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I have just purchased a Craftsmen 93067 nau=il gun at a garage sale. The nails(1 1/4 ' will not go in all the way(pine stock). I have approx. 1/2 ' of nail not driven home. How can I correct this?

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    Hi, the braf/nail gun is an electric model. Sorry I didn't make that clear

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HOW TO USE YOUR ELECTRIC STAPLER/NAILER
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1. Unplug tool, (fig. 1)...(place on/off switch in "off" position, (fig. 2).)
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