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Makita Tools &... | Answered 11 hours ago | 14 views

Computer password, hard drive password, router password, bank password, email password, it matters which one as they are all different.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered 2 days ago | 17 views

open it up and look where the staples go, there should be something to pull back to assist them to move forward its someplace on there. have to look at bit. but yeah its called the pusher. and has a spring someplace. that also needs to open to load.

ACCO Brands... | Answered 3 days ago | 2,014 views

unplug it and flip it over and see if there is something jammed if not, then when its still upside down, and unplugged find something flat and stiff about the width of the blade of the stapler. slide it up and make sure the driver blade is returning. if it doesn't go up the staples cannot feed and while it will fire it wont be on top of the staple when it fires.

Electric Tools &... | Answered 3 days ago | 20 views

The bostitch nailer pictured along along with your question is a RN46 roofing coil nailer. It has a dial on the front of the nose for adjusting depth. Some older nailers (roofing nailers) do no have a means of adjusting so were set at the factory for best performance. The question of depth usually comes up when lower bumper fails and the nail is driven too deep. Easy test. Remove nails and find a very soft piece of wood. Dry fire the gun against soft wood and measure how deep the driver is entering the wood. Harder test. Remove the head and use any handy tool to push driver down to bottom. Measure how far the driver extends past nose (should be about 1/8 to 3/16). If more, replace the lower bumper. Good luck

Stanley Bostitch... | Answered 3 days ago | 288 views

Try this site to find your manual.

Ryobi Tools &... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019 | 595 views

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

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Mar 14, 2019 | 33 views

What kind of stapler do you have?

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Mar 14, 2019 | 16 views

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