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How to install Hitachi NR83A framing nailer, feeder spring

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SOURCE: looking for a manual for an Hitachi Framing nailer

Go to Hitachipowertools.com and type in your model number and you can download a manual for this tool

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: My Hitachi NR 83aa2 framing

Do you use air tool oil before each use? Does the compressor have a decent air filter? Are you getting water deposits in the nailer? You may need to install a line-filter to trap water/debris in the hose. Hope this helps!

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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How to replace a cylinder ring in a hitachi nr83a


If you are going to replace the cylinder ring I would recommend getting the service kit (Part #18000) and replacing all the o-rings.
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Using 2 of the bolts - thread them into the inserts on the top cylinder ring and use them to twist it off.
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The reason that you are having trouble re-assembling the ribbon spring is that you need three hands to complete the job. As you recall the nail pusher just slips into the front of the rails. The pusher has the spring and a pin to retain the spool in place. Install the spring with the bolt hole towards leaver and slip into the front of rails. Take a small paper clip and bend a small hook to catch the ribbon spring. Hook the springs bolt hole with the paper clip and hold the spring in the approximate position for bolt as you push the assembly into rails and use latch to hold. While holding spring with paperclip, insert bolt thru rails and spring into nosepiece. Just break off the paperclip at this point and you are almost done. Some nailers have a metal support clip that you would need to have in place on bolt before installing bolt thru spring. For a breakdown of the gun go to www.toolpartsdirect.com. The other bolt for rails has a support/guide for the safety foot. Good luck and email if you have questions.

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