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Bostitch N60 finish nailer. The driver will not return. into gun and blows air out by trigger. How to fix?

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You will need to replace the trigger valve, the one you need is a P/N- TVA6. As far as the driver not returning, it could be a broken head valve spring,(spring in the back cap under the head valve) or possibly a broken driver blade.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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