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Why does my hitachi nailer say tiawan instead of japan

I went to lows to purchase a hitachi nail gun and the gun in the store said japan and mine say taiwan

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SOURCE: Hitachi Framing Gun Not Firing - Bad Battery?

Does the fan run and the light blink ont he nailer? I have one that I just bought. I put in the wrong type of nails and got one stuck. I had to take the front apart to clear it and now the damm thing wont fire. The green light blinks and the gas cartridge is basically full, even the fan does run after I release the push lever, but no fire???

I wonder if yours is the same as mine did fire for a couple nails first just fine then got jammed...

I will try to charge the battery more.... MAybe like yours it needs a strong charge for the spark...
Russ

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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SOURCE: My brand new hitachi NV45AB2 roofing nailer leaks

Take off the back cover and make sure it's not too dry inside. Spray the inside with some WD40. You can take off the top cover. Pop the piston, cylinder, and head valve out, making sure all the seals and rings are seated correctly.Sounds like the piston is momentarily sticking. Does it shoot at all? Lemme know. Please rate me

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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yoopertech

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SOURCE: On the Hitachi NR83A2 nailer. Where does the end

Hi,
It goes thru the same hole as the magazine bolt on the nose. Sounds like yours is broken.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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SOURCE: bostitch roofing nailer wont return driving pin but moves freely

If the driver moves on it's own then it's o-ring is shot,replace it. Pop the feeder cap and clean all the roof crud that's built up underneath it.Now you can see the feeder spring,check to see if broke or old and replace.The feeder plunger is air assisted so hook the air up and depress it, it should depress hard and pop right back up. If not it needs to be cleaned and new o-rings. If this doesn't work then it's a new feeder plate you need. good luck.
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Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Can I use paslode roundrive nails in a Hitachi NR90GC Gas Nailer

Yes, BUT the paslode Round drive nails and known to cause driver jamms due to the excessive paper used in the spacing of the nails.

Posted on Oct 31, 2009

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If your using refills that have wire holding the nails together.
Check to see if bits of wire, debris is collecting in around the striking hammer. I switched to paper and never looked back. Must have gone through 5k worth of nails and rarely jams. Other things to check,
1. Check the striking hammer, make sure it is not bent or damaged.
2. Check air pressure, Low pressure can cause jamming, misfires.
3. If the tool needs pneumatic oil, 2-3 drops before you start good rule of thumb.
4. Check spring return. Sufficient pressure must be maintained or the nails will not feed properly. Misfires, incorrect feed, jamming etc.
I had a Hitachi brad nailer and it was horrible. Fire 1 brad nail would jam or misfire. Did everything I could think of nothing worked. Put it up, got a Rigid brad nailer and never looked at the Hitachi again. :)
Sometimes you just get a lemon! (PS I understand you have a framing nail gun. Brad nail gun above is used for an example)
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This is a bottom fire tool. (NV83A2) You need to hold the trigger down and then as you place the nailer to the wood the safety will depress and it will fire once. This is usually done in one, swift action. If you do this in the opposite way by placing the tool to the wood and then pulling the trigger they often will double fire.
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Where can I purchase the nails for my gun?

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Sparks when shooting a nail

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It is common to see sparks. It is metal striking metal. Although, if it sparks alot. It could be a chipped driver blade and the nail would not drive all the way. Does your sink `em?
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What brands of nails will work in my 15ga finish nailer 1000993

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=Google the internet for more info on nails such as www.nailzone.com. They sell a 33 degree nail that may fit your gun. Good luck and email me or post again with more questions.
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Hitachi Framing Gun Not Firing - Bad Battery?

Does the fan run and the light blink ont he nailer? I have one that I just bought. I put in the wrong type of nails and got one stuck. I had to take the front apart to clear it and now the damm thing wont fire. The green light blinks and the gas cartridge is basically full, even the fan does run after I release the push lever, but no fire???

I wonder if yours is the same as mine did fire for a couple nails first just fine then got jammed...

I will try to charge the battery more.... MAybe like yours it needs a strong charge for the spark...
Russ
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