Question about Stanley Bostitch F21PL Nailer
You can fix yourself if you have a small pin punch. You will need to get a new trigger assembly, the o ring in the valve has split in half. To replace and follow closely, first disconnect air line, take the pin punch and drive out the pin holding the trigger itself and then drive out the pins holding the trigger valve in place. Now and do exactly as written, find a shop rag or cloth put under the trigger valve and hold it. While holding the collar back on the quick disconnect push the air supply onto the fitting and the valve will "pop" out. when replacing the valve use a light coat of grease and align the slots in valve with the holes where the roll pins go, reinsert and you should be ready to go.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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