Question about Senco Tools & Hardware - Others
You have one of a couple problems. First the piston is not moving freely to advance the nails, the magazine might not be set for the nails being used, or the collation is not correct, or the feed pawl spring is broken, and the driver might not be retracting fully to allow the next nail to feed. What I would do is remove all the nails, and get a block of wood and open the door that holds the nails in place and look for free movement on the feed pistion and how the driver is functioning. If all appears OK unplug the air and check the spring on the feed pawl, also check to make sure not gummed up from asphalt, If the feed piston is not snapping it could be an oring or debris in the air hole feeding into it. Let me know if you need more assistance.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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