Question about Surebonder High Temperature Glue Gun
You can try to unscrew the plastic casing panels and see if the spring the regulates the trigger needs to be recalibrated
Posted on Feb 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The trigger probably really is slipping on the glue stick. If you've changed the type or size of glue recently, try changing back to what you were using, or just something else. Maybe the glue stick is too small, or too slippery for the gun. If not that, then it's a mechanical problem. There are some screws on the side of the gun. With it unplugged and cool, take them out and open the case. It might be stuck together with some internal connections as well as the screws, but jamming a flathead screwdriver in them can usually wedge them apart. With the gun open, move the trigger and look for the parts that move with it in the area where the glue stick goes. If you can find something to attach to these parts to make them just a tiny bit longer, do that. The parts that grip the glue have probably worn down or just don't fit, and the fact that you can tell the trigger is slipping means that it's probably very close to grabbing, but not quite close enough. Any little extension to the grabbing parts should do, but be careful not to block the path of the glue.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
SOURCE: I have a new Surebonder
it sound like the charge ran down, recharable glue guns are not typically recomended for large project becuase heating elements run down batteries very quickly. to get the stick out of your gun, you will need to fully charge it and then after that turn it on and when its warm pull the trigger and the glue should once again come out, For large project I would recommend you purchase a wired (plug in the wall) type glue gun. Thanks for you question
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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A hot glue gun is a very useful tool for joining modelling
materials and even more substantial materials can be fixed together with it.
'Sticks' of solid glue are pushed into the back of the gun, the trigger is
pressed pushing the glue stick forward and molten glue comes out of the nozzle.
The glue is manufactured from thermoplastics.
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