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The nail 1 1/4" going in only 1/2", how can I fix it? material 3/4" plywood 1/2"drywall

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Hi,
Some of those guns have a dial or thumb knob that adjusts the pressure....try to find it and spin it to a higher number... if you do not have that or it is all the way up then the gun is going bad... which they do often... they do not last very long...

sorry I can't give you better news other then that...

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