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If you have a newer framing nailer you need to lift up on the mechanism on the front of the tool and then move the lower portion of the safety. REMOVE BATTERY FIRST!!! If this is an older one you will find just 2 screws that must be loosened and then move the lower portion of the safety. ALWAYS REMOVE THE BATTERY OR THE FUEL CELL BEFORE MAKING ADJUSTMENTS.

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Adjusting Depth
The depth that the fastener is driven can be adjusted using
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WARNING: To reduce risk of serious injury from
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ALWAYS:
• Remove battery pack.
• Engage contact trip lock-off.
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