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

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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

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