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The L-nails are 16 guage. The FCN200 uses up to 2-inch L-nails.

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Need wiring diagram or schematic of the primary, secondary, and lighting windings or a weller soldering gun. even arough drawing of the windings that's close would work


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If you are serious, you CAN do it. Begin with an accurate Ohmmeter to measure the primary and secondary winding resistances on a new gun (at Sears, say.) To do that, measure the new gun's primary resistance at the plug with the trigger pulled, of course. Remove the gun's soldering tip and measure the resistance of the secondary without the tip and any incandescent bulb in place. (No need to pull the trigger.)

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Note the "Ohms/foot" specification for each wire gauge. Divide that number into the resistance values you measured on the new gun (at Sears...). That will indicate the number of feet of each gauge of wire you will need to rewind the core!

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The one MM of difference you mention is the reason why you do not have the pressure you did have. Get rid of those 31MM brads and get the 18 gauge. Home Depot carries the Bostitch line. I would go there or to homedepot.com

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brand does'nt matter its the lenght and more inportant is the gauge if its shooting two nails than you are most likely using the wrong gauge example of gauges:16mm 18 mm ect. look on gun it should specify which gauge to use

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