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Sounds like you have a jammed the jam and push the plunger back and you should be good to go!

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Why does it fire two nails constantly?

what do you mean fires two at one time or two like bam bam.? different things all together. two at one time is the nose piece and normally occurs on coil nailers when they wear out. If its bam bam then, yout trigger is black and its called a contact tip trigger, meaning as long as the safety is pressed down and the trigger is held it will fire. But common problem is when people use a gun and put it on the board and pull the trigger. Like any gun there is a " kick" the kick is the operation of air going through the gun hitting the piston which is attached to the driver, pushing the nail into the board, ( a lot of energy directed straight down) pushing the gun up. and the trigger while released actually is making you pull it twice. So, as a tech I teach new people that there is a sequential trigger that does not do that or if your good with your aim try holding the trigger and tapping the board a single time.
but long and short of it, nose worn ( pricey) or trigger

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Bostitch GFN1564K cordless nailer brand new wont fire.

take it back to the supplier for a replacement or warranty fix
however as it is electric there may be a safety switch that you have to engage to make it work as it would go off when ever and spray nails and staples every where.

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I have a paslode model IM250II 16 ga straight finish nailer that I bought used the gun fan and motor runs whin the trigger is pulled but it does not fire when the tip is pressed no pop no puff nothing I...

Fan running when trigger pressed is normal however to make it fire you need to press on the work probe first and the fan should start running, at this point the gas should be injected and pressing the trigger should create the spark to fire the gun, if all works as above but the gun won't fire check the gas, the metering valve on the can should have a yellow ring and when pressing the can nozzle on a hard surface, gas should be released, if not the can either has (a) insufficient gas, (b) the nozzle is not correctly fitted (c) the metering valve is faulty, if the can emits gas the gun will need to be checked for spark and the seals will need checking

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I have a pasload im 250 ii straight finish nailer when I pull the trigger the motor runs with out the tip being pressed is this normal and when I press the tip and pull the trigger it does not fire

Yes, it is normal for the fan to run when the trigger is pulled. Does the fan start when you depress the nose?
If not, it most likely is a bent contact element, or a bad head switch.

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Since friend un blocked nail,fan wont stop running and wont fire.

somehow the safety switches have become jammed. I would suggest taking the front cylinder off again and checking the o ring at the top where the fan is for being pinched and then without the front cylinder cycle the unit. BE CAREFUL with the fan, insert the battery and push on the trigger switch, fan should come on and go off after a couple seconds. Then towards the top you will see a roller type switch, depress (watch for fan blades) and again fan should come on and go off after a couple seconds. For the final test depress and HOLD the roller switch and then engage the trigger and you should see fire, try this a couple times, if all works then check the lower probe for free movement (depress probe a couple times and watch the combustion chamber for movement to the top) relube the o ring and be careful not to pinch when reassembling. It sounds compllicated but it is really quite simple. Let me know if you need more help

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Central pneumatic roofing nailer,where is the nailing ajustments?i should be able to hold the trigger and touch the nose to fire repeatedly but it wont let me.dont see a ajustment?

Not all nailers have the ability to bump-fire. It depends on the type of trigger and the firing valve that the trigger contacts. Remove gun from air supply and remove the nails (for safety). Take a close look at the trigger itself looking for a bump fire setting. It will have a rotary dial to select single or repeat fire. If no setting, look at how the safety foot contacts the trigger's inner trip lever (the trip lever inside the trigger is what actually contacts the firing valve pin). With trigger pressed in, push the safety foot in and notice if the safety contacts the inner trigger lever. On bump fire trigger, the safety foot mech. will push up on the inner lever each time that you press in safety (and you will see that the inner lever will depress the firing pin). On single fire trigger, with trigger pressed, when you push on safety foot, the mech. will not contact inner trigger lever because the lever is too short to allow safety to make contact with it. On single fire triggers, the inner lever can make contact with safety only when trigger is in the resting position. With trigger released, depress safety and notice that safety contacts inner trigger liver and will remain in contact untill you press the trigger at which time the inner lever will depress the firing pin then fall away from safety. If you are a tinker-er, you can make adjustment to inner lever so that it will make constant contact (the rotary dial on triggers that are made to give you a choice of bump or single actually make the inner lever longer or shorter ). If you make any adjustments, make various and numerous tests with-out nails to make sure that it will not fire accidently.

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My Spit Pulsa 1000 wont fire

Did you get this problem solved and if so what was it?

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Paslode nail gun 325 black not firing

Any time these guns become intermittent or stop firing but the fan still runs, the first the to check is the expiration date on the gas cartridges. The do expire and this will make the gun work inconsistently or not at all.

Dec 08, 2009 | RTO PasLode 900420 Impulse Framing Nailer

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check to be sure that there is not part of a nail jammed in the gun. If not, use some WD-40 or other lube to lubricate the path of the nails. You may want to take the entire head assembly apart, look for crud and remove it then lube each piece as you reassemble it. And always put a couple of drops in the air intake of the gun each time you use it.

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Paslode cordless framer wont fire. new gas , charged battery,

K, this could be a couple problems. How far down did you take it to clean? Are you comfortable with removing the combustion chamber/housing from unit. There are 4 screws in the top cover and 2 down where the work contact is. Remove them leaving just the fan assembly and handle housing. Next locate the roller arm next to the fan assembly, put a fresh battery in tool and push the arm (KEEPING HANDS AWAY FROM FAN) the fan should come on, if not you probably have an electronic assembly that is bad, if it does come on it should stop in a few seconds. Next depress the trigger and again the fan should come on. Now to diagnose the firing unit. Depress the lever on the roller arm and hold in while pulling trigger, you should see a spark and also hear it where the plug is. If not then you either have a spark unit that is bad or a wiring problem. At this point I would take in for repair. The spark unit is around 90-100 dollars When you put back together did you also replace the orings or clean the ring grooves? Let me know if you have any questions

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