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Quit firing nails motor comes on but nothing happens when pulling trigger

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I am assuming that you have changed the gas cylinder. Make sure you have the exact correct cylinder, because there are some that look like they fit, but don't quite seal. This unit requires battery charged for ignition and induction fan. And it requires fuel to drive the nail,.

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If the trigger is set to single fire, you will need to place the gun against the work then pull trigger as you have done. Try setting the trigger to bump fire and try again. If hear a thump inside the gun, remove the head and check that the head valve in not stuck from lack of lubrication. Easy test, remove the nails, remove trigger pin, remove trigger and manually push trigger firing valve. If the gun fires then suspect faulty trigger or safety arm not lifting enought to activate the trigger valve. Good luck

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Assuming that you are using the correct nails. This will usually happen if you have bump-fire trigger and are trying to place the gun on the work then pull trigger. Replace the safety spring if weak and bump-fire only (spring should be very firm). If you have single fire trigger, replace the trigger and the trigger valve for good operation. If you have always been bump-firing and now double firing, replace the safety spring and trigger orings. Good luck

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Gun is full of nails, but acts like it is empty (the plunger won't advance). You go to tap it with the trigger pulled, and it just does nothing. Seems like firing pin is not getting air or somet


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Hello, sounds like a nail is jammed in the chamber. Happens frequently. What you do first is disconnect the gun and empty any nails. Then, with a screwdriver or a big nail hit the ram driver back down . Reconnect and test by depressing safety latch and pulling trigger. Repeat. Hope this helps. -ROB

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When I pull the trigger it will not fire a nail, air running through the nailer is all that will happen?


You could have a nail jammed. Remove the front assem. where the nails come out and see if somthings stuck like a nail.

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