Question about Craftsman 18 ga Brad Nailer Kit 18173
Take a look at the head where the gasket sets and look for small hole. Apply air pressure to hole and valve should pop out. Be carefull because it may shoot out with force. Examine the plastic valve where the oring fits and check for cracked lip. There should be a spring behind the valve in the head and usually a second oring. Parts are available at searsparts.com. Good luck and post again if you have other question.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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