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Re: I have a Senco Frame Pro 600. It will not fire,
You need an o-ring repair kit. As there are a few different versions of the FP600 I don't know which one you need. If you go to www.senco.com and click on the nailers, staplers and collated screwdrivers picture it will take you to a page where you can find the parts list for your particular gun and it will tell you which repair kit you need. If no kit is listed you will have to go through the parts breakdown and order each and every o-ring. If you replace one, replace all of them.
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Could be just a lack of lubrication in the headvalve /orings or the safety foot is not pushing in the trigger pin all the way. Easy to check. Remove the head and pull out the head-valve. Apply plenty of white grease or silicone paste to the orings and the surface where the orings make contact. Install the head and test. If the gun fires then you are done. If the gun does not fire, make sure that the safety foot is depressing the trigger valve all the way in when attempting to nail. Simple test is to remove the trigger exposing the firing pin. With nails removed and air connected, with quick motion depress the firing pin all the way in. If the gun fires make adjustments to safety foot. If the gun still does not fire (with headvalve lubed) replace the firing valve core part # ca0108. Good luck
Usually the reason is because you're trying too hard to keep the nose of the tool in contact with the timber you are trying to nail. Perhapse you might just relax a little, then it'll all be fine.
These tools are able to fire by either placing the tool on the work piece and pulling the trigger. Or you can hold the trigger and "bounce" the tip of the nose to actuate the firing sequence. ( This is fine if you're just putting up first fix frame but, if you need a more refined and accurate fix go for the first method)
If you still can't get by, take the tool to you're local Senco Service centre and ask them to fit a restrictive trigger. That will only allow you to fire one nail at a time.
Senco nailers are mostly not lubricated but moisture and dirt do they have the neck compressor not tapped in time and then inside the top cover of this tools can have that or the parts are hanging can not move freely and clean, solvent them out and grease it with silicon OKS1110 Kluber Silubrin or Dow Corning DC4 in most cases the models of Senco are oilless IF the seal of the piston is made out of kevlar instead of a plain o-ring .
The tip of the driver could be missing. Easy to check, remove nails from the gun, connect air, then push the nose against rubber hose (scrap airhose) (tilt the gun to side while pushing the nose against hose so that you can see the driver come out) and depress and hold trigger. When you fire the gun the driver should be visable (about 3/16 past nose). If you dont see the driver, then most likely broken at tip. If the driver is visable, then most likely adjusted to high or safety foot bent. Good luck
Go to the Senco website at www.senco.com, click on the "Parts Charts/Specs/Manuals" tab at the top then scroll down to Frame Pro 502 where you can view or download the manual or parts guide. Their parts guides have very good exploded views of the tools and are very helpful when reassembling them.
the 601 had a design flaw, in the nose, where the nails hit as the are being pushed forward, the peice was made out of a peice of metal that was too soft, it wore down and that is where you get the double nail problem.
Senco offered a trade in, this was years ago, for a limited time and gave us credit towards new guns, which we gladly did
you can order a reco kit from any good size hardware that sells senco or you could pull your gun apart on a nice clean board and place parts in order of removal pay speciel attention to trigger ''o'' rings normally this is where problem lies as dirt and grime build up here through lack of oil Good Luck