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Bostitch 18 gauge nailer missing rubber no mar tip.

Bostitch 18 gauge nailer missing rubber tip, where to purchase a few?
contact foot, no mar

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SOURCE: Stanley bostitch coil nailer gun

check the safty shaft and see if something could be under trigger safty causeing it to fire.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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SOURCE: We have a Bostitch nailer that leak out of the end

you need oil....put oil in the mail fitting, just a little and it will go away. your o rings are dry and wont create a seal.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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SOURCE: how do I load nails into Bostitch SB-1664FN 16

from the side, not in the back or front.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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SOURCE: The driver on my Bostitch nail gun won't retract

This is usually caused by either a lack of lubrication or a defect in one of the seals. If hte nailgun has been uised a lot, purchase an O-Ring kit and replace all of the O-rings. That should resolve the problem. I believe that these kits are available for around $20-$30.

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Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Stanley Bostitch Sb 2IN1 2 In 1 Narrow

look on the front of the tool.there is a dial right where the plastic meets the yellow housing.also look closely and you should see a diagram on the plastic telling you whitch way to go.

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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