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THE AIR IS PASSING THROUGH THE GUN OUT THE TOP

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You have a bad seal and need a rebuld get a kit from your local supplier

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Nailer wont advance the nails then it shoots blank


Try ez test to check for proper operation. Remove nails and air supply, point nose of gun up then down again. The driver should not move from the top of cylinder position. If driver is moving up then down replace the driver oring. If driver oring seems ok then connect air supply and bump fire the nailer without nails against soft wood and door open so that you can see the driver and feeder moving. Bump fire the gun and make sure that the driver is moving all the way back up to top of cylinder and the feeder is moving rapidly back and forward. If movement seems ok then hold the nose down on soft wood and depress and hold the trigger. This will fire the gun but driver will stay at the bottom position and not return until you release the trigger or lift the gun. When holding the gun with the driver down position, no air should leak out the top or bottom of the gun. If air leaks out bottom, replace lower bumper, if air leaks out the top replace the upper bumper. Good luck

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Air leaks when triggered and no nail


Make sure no nails in gun. With air connected listen for leaking thru nose of the gun also. If leaking thru nose slightly, air is getting past the cylinder seal oring and/or top of cyl is not seating against headvalve. Repair leak to nose of gun before trying to fix head leak. With no air leaking thru nose of gun, add plenty of white grease to orings in the head (one oring at a time) to see if leak is less and/or grease will streak behind the leaking oring. Then repair as needed. May need slightly thicker oring or sand surface where oring makes contact to remove scratches that are allowing air to pass. Also air can enter the head thru the small port in the gasket leading to the head (make sure that the gasket is sealing).

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Product NR83A2. Lubricate is coming from the trigger and exhaust cover. The nailer is new and I put lubricate in the gun prior to placing the air plug on. What is the best way to drain the excess...


Excess oil will eventually be consumed /blown out of gun, however if you store the gun over-nite with air inlet pointed down, gravity will assist. I find that oil /water will accumulate inside gun especially if compressor is passing oil and/or weather conditions cause system to produce lots of water. Majority of guns that come in for repair suffer from a lack of lubrication. Several drops at start of day should be ok for oil lubricated compressors and maybe more for oil-less. If oil drips out of gun overnight (if stored as stated above) then reduce drops. What actually shortens life of gun is debris that enters gun from handling and that enters hoses during transport. Before connecting air hose to gun (with hose under pressure) momentarily connect a spare quick connect fitting and blow debris out of hose.

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My 602 is passing air from the hammer area in between nail driving,is this normal?


Air leaking past nose of gun during shot is indication of worn/cracked lower bumper. Remove head and pull piston; examine bumper and replace as needed. Air leaking thru nose when airline is connected is indication of leaking cylinder spacer orings (time to reseal gun with oring kit). Parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect.com. Good holidays

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What would cause a pressure washer to cut off after you pull the handle to get the water started


We used power washers for years

When you pull the trigger, the engine is supposed to accelerate because the back-pressure on the pump is released.

The back-pressure is why you're supposed to keep the gun trigger open when starting the engine. It sounds like you're starting the engine with no water passing through the gun.

Inspect the exhaust port >> if exhaust is clogged with carbon or dirt, then the engine will not run at high speed.

The problem may also be cause by a rusted choke lever. If you notice when a small engine accelerates, the choke lever moves up as the carburetor demands more gas.

Start the engine with water passing through the gun >>> move the choke lever a little bit at a time and see what happens. Keep water going out of the gun. When the surfaces are cool, spray WD-40 on the lever and see if you can free it up. WD-40 is extremely flammable.

If your engine will not fire at all by starting with water passing through the gun, then your gas supply might be limited or your carburetor gummed up. Pull off the rubber gas line that connects to the carburetor and see if gas flows.

Next, pull off the air filter and see if the machine runs good without air filter. You may have clogged air filter.

While the carburetor is exposed, spray WD-40 into carburetor. See if you can get engine up to full throttle while spraying WD-40 into carburetor. Keep spraying the WD-40. Keep the water flowing out of the gun.

If the engine throttles up all the way on WD-40 but won't run without it, then your carburetor is probably gummed up.

Our old power washer won't run with the choke set at full throttle. We just got into the habit of leaving the choke alone. We'd pull off the air filter and spray WD-40 into the carburetor so the engine would spark healthy without messing with the choke at all. And we kept the choke about 2/3 open all the time.

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the next one right below the top is for the material (paint, stain, etc) turn it in for less material or out for more. if you unscrew this one all the way you will be able to access the needle.

these is the two mane adjusters on a hvlp gun. you may have another adjuster on the bottom of the handle. this is your air presser regulator and will control the amount air going through the gun but i always use my own.
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Gun stopped driving nails, air escapes from top,


has the gun been cleaned and oiled, i think not.

take the head bolts out of the top of the gun. make sure you pay attention to how everything comes out so you can put it back together.

shake the gun upside down so that the piston comes out. wipe everything down with any petroleum based cleaning solvent to remove all the gunk and reassemble.

pour about 10 dropsof oil down the air input, let it sit there about 5 mins and hook up the air and it should work

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Spray gun question


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