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You could have a shorted gas valve.

Omega Trane... | Answered on Apr 20, 2017

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Omega Tools &... | Answered on Sep 17, 2016

when you order software on line the details will tell you what operating systems it is compatible with
so it the details say win xp , vista,7,8 but doesn't list win 10 the software will not work on win 10 system

Omega Tools &... | Answered on Sep 12, 2016

Unless your pressure washer is specifically designed to use hot water, the answer is no. They are not intended for hot water and this can damage the pump.

Omega Tools &... | Answered on Sep 05, 2016

Give it a thorough cleaning.. if it still does not fire you might have to replace the spark plug.

Omega Paslode... | Answered on Jul 29, 2016

Paslode with no spark could be one of a couple of things. First, is the tool clean? These tools are notorious for failing due to the amount of sludge that builds up inside the tool from use. If you are cleaning the tool yourself, you should make sure the wires leading to the fan unit are not getting kinked or pinched during reassembly. Lastly, the tool needs a new spark unit. One way to test this out is to remove fuel and get ear close to rear of tool for a test shot. If you hear the click of the spark plug then the spark plug is fine and chances are that this tool needs to be cleaned.

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

I know this is an old post but for those who have the problem now... This problem happens when you go to change the blade and the flange bolt is stuck. When you put a larger 5/8 wrench on the bolt, and push in the lock button, you ultimately put too much torque on the button and the plastic surrounding the lock button gives way and the whole button bends over. Merely disassembling the head and straightening the lock button does NOT fix the problem as now the surrounding plastic is deformed and the lock button will bend right back over. It happened to me. My fix is not for everyone. It involves removing the lock button, rebuilding and reinforcing the plastic area with JB Weld, and re-drilling the hole thru the JB for the button. You can't buy a new case half, so if you don't try this, just throw it away. It's a bad design.

Omega Rotozip... | Answered on May 25, 2015

Hi Ady,

Judging by all the different batteries work in other tools, my guess is that the circuit board has failed. If you feel up to it, you just need to solder a new one in. If not you need to weigh up the cost of having done and the cost of a new tool?


Omega Paslode... | Answered on Dec 01, 2014

Have all the nails been cleared out of the tool where they were jammed? If not take the fuel cell out of the tool, and remove the battery before working on it. If still persists come back to this website for further help.

Omega Paslode... | Answered on Sep 24, 2014

Hi there,

Has the tool been striped down and cleaned lately? And are you using genuine paslode gas? If not, do these two fixes first and try again.

Omega Paslode... | Answered on Sep 22, 2014

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