Woodstock SHOP FOX W1775 Owner`s manual

MODEL W1775
NAILER/STAPLER KIT
OWNER'S MANUAL
Phone: (360) 734-3482 • Online Technical Support: tech-support@shopfox.biz
COPYRIGHT © JUNE, 2007 BY WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC., REVISED DECEMBER, 2007 (JM)
WARNING: NO PORTION OF THIS MANUAL MAY BE REPRODUCED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF WOODSTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
SAFETY
For Your Own Safety Read Instruction Manual
Before Operating This Equipment
The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible hazardous
conditions. This manual uses a series of symbols and signal words which are intended
to convey the level of importance of the safety messages. The progression of
symbols is described below. Remember that safety messages by themselves do not
eliminate danger and are not a substitute for proper accident prevention measures.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury.
It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTICE
This symbol is used to alert the user to useful
information about proper operation of the
equipment.
Safety Instructions for Pneumatic Tools
5. KEEP CHILDREN AND VISITORS
AWAY. All children and visitors
should be kept at a safe distance
from work area.
1. KEEP ALL SAFETY DEVICES IN
PLACE and in working order.
2. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND
WRENCHES. Form habit of checking
to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches are removed from tool
before operation.
6. MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF by
locking your shop and shutting off
air valves.
7. DO NOT FORCE TOOL. It will do
the job better and safer at the rate
for which it was designed.
3. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered
areas and benches invite accidents.
4. DO NOT USE IN DANGEROUS
ENVIRONMENT. Do not use
pneumatic tools in damp or wet
locations, or where any flammable
or noxious fumes may exist. Keep
work area well lighted.
8. USE THE RIGHT TOOL. Do not
force tool or attachment to do a
job for which it was not designed.
9. DO NOT USE UNDER THE
INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR
ALCOHOL.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Safety Instructions for Pneumatic Tools
10. USE PROPER AIR HOSE for the
tool. Make sure your air hose is in
good condition and is long enough
to reach your work without
stretching.
17. DISCONNECT TOOLS before
servicing, changing accessories, or
moving to another location.
11. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Do
not wear loose clothing, gloves,
neckties, rings, bracelets, or
other jewelry which may get
caught in moving parts. Non-slip
footwear is recommended. Wear a
protective hair covering to contain
long hair.
19. USE THE RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES. Consult owner’s
manual for recommended
accessories. The use of improper
accessories may cause risk of
injury.
18. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper
footing/balance at all times.
20. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS
BEFORE USING. Check for binding
and alignment of parts, broken
parts, part mounting, loose bolts,
and any other conditions that
mayaffect machine operation.
Repair or replace damaged parts.
12. ALWAYS USE SAFETY GLASSES.
Also use a face or dust mask
if cutting operation is dusty.
Everyday eyeglasses only have
impact resistant lenses, they are
NOT safety glasses.
21. NEVER LEAVE UNATTENDED TOOL
CONNECTED TO AIR. Disconnect
the air hose and do not leave tool
until it is relieved of any built up
pressure.
13. WEAR APPROVED HEARING
PROTECTION. Air escaping from
pneumatic tools can exceed safe
exposure limits and may cause
hearing damage with prolonged
exposure.
22. NEVER ALLOW UNTRAINED
USERS TO USE THIS TOOL WHILE
UNSUPERVISED.
14. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or a
vise to hold work when practical.
It is safer than using your hand
and frees both hands to operate
tool.
23. IF YOU ARE UNSURE OF THE
INTENDED OPERATION, STOP
USING TOOL. Seek formal training
or research books or magazines
that specialize in pneumatic tools.
15. MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE.
Keep tools lubricated and clean
for best and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating
and changing accessories.
24. BE AWARE OF HOSE LOCATION
WHEN USING PNEUMATIC TOOLS.
Hoses can easily become a tripping
hazard when laid across the floor
or spread out in a disorganized
fashion.
16. REDUCE THE RISK OF
UNINTENTIONAL FIRING. Do not
carry tool with hand on trigger
and always disconnect from air
when not in use.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Additional Safety for Nailers/Staplers
1. HAND INJURIES: Do not place your
hands near the nail/staple point
of entry. A nail/staple can deflect
and tear through the surface of the
workpiece, puncturing your hand or
fingers.
5. HOSE USAGE: Make sure your air
hose is designed for the tool in
use, is in good condition, and is
long enough to reach your work
without stretching. However, an
overly long air hose in the work
area may be a tripping hazard.
2. COMBUSTIBLE GASES: Never
connect the nailer/stapler to
pressurized oxygen or other
combustible gases as a power
source. Only use filtered,
lubricated, and regulated
compressed air.
6. OPERATING QUESTIONS: If you
are not sure about the intended
operation, stop using the nailer/
stapler. Seek formal training.
7. MAINTENANCE: Always disconnect
air from the nailer/stapler when
servicing or installing nails.
During maintenance, a nailer/
stapler connected to air may
fire accidentally, causing serious
personal injury.
