Question about Campbell Hausfeld 2" 18GA Brad Nailer
I was given a ch nailer as a gift about a year ago. Went to use it today for the first time. Using the brads that came with the machine and the Campbell compressor I find the nailer does not deliver any brads. Just makes the loud air release sound but nothing else. I am not sure of the model number but it is the small one. The only number on the machine is DJ0306. I tried both the brads and the staples with the same result.any help would be appreciated. mel macneill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi check to see if there is any wear on the blade or even if it is broken if so replace with a new item from your dealer , this will also come with a new seal so with a good clean your gun should bee like new hope this helps ian
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
The first thing that comes to mind is they are not being oiled properly. Follow the directions for the number of drops of air tool oil to put in daily. If they have been run dry, this makes quick work of the Orings and requires rebuilding the nailer with new Orings.
The second thing is if contamination has gotten into the cylinder bottom thaat can happen if a jam has ever occured.
Dis-assemble the nailer and inspect for these conditions.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
SOURCE: does the campbell hausfeld model
Sb504000 works just fine with pressure range from 60 to 120 psi depending on material. Any small compressor will work great. Using the gun at max pressure will shorten the life of the gun. Best practice is to set pressure to just under 100psi for most work and increase pressure when nailing hard wood. Using at max pressure will strain the driver and the lower part of gun (screws that hold nose to body). Some hard woods will bend an 18 gauge nail. Good luck with your gun and have fun with your projects.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
SOURCE: gun leaks
No it is not. It should not leak at all. Where is it leaking air from? The 3 obvious places are the exhaust at the top of the head, the nose where the driver comes down, and the trigger valve.
Posted on Aug 25, 2012
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