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I have a model N08SB-1 Framing nailer. It was nailing and stopped. I can press the nailer against theobject that I want to nail. When I press the trigger it does nothing. If I have to get it repaired by a dealer, I will need to know the nearest one. My zip code is 53005.

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I don't know what brand you have there, but most nail guns now days have rebuild kits that makes it a lot easier for you to fix it yourself than to send it off somewhere. I have all senco guns, and the kits are readily available. You just buy the kit and replace every o-ring in there and don't worry about which ones are good or bad. Your gun should be the same way. I would check where you bought the thing first, then try ebay, or call them up and tell them you need a kit. All the repair shops we had around here have closed up on account of this. Hope this helps.

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