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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a discontinued tool by Senco but there are still parts available for it. It sound to me that the o rings and possibly the firing valve need to be replaced. I would recommend going to Senco.com and you will find a complete parts diagram in their discontinued tool section. They also have a toll free number if needed and you can talk to their air pro. I have rebuilt quite a few of these and they are not that hard just make sure to clean all the parts and use lube when replacing O rings.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Yes,this is a common "mis fire" by Pasilode. I own the 16p Framer and the Angle nailer and I never get it from the Framer but I do get it seldom from Trim Gun,nothing you can do ,its just a misfire.
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Posted on Apr 09, 2009
sounds like time for a rebuild i do this once a year on all of my guns i buy a seal kit and replace them at that time and oil the interior oparts and check for worn or broken parts
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Using a wire "toothbrush" size brush, clean the track in front of the gun where the pin slides - where the nail groove is. **** particles from the nails and the plating from the nails sluffs off fouling the path and causes the pin to stick. After several cleanings of my gun, I noticed that this brushing of the track the firing pin follows keeps it operating for several days without the problem recurring!
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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sounds like you need to replace the oring around the firing pin piston , or replace the oring or band around the cylinder that the firing pin goes in , it should be the smaller oring that has tiny holes behind it when removed
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