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Hi, i got a hitachi nv45ab and My nailer leaks air out the back

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Hitachi nv45 series is the most popular line of nailers amoung professional roofers. There are three areas that develop leakes. Leak out head vent indicates cylinder stuck in lower position or headvalve worn. With air connected, gently rap head of gun against rubber mat to move cylinder to position. (Use caution not to damage head). If this action works, gun needs cleaning internally or lack of oil. If air still leaks out vent remove head and examine valve in head and replace as needed. Check that cylinder moves freely up/down (travel aprox 1/4"). If cylinder is hard to move pull cylinder and clean replacing orings as needed. If leaking around trigger, remove rollpin and trigger and check nylon ball for pits and replace as needed. If leaking around base of gun check for loose bolts and/or worn gaskets. Remove nail canaster to check feed piston gasket and screws. Good luck with your repair and post again if you have other question.

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