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Nail is jammed in my Bostitch power finish nailer and partially sticking out. When pull on nail with pliers, it won't come out.

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Remove driver guide nose peice, should be a couple of alan screws, remove nail, check driver to make sure it is not bent, re assemble. Make sure you are using the correct Nails!

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How do I clear a jam?


Hi Gary:
SAFETY FIRST! Disconnect from air supply.
Pull trigger to make sure not "loaded"
- Here's what I would do.
1) Open magazine and remove stick of remaining nails
2) Try to remove jammed nail with pliers, pointy tool, etc.
3) Use allen wrenches to dis-mantle head until everything comes apart and jammed nail falls out.
4) re-assemble, cleaning and oiling at the same time.
Once done, re-connect to air supply and test.
Hint. A 2 inch nail can take some effort to penetrate, especially a knot in hardwood. Make sure you are using adequate pressure; that is the high end of the recommended pressure.
Cheers.

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I have a new Bostitch F21PL framing nail gun. I used it for the first time on Saturday and it worked flawlessly through the first half-dozen nail sticks. Then, it jammed. The culprit nail was easy to...


when you removed the jammed nail did the piston driver move back into the rear position? if not there may still be a piece of the nail holding the piston.... If the piston is stuck in the forward position with the air disconnected use a hinge punch and tap it back, reconnect air and give it a try

Sep 23, 2013 | Stanley Bostitch F21PL Nailer

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Nailer will get two nails jammfrontiered at same time about every 3rd nail


Nail jamming is caused when the driver is able to hit two nails with one stroke. This usually happens on nailers that use nail strips with no spacing between nails. If the driver is damaged, it may be able to hit part of the second nail. If the wrong nail is used and two nail heads are in the path of the driver then jam. On nailers using nailstrip with space between nails, it is much harder for driver to hit two nails. Most jamming, however is caused by the nailer actually firing twice in very rapid succession. this type of jam is caused by faulty firing mech. (safety foot or bump fire system) , faulty/worn trigger valve or worn orings in the headvalve .

Sep 16, 2011 | Stanley Bostitch Coil Framing Nailer

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Do I need to lubricate my Bostitch F21PL nailer from time to time? The reason I asked is, I got this new nailer. Installed Galvanized 2.5 inches nails from Bostitch and with the metal connector installed....


This is a fantastic nailer, very powerfull. Information about your nailer can be found below.

http://www.bostitch.com/default.asp?CATEGORY=BOS_FRAM_NAILER&TYPE=PRODUCT&PARTNUMBER=F21PL&SDesc=21%26%23176%3B+Industrial+Framing+Nailer+System

You should not need to lube the rails for the nails to feed. Your nailer uses plastic collated nails and should travel very easily inside the rails. I would remove all the nails and check for broken pieces of plastic from nail strips. Feeder should feel snug within rails and not wobble and spring should pull tight. When you install the nails do not release feeder against the nails with force as this could break the plastic strips and cause jam. Nail not feeding is usually caused by wrong nails, weak pusher spring or pusher guides broken /missing. Simple test for proper nails.
Place a strip of nails on the outside of the rails aligned with the edge of the rails and see if the first nail is perfectly aligned with the path of the driver. If the head of the first nail is angled back slightly from the path of the driver, the nails will not feed properly. Good luck.

Jul 17, 2010 | Stanley Bostitch F21PL Nailer

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My Bostitch SB 2in1 nailer will only on occation nail all the way into the wood. For the most part the nail will bend over before it goes in, which damages the wood. I spend more time tying to pull out...


I ran into this problem many times. Don`t use the Bostitch brand nails. Use the generic or other name brand. You`ll notice the generic one`s heads are just a little bigger and the driver blade won`t run down the side of the nail!
Thanks,
Jeff

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My bostitch 1664fn finish nail gun blows lots of air out exaust


Open the front and clear any jammed nails that are there. Oil the gun, push the drive pin back in if it didn't go back in when the front was off and try again. If there are repeated nail jam issues, try genuine Bostich nails.

Dec 03, 2009 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Will not shoot a nail,no matter how hard you press the tip of the nailer.


hi you may have a nail jammed in carousel.. unplug and dismantel and locate jammed nail. this happended to me once so this may be your problem

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I have a bostitch SB 16 finish nailer that has a rack of nails stuck in th loading barrel. I need to take the barrel apart to get them out, How do I do this?


The solution provided is harder then it needs to be. Where the nail gun handle attachs to the nail magazine there are 2 bolts. Remove these bolts and the nail magazine slides right out and you can get to the jammed nail. It still took some effort on my part to get the nail out but this was a lot easier then removing the 4 bolts previously suggested.

Jun 30, 2009 | Stanley Bostitch F21PL Nailer

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How do you safely remove jammed nail gun?


Not sure exactly what Bostitch framer model you have, but if it is powered by compressed air, as long as you remove the air hose from the nail gun, there should be no risk of the nail gun firing while you remove the jammed nail. There should be a way to access the driver area from the top of the nail gun, even via a latch or a couple screws. Remove the top part of the driver area and that should give you access to the jammed nail, which you can remove. Use long nose pliers or something similar if the nails are really stuck.

May 31, 2009 | Stanley Bostitch F21PL Nailer

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