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Did you check bearings and check power cord for burned or loose connection?

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I strongly suspect the item is of generic Far Eastern manufacture (label engineered) and with minimal parts backup.

If parts are available they will be sourced from Clarke Tools or Machine Mart.

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Do you add a drop or 2 of pneumatic oil before connecting to the air line? This is what happened to one of my finish guns. I ended up taking my gun apart to get to the driver and nail guide; adding oil in places to get the driver to function properly again. I removed all nails(IMPORTANT) and would then push the driver back to position,put the guide back together, then fire, remove the nail guide again and expose the stuck driver.... repeat repeat repeat. Adding oil in places that looked catching. Fixed it. Works like a champ now

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Read the manual!

It is very important, those things can kill and maim!

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I found the manual for the Ryobi AP-10 planer here: http://attometer.com/pdf/20100424_Ryobi%20planer%20AP-10%20manual.pdf . I could download/save the file using Adobe Reader or the Chrome PDF extension.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Possibly a staple has become jammmed and is not allowing thesensor to be triggered.

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Check with a Hardware store. They usually have what you need

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GOOD FOR YOU WE HAVE NO IDEA HERE

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If you have air pressure it should work with nails in it. Take it back.

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I've had that happen before and what I found was one of the Staples or nails had misfired and wedged before leaving the gun. read the manual on how to get to it for that particular model and also it might be a good idea to adjust your pressure accordingly to keep it from happening again. If the force isn't set proper then a nail could Jam , block the mouth and not allow any other nails to exit. It's very easy to do and not that hard to fix once you've done it at least once. Good luck.

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