20 Most Recent RTO Paslode 902000 IM250 Ii Cordless 16 Gauge 3/4 2 1/2 Inch Straight Finish Nailer Questions & Answers

you might have to clean the firing pin, it may be covered with powder residue..

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jun 15, 2020

You can use most gases in your gun, but paslode is the best that's why its more expensive. Try warming the gases in your pocket that sometimes helps.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019

Make sure the battery is charged - it will not provide good combustion.

Next - make sure the plunger is fully depressed - there is an adjustment on the side.

Finally - check for proper operation of the trigger.

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RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jul 28, 2016

Locate the part number online by searching for the tool's model number "parts list" Once you have that information you can visit you local Fastenal and they can order it for you. Paslode will not sell directly to the public on spare parts. They will point you in the direction of a service center. I only know of two: Fastenal and Fasteners Inc.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on May 18, 2016

Plugged in and no light (with or without the battery inserted) tells you that the charger is bad and you will need a new one. Contact ITW Paslode or Fastener's Inc to purchase replacement.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on May 18, 2016


RTO Paslode... | Answered on May 18, 2016

sounds like the pasload you have may have a bad cooling fan.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Apr 08, 2015

You can adjust the settings arm on it to make it shoot out easier look on YouTube it may be there

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jan 22, 2015

I need to have a little more information.
Is the green light flashing on the handle?
Does the fan run when you depress the nose?
The most common problem we see with these is bad / expired fuel - be sure to check the date stamped on the bottom of the fuel cell.
One other basic thing to check:
Bent lower probe - these are very prone to bending & that will prevent it from traveling fully and making the head switch inside.
If you still have problems please post more information about what the tool does / doesn't do and I'll talk you through troubleshooting.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Aug 05, 2014

I'm assuming you've adjusted the depth gauge and this has had no affect? If so you need to do a full service before anything else. That's replacing both upper and lower o rings and give it a good clean. It sounds like your losing compression.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Aug 03, 2014

It will probably be the head switch assembly. Top Gun still sell the parts or you could try ebay which would be the cheaper option.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jul 08, 2014

I am assuming the driver travels down but misses the nail, if so the end of the driver pin may be worn, a quick fix is to touch the end of the driver on a grinding wheel to reface it, ensure you remove the least amount of material possible to maintain the driver length, if this doesn't fix the problem you may need to replace the front plate

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jul 04, 2014

Use this link to parts schematic http://www.paslode.co/uploadedFiles/Cordless_16ga_straight_finish_Parts_Diagram_Schematics.pdf
Remove filter cover (1) and filter (2) remove 4 x cap screws (3) then remove top cover (5) disconnect spark plug lead and fan supply led then rotate head anticlockwise and lift it off, slide out front extrusion (56) remove 2 x screws (68) at bottom front of gun (1 each side) remove 4 x screws (80) from left hand housing cover and 1 x screw (59) from left side of handle bracket (83) Note: Do not remove right hand screw from bracket (83) you will now be able to lift the right hand housing and remove it from the groove in the nail channel, the barrel, combustion chamber and nail channel assembly can now be swung up and out of the right hand housing

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jul 04, 2014

I would look at the head switch - this is located inside the tool just blow the trigger switch in the handle. There is a slide switch with a spring that actually makes the switch - make sure this is not broken and is in the correct position.
Also, check the fan connector in the head, I have seen these loosen up and back out.
If these don't solve the problem, I would suggest your problem is the molded circuit assy that contains the trigger switch and the head switch.

RTO Paslode... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014

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