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Bostitch n80s nail gun leaks air at the trigger.. I need instructions as how to remove the trigger assembly and replace with a new one. I have the new trigger assy.. Any help will be greatly appreciated...

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Under my name click on it and in the tip section on the left hand side of the page you will find detailed instructions on how to remove this valve. If you have trouble finding it let me know and if I have helped you with your problem would you please vote accordingly, Thank you

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