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I have an n80sb air is coming out around the trigger? Thanks

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This is usually indicative of a defective trigger. This can be replaced. First though, try checking all the Orings. If the unit has not completed the cycle to the "ready" position, there could be an air leak. Please visit the site listed below to get a diagram of the entire unit with replacement part numbers etc. the diagram should assit you in dis-assembling the unit to clean and re-oil it.

Dan

Link: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/bostitch-parts-c-29443.html?gclid=CLyNls3l0KMCFeoD5QodWw4_wA

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