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My bostitch n63cp coil framing nailer blows air continuously near the trigger and does not shoot the nail. What is wrong and how can I fix it?

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Replace the trigger valve assembly. Part TVA6. It takes just a few minutes. The part will include a pin punchout tool, you supply the hammer.

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