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My Craftsman Stapler/brad nailer jammed and I had to take it apart to clear the jam. Although trying to be careful to not dis-assemble any more than necessary something slipped then something else moved and now I have a pile of parts. Is there any place/way to get assembly instructions or prints that would allow me to re-assemble the tool? Too many parts that don't have a logical order of assembly for me to figure out.

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How do I clear a jam?


Hi Gary:
SAFETY FIRST! Disconnect from air supply.
Pull trigger to make sure not "loaded"
- Here's what I would do.
1) Open magazine and remove stick of remaining nails
2) Try to remove jammed nail with pliers, pointy tool, etc.
3) Use allen wrenches to dis-mantle head until everything comes apart and jammed nail falls out.
4) re-assemble, cleaning and oiling at the same time.
Once done, re-connect to air supply and test.
Hint. A 2 inch nail can take some effort to penetrate, especially a knot in hardwood. Make sure you are using adequate pressure; that is the high end of the recommended pressure.
Cheers.

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