20 Most Recent Hitachi NR83A2 2" To 3 1/4" Full Head Framer with Depth of Drive - Page 5 Questions & Answers

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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. I'm assuming you have already taken it apart this far but if not: Remove the 4 hex bolts on the cap and remove the head. Using 2 of the bolts - thread them into the inserts on the top cylinder ring and use them to twist it off. The cylinder and piston should 'pop' up under spring pressure from below. Using an o-ring pick, remove the o-rings and thoroughly clean the tool - replace the o-rings and the bad cylinder ring. Lubricate the new rings with the grease provided and reassemble. Hitachi NR83A 3 1 4 34 Full Head Nailer Parts
2/7/2015 9:51:23 PM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Feb 07, 2015
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How to replace the trigger on a hitachi nv45ab2

Pound roll pin out of black trigger and remove. Turn silver slotted part with screw driver and the two valves will pop out. Usually it's the flat trigger bushing that is bad and makes it leak. I have all parts. airnailerparts.com
12/4/2014 7:43:34 PM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Dec 04, 2014
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Why wont my nailgun fire ?

You need to depress the safety; press the end of the gun up against the wood.
8/30/2014 4:14:25 PM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Aug 30, 2014
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Driver not return

How old is the nailer. If it is old enough and not oiled each use, O rings get damaged and will leak air at piston and trigger valve. Depending on the brand a rebuild kit may be available with new O rings and trigger valve.
1/15/2014 12:40:19 AM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Jan 15, 2014
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I have a Hitachi coil

I dont recall that there are any orings in the head area. Large leak from head area is caused by cylinder not retracting and seating against headvave. Small leak is usually gaskets between headvalve or cracked tube above headvale or rubber tube seal not seating against body of the gun. Test cylinder movement. Remove the head and push down cylinder, the cylinder should retract. If the cylinder is already down, pull it up. If the cylinder is very hard to pull up, most likely orings too tight or body of gun is warped. If the cylinder moves up with just little force, reinstall head and retest. If small leak, remove head and remove headvalve and look very closely for cracks in the head and tubes.
10/18/2013 8:11:06 PM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Oct 18, 2013
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Hi, I have been stumped! I rebuilt a Hitachi

This is the Cars and Trucks section of Fixya. You might get more answers listing in another area of Fixya which more closely matches your device.All things considered, maybe apply air pressure and stick the unit under water in a utility sink or big wash tub. Air leaks would bubble like a hole in a tire tube.
9/23/2013 2:15:50 AM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Sep 23, 2013
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Air constantly leaking out around the trigger

You have an o ring that is split and needs to be replaced, I would recommend getting a repair kit and redoing the whole tool that ay you know they are all new. Give me the model number and I will try and locate one for you and also the area (zip code) and see what i can help with. they are not that bad to repair if you are mechanically inclined.
3/16/2013 1:36:49 AM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Mar 16, 2013
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It will not fire nails

Does the motor start when you depress the nose against the work. Look at the green light near the battery compartment it should flash one when you pull the trigger.Is the gas in date?Try warming the gas first by putting it in your pocket for 10 min before use. You may also have an air leak, when was it serviced last? Remove the head assy and reconnect to see if it is sparking when you depress the switches. Do not have the gas in whilst doing this.
2/10/2013 10:06:23 PM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Feb 10, 2013
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Why won't feed plunger advance nails?

The two hex head screws on the very top of the head hold the air deflector and attach to the headvalve (the part inside the head with rubber coating, this headvalve has a gasket under that should be check for proper alignment ). Other small screws that look like set screw are only plugs that are removed to install auto control hoses in factory work. These are only plugs so just put them in a few turns with locktite.
1/31/2013 10:36:41 PM • Hitachi Tools &... • Answered on Jan 31, 2013
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