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Bostitch Powerslam Staple Hammer - PC2K. Where can I find a reassembly diagram? I'm trying to fix a hammer that jams after 1 staple. I've taken it apart and maybe putting it back together wrong, because I have the same problem. An exploded diagram of the insides would help. thanks

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you can try Bostitch.com and type in your model number for a schematic. If you need more help let me know.

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