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Surebonder 9600 - does not shoot out the staples - I don't understand how the pusher and the spring work>

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Hold the 9600 upside down. The front of the gun in your left hand using your right hand squeeze on the track release and slide it open to the right. Lay your staples in front of the track that you just slid open. Slide the track over the staples. Ensure that your air compressor is set at 80 psi a brand new gun needs 6 drops of air tool oil through the air inlet before the first use if you don't have an automatic oiler that is recommended then you must manually oil with three drops every third strip of staples. Store your tool at room temperature when you're not using it.

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