nails at once can only happen if the wrong gauge nails are used in the gun. A 15 g nailer can very easily pass two 18 g nails or, with more difficulty, pass two 16g nails. To help prevent the driver blade from hitting two nail heads at once, most drivers are slightly tapered at the tip so that the driver will hit the first nail and the tapered part will push the other nails back into the rails slightly. Remove the head of the nailer and pull out the driver. Measure or compare the thickness of the driver to the thickness of the nail head. If you are sure that you are using 15 gauge nails, check the driver for taper. The tapered part should face the rails. If not tapered, try carefully grinding a taper keeping the tip cool so that you do not effect the hardness. You could also check for other brands of 15 g nails with slightly more spacing between the nails. There is a big difference in quality among brands of nails. Good luck with your repair

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could be driver stuck with jammed nail or the firing valve is stuck in the head. If this is a Dewalt tool go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number for a breakdown before removing the cap.

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My brad nailer will not shoot any nails. When I press the trigger, I can hear a small puff of air.


it sounds like the piston/driver might be stuck or the firing valve is malfunctioning. there are 4 screws to remove the top cap and you can see if the driver is damaged. Also before removing check to make sure there is not a nail jammed in the nose assembly. This tool is good for breaking the pin on the piston.

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