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I have a constant flow of air coming out of the front of the firing nozzle. What is causing this? I have a Bostitch N50FM.

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Air leaking from gun where nail is driven out is caused by faulty cylinder seal and /or orings that seal cylinder to body of gun. Remove head and examine cylinder seal that sits on very top of the cylinder, if cracked, damaged or is loose fitting, replace. Pull cylinder from body of gun and remove the plastic ring. Examine ring and replace if cracked. Replace orings that contact ring. Parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect. Good luck

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