Question about Dewalt DC616KA 18 - Volt 16 - gauge Straight Finish Nailer Kit
If its even close to being under warranty your local dewalt service center might be agreeable to taking care of it for you if you ask nicely :)
the driver blade may be bent/broken or one of the multiple plastic pieces inside may have cracked or chipped, keeping the driver from travelling the full distance. the blade fits into the "profile" which may be somehow damaged or worn to the point of malfunction. there are two bumpers that fit on the profile and these may have slipped, cracked, etc.
even if none of these parts are so damaged as to be defective, even a tiny piece chipped off could be impeding the function of the assembly. but my guess is that's where your problem is.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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