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I have a 58-8434-4 Mastercraft Air Nailer and it fell apart while doing my deck. I couldn't find the front bolt or screw which fastens the arm to the body of the nailer and they won't do anything at Canadian Tire. I can't even order the bolt I need, also there was a steel pin about a half inch in length that fell out and I don't know where it goes.

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SOURCE: I have a Hitachi nv 83 nailer,the firing pin sometimes does not return all the way back in,I have pushed it in with a screw driver and it only works for a short while.Any help it would be much appreci

Are you oiling your nail gun, it sounds like it's suffering from a lack of lubrication? It doesn't take much pneumatic tool oil but nail guns have to have it to work for any length of time. If you have been oiling the gun, you may have o-rings inside the gun that are worn, broken, or blown out of place. You can remove the head and check the condition of the o-rings and see if the inside of the gun is dirty. Clean the gun up and pay partucular attention to the o-rings on the bottom half of the cylinder and piston. When reassembling the gun be sure to grease the o-rings well. If you still have the same problem you may have to rebuild the gun by replaceing all the o-rings. Unfortunately Hitachi does not make rebuild kits so you have to go to their website on an aftermarket site like www.ereplacementparts.com and order each and every o-ring.

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