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Just purchased a bostitch air compressor and three air guns , i am having trouble with the sb 1850 , will not shoot nails and lack of power

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First, check all the air connections to see if there is anything that prevents the air to flow (pieces of cadrboard, packking chips or seals that need to be broken)

Check also if there is any manual valve and also if the quick connects are not entirely plugged in.

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