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                TOOL SERVICE

                1. Use only accessories that are identified by the manufacturer for the specific tool model.
                2. Use of unauthorized parts or failure to follow maintenance instructions may create a risk of injury.
                3. Use only the lubricants supplied with the tool or specified by the manufacture.
                4. Tool service must be performed only by qualified repair personnel.

                TOOL USE AND CARE

                1. Never point tool at yourself or others in work area. Always assume the tool contains fasteners. Never point the tool at yourself or others, whether it contains fasteners or not. If fasteners are mistakenly driven, it can lead to severe injuries. Never engage in horseplay with the tool. Respect the tool as a working implement.
                2. Keep fingers away from trigger when not driving fasteners to avoid accidental firing. Never carry the tool with finger on trigger since you could drive a fastener unintentionally and injure yourself or someone else. Always carry the tool by the handle only.
                3. Never modify or alter a tool. Doing so may cause malfunction and personal injuries. Know this tool. Read manual carefully, learn its applications and limitations, as well as the specific potential hazards related to this tool.
                4.Use only fasteners that are recommended for Your models. Do not use the wrong fasteners or load the fasteners incorrectly.
                5. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, and any other condition that may affect the tool's operation. If damaged, have the tool serviced before using. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained tools.
                6. Do not use tool if trigger does not actuate properly. Any tool that cannot be controlled with the trigger is dangerous and must be repaired.
                7. Never use tool which is defective or operating abnormally. If the tool appears to be operated unusually, making strange noises, or otherwise appears defective, stop using it immediately and arrange for repairs by an authorized service center.
                8. Maintain tools with care. Keep the tool clean and lubricated for better and safer performance.
                9.Never carry the tool by air hose.
                10.Store tools out of the reach of children and other untrained people. Tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
                11.Place tool properly on workpiece. Do not drive fasteners on top of other fasteners or with the tool at too steep of an angle; the fasteners can ricochet and hurt someone.
                12. Do not use the tool as a hammer.
                13. Keep all screws and covers tightly in place.
                14. Keep face, hands and feet away from firing head at all times. Never place your face, hands or feet near the firing head.
                15.Do not disconnect air hose from tool with finger on trigger. The tool can fire when re-connected to an air supply.
                16. Do not load fasteners with trigger pulled or safety depressed.
                17. Never place a hand or any part of body in fastener discharge area of tool.
                18. Do not drive fasteners into thin boards or near corners and edges of workpiece. The fasteners can be driven for a way from the workpiece and hit someone.
                19. Disconnect air hose from tool when:
                    (1). Doing maintenance and inspection;
                    (2). Clearing a jam;
                    (3). It is not in use;
                    (4). Leaving work area;
                    (5). Moving it to another location;
                    (6). Handing it to another person.
                20. Never attempt to clear a jam or repair the tool unless you have disconnected air hose from the tool and removed all remaining fasteners from the tool. The tool should never be left unattended since people who are not familiar with the tool might handle it and injure themselves.


                Air leaking near the
                top of the tool or in
                the trigger area.

                1. Loose screws.

                1. Tighten screws.

                2. Worn or damaged 

                O-rings or seals.

                2. Install overhaul kit.

                Air leaking near
                the bottom of
                the tool.

                1. Loose screws.

                1. Tighten screws.

                2. Worn or damaged 

                O-rings or seals.

                2. Install overhaul kit.

                Tool does
                nothing or

                1. Inadequate air supply.

                1. Make sure the air;compressor is set 
                between 60PSI and 100PSI.

                2. Tool is too dry.

                2. Add about 2-3 drops of lubrication into

                the air connector.

                3. Exhaust blocked.

                3. Clean exhaust channel.

                4. Worn or damaged 

                O-rings or seals.

                4. Install overhaul kit.

                Fasteners are
                jammed in the
                tool frequently.

                1. Driver channel is worn.

                1. Fix the drive channel.

                2. Piston is broken or worn.

                2. Replace the piston.

                3. Bent fasteners.

                3. Remove the bent fasteners,
                replaced with the right fasteners.

                4. Dirty magazine.

                4. Clean magazine.

                5. Loose magazine.

                5. Tighten screws.

                6. Wrong fasteners.

                6. Verify that fasteners are the correct size

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