Question about Heavy Duty Arrow 5700 Powershot Staple Nail Gun

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I have had this powershot for a few years now but have never used it with nails... I can't seem to get it to work??? Maybe I am not loading the nails correctly??? Lost the instructions... Help please! Thanks!

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Heres link to instructions:

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