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I need instructions to install the blowgun kit.I know it connects to the airline going to the seat.Volvo Truck.Road pro air blow gun.

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My stapler will not fire it lets out a little air


This problem is usually caused by the safety foot not pushing the trigger firing pin all the way in. Easy test. Remove the nails and airline, remove the trigger to expose the trigger firing pin. Connect airline and with very quick motion depress the firing pin all the way in. If the gun fires then adjust the safety foot. If the gun does not fire, remove the head and pull out the headvalve. Lube all orings in the head with plenty of white grease. Reinstall head and test. If the gun still does not fire, time for oring kit. Good luck.

Oct 14, 2014 | Air Tools & Compressors

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Porter cable rn175 type 1 roofing nailer. Unit shoots once by itself when first plugged into hose. After that initial shot, gun works perfectly. Unit has been fully rebuilt including trigger valve and...


I have seen this on dewalt and p/c guns. Usually caused by trigger valve but you mention that trigger valve is new. If the headvalve does not seat correctly on the top of the cylinder, the in-rush of air will leak past cylinder seal and push down the piston (feels like you fired the gun ) . Difficult to pin down the problem but could be headvalve is sticking slightly open. I would suspect headvalve orings too tight or spring in head is weak or cylinder in head is worn. Easy to check. Remove the head and push in the headvalve with thumbs. The valve should be stiff to depress but return freely. Check that the cylinder in the head where the outer headvalve oring makes contact is not scratched or worn. If scratched, sand with fine sandpaper till smooth. If worn and depressed, replace head. If spring feels weak, stretch it a bit pulling it apart. Lube cylinder /orings with white grease. Untill you find the problem, do not load nails untill after airline is connected. On the dewalt guns, firing when air is connected is due to the trigger firing pin orings worn. You could check this on your gun by spraying soapy water on the trigger valve under the trigger then connect the airline. If air is blowing out the trigger when you connect air, most likely faulty valve. Good luck and let me know what you find out on the unusual problem.

Nov 01, 2013 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Air blow gun kit


You must tap into the existing air line that feeds your air ride seat There should be a brass fitting about the same size when you have On the air blower hose itself Take the videos and pictures underneath your seat so I can see what you looking at

Apr 28, 2013 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Evolv 2 brad nailer no power


If you can check nailer on another compressor. If it works check your compressor, if not the nail gun is in need of repairs. Otherwise, reading the two guages on the compressor, check that the pressure in the tank is around 100psi and the regulated pressure is between 85 and 90psi. If not, regulated pressure is adjusted by the knob on the front of the housing. With a blowgun on the end of hose, connect the other end to the compressor. If you don't get any air the regulator may be broken and not letting air through. If you have air at the blowgun the problem may be with the nailer.

Apr 08, 2012 | Craftsman Air Tools & Compressors

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My 602 is passing air from the hammer area in between nail driving,is this normal?


Air leaking past nose of gun during shot is indication of worn/cracked lower bumper. Remove head and pull piston; examine bumper and replace as needed. Air leaking thru nose when airline is connected is indication of leaking cylinder spacer orings (time to reseal gun with oring kit). Parts are available at www.toolpartsdirect.com. Good holidays

Dec 28, 2010 | Senco FP620 Framepro 602 2" - 3 - 1/2"...

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I purchased the Porter Cable 20 piece accessory kit part A00438, and no idea on how to assemble this. No instructions included either. This is the kit that allows to put airpressure in your car, bikes,...


First get some teflon thread tape, for applying 2 or 3 tightly wrapped turns around the male threaded quick-disconnect adapters, threaded end on your air hose and compressor before installation.
Note: remember that the female quick-disconnect adapter is also a check valve that will only release air when a male quick-disconnect adapter is inserted, i.e. do not install a  male quick-disconnect adapter directly to an air compressor outlet.
Note 2:Always remember to wear approved eye protection when operating air tools.
Start by installing the female quick-disconnect adapters on a male threaded end of the air hose and on to the outlet port on the air compressor tighten the connections with two open end wrench's. Then install the male quick-disconnect adapters to the other end of the hose, blow-gun tool, and the air chuck tool, (tighten as described above). The other implements in the kit (wire brush attachment, inflation needle, etc...) can be threaded in to the outlet port of the blow-gun as needed.
The operation of connecting  quick-disconnects are as follows: Grasp the tool in one hand, and with the other hand grasp the air line near the end leaving the thumb and fore finger free to operate the spring loaded outer release cylinder on the female quick-disconnect by pulling back on it. With the cylinder pulled back, insert the male quick-disconnect adapter in to the female quick-disconnect adapter, then release the thumb and fore finger from the outter release cylinder, thus locking the two together. check to be sure the lock has engaged by lightly pulling at the tool. Reversing this process will disengage the tool from the air line.
Hope this helps Good luck

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Blow Gun Specs


Specifications for air blow guns include pressure capacity and air line connection type. Pressure capacity or maximum rated pressure is rated at the air inlet and measured in pounds per square inch (psi). Many types of air line connectors are available. Quick-release connectors contain fittings that are attached internally. By contrast, push-on connectors include barbed ferrules. Air blow guns use several types of national pipe thread (NPT) connectors, most of which are inch-based and female. Important NPT measurements include threads per inch (TPI) and outside diameter (OD). 1/8” NPT connectors have 27 TPI and an OD of 0.405”. 1/4” NPT connectors have 18 TPI and an OD of 0.540”. 3/8” NPT connectors also have 18 TPI, but an OD of 0.675”. 1/2” connectors have 14 TPI and an OD of 0.840”. #10-32 NPT threads are also available. Air line connections that can swivel or pivot are suitable for applications that require versatile positioning.

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How to use to clean my car?


Shoot the blow gun in all the tight spaces where your vacuum hose can't reach. If possible, attach a small jet pipe on the end of the gun to reach the tiniest crevices.

Aug 27, 2008 | Legacy Rubber Tipped Blow Gun

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