Troubleshooting advice needed my Stanley Pneu Roof Stapler doesn't
staple as before, i'm working on the same type of roofs as always, but
now it just staples 3/4 of the way, needless to say that the job is
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Re: Stanley Pneu Roof Stapler Troubleshooting
Sorry for the delayed response, I just found this one...
The issue with depth is usually one of 2 things:
1) Insufficient pressure (bad regulator on compressor or incorrect setting).
2) Bad seals within the gun.
When was the gun last serviced? Have you looked at the O-rings for any signs of damage? All it takes is a little leakage of pressure and the plunger won't have enough thrust to set the staple as expected.
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Usually this is because the "loader" is not moving the staples into the correct position. Make sure that the staples are loading correctly and that they move on the rail smoothly. Also, the spring should be pushing the staples toward the plunger. If the spring can not move freely, this will occur as well. Without seeing the actual gun, I cannot say for sure where the problem is, but the above are the first areas to look.
its all about the pressure you apply...to solve this try pushing down then firing....i know its a pain and slows work a bit but it'll save you staples and from possibly firing THROUGH the shingle...pulling them up is enough of a pain anyway... also see if you can tighten the tip of the gun...that should make it less responsive, tighten the trigger as well...good luck
take any long piece of metal or wood, push it back up.If the nail is stuck
in the way then you have to adjust and take off the whole magazine. You are going to
release the magazine, the nail will come out from here (make sure it's not pointed at anyone!), and you can take the
tool and push the pin up that far
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