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Riveter doesn't eject the pin after rivet is seated.
If your pop riveter is the same as mine, after you install a rivet you must turn the tool over and spread the arms and the stem from the old rivet will drop out. I had one stem stick inside the tool, and had to disassemble the whole thing...if you have to do this, have a friend with you...you need 4 hands.
on Oct 07, 2009
The rivet tool dose not grip the pin....I never used this tool
The pin fits into the end of the gun into a three jaw chuck (like three fingers with small horizontal grooves on the inner surface) which grabs the pin. This pulls up on the pin while the small ball at the end of rivet begins to compress the end of the rivet. There is either a spent pin lodged inside the end of the gun or the grooves are worn down making a good grip impossible. Clear the pin from the tip by raising handle to full open position and try to dislodge the pin with a wire or nail. You can also take the handle assembly apart and clear the pin and or inspect the internal grooves.
on Jun 10, 2009
I need a little help.
I have a Paslode Im90i type nail gun.
Last week on my nailer led going to
flashing yellow, ok it need a service, i made it.
After that i tried to reset the gun, but no way I don’t know, i follow the users guide step by step, But the gun doesn’t reset, in turn it working perfectly.
So why i can’t restart the green light,
Or have another way if i reset it.
The steps which i did, i took it out the gas cartridge And the nails, turn on the gun flashing the yellow led turn it off, i pressing down the nailer, i pulling the trigger Turn on again the gun i waiting the fan is starting I let me go the trigger and 3 times i pull down and firing the gun within 5 sec.
What i doing wrong?
The reason the light isn't green is because your battery is not fully charged - if you have charged it, the battery may be at the end of its life.
The reason it is not firing unless you depress the nose several times is because your fuel cell is spent - check the expiration date on the bottom of the fuel cell.
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