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How do you install Bostitch TVA6 Trigger Valve Kit

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FOLLOW closely, take a small pin punch and knock out the pins holding the trigger in place and then the 2 pins for the valve, one is probably longer. Next get a shop rag or good glove and holding back the collar that locks the air fitting to the tool push the chuck on the air inlet while holding your gloved hand or rag under the valve assembly. It will POP out make sure not to lock the chuck to the tool. Loghtly grease the o rings and make sure that you align the slots on the new one with the holes where the pins go. reassemble in reverse order.

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