3. SAFE HANDLING: Never point the
nail/stapler at others! Do not keep
the trigger pulled when loading
fasteners, carrying, or holding tool.
Carry the nailer/stapler only by the
handle, never by any other part.
Do not carry the nailer/stapler by
the air hose. Disconnect the nailer/
stapler from the air hose when
going up and down ladders.
8. COMPRESSED AIR RATING: Do
not connect the nailer/stapler to
compressed air that exceeds 120
PSI.
9. CHECK VALVE: Do not use a check
valve or any other fitting that
allows air to remain in the tool.
4. CLEANING: Never use gasoline or
other flammable liquids to clean
the nailer/stapler; vapors in the
nailer/stapler will ignite by a spark
and cause it to explode.
10. MODIFICATION: Do not modify
this tool or bypass the safety nose
mechanism.
Never point this nailer/stapler at
yourself or another person! Always
pay attention to the direction this
nailer/stapler is pointed. Use this
tool with respect and caution to
lessen the possibility of operator
or bystander injury. Ignoring this
warning may result in serious
personal injury.
Nailer/stapler accidents routinely
happen while moving the gun to
another location, such as up ladders,
to another room, or even another
job site. Always disconnect the gun
immediately after use and never
transport the gun while connected to
the air—even if the air compressor is
disconnected from its power source!
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
INTRODUCTION
Woodstock Technical
Support
Tool Data
Brad Length ............... 5⁄8"-2" (18 Gauge)
Staple Length ........................ 5/8"-15⁄8"
Staple Crown ................ 1⁄4" (18 Gauge)
Magazine Capacity ................100 pieces
Air Inlet.................................¼" NPT
Weight ................................. 3.3 lbs.
Operating Pressure ............... 60-100 PSI
This tool has been specially designed
to provide many years of trouble-free
service. Close attention to detail,
ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality
control program assure safe and reliable
operation.
Woodstock International, Inc. is
committed to customer satisfaction.
Our intent with this manual is to include
the basic information for safety, setup,
operation, maintenance, and service of
this product.
We stand behind our tools! In the
event that questions arise about
your tool, please contact Woodstock
International Technical Support at
(360) 734-3482 or send e-mail to:
tech-support@shopfox.biz. Our
knowledgeable staff will help you
troubleshoot problems and process
warranty claims.
Read the manual before operation.
Become familiar with this nailer/
stapler, its safety instructions,
and its operation before beginning
any work. Serious personal injury
may result if safety or operational
information is not understood or
followed.
If you need the latest edition of this
manual, you can download it from
http://www.shopfox.biz.
If you have comments about this
manual, please contact us at:
Woodstock International, Inc.
Attn: Technical Documentation
Manager
P.O. Box 2309
Bellingham, WA 98227
Email: manuals@woodstockint.com
No list of safety guidelines can be
complete. Every shop environment
is different. Always consider safety
first, as it applies to your individual
working conditions. Use this and
other tools with caution and respect.
Failure to do so could result in serious
personal injury, damage to equipment
or poor work results.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Compressed Air System
The Model W1775 is designed to be
operated at 60-100 PSI using clean,
dry, regulated, compressed air. Do not
exceed the 120 PSI maximum operating
pressure for your model.
Before using your new nailer/stapler,
regulate the air pressure to find the
optimum setting within the specified
operating range. Start by testing the
nailer/stapler at a low setting, then
increase the air pressure as needed for
satisfactory results.
Exceeding the maximum permissible
operating pressure may damage
the nailer/stapler and cause it to
malfunction. To protect yourself
from personal injury, DO NOT
allow the air pressure to exceed
the recommended pressure for this
nailer/stapler!
An in-line filter/lubricator/regulator unit
can be installed as depicted in Figure 1.
This filter/lubricator/regulator unit
will protect your tool from damaging
water build-up, allow you to adjust and
maintain regulated air pressure to your
tool, and save you the inconvenience of
having to manually lubricate your tool
every time you use it.
If you plan on installing a filter/
lubricator/regulator unit in your
compressed air system, always follow the
connection instructions that come with
the unit.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
SETUP
Unpacking
This tool has been carefully packaged for safe transportation. If you notice the tool
has been damaged during shipping, please contact your authorized Shop Fox dealer
immediately.
Inventory
The following is a description of the main components shipped with the Model W1775.
Lay the components out to inventory them.
Note: If you can't find an item on this list, check the mounting location on the tool
or examine the packaging materials carefully. Occasionally we pre-install certain
components for safer shipping.
Box Inventory (Figure 2)
Qty
A. 2-in-1 Nailer/Stapler ................... 1
B. Pneumatic Tool Oil ..................... 1
C. Carrying Case ............................ 1
Qty
D. Safety Goggles ........................... 1
E. Hex Wrench 3mm ....................... 1
F. Hex Wrench 4mm ....................... 1
D
B
F
C
A
Figure 2. Model W1775 inventory.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Safety Nose Mechanism
— If the nailer/stapler fires when
the trigger is pulled, without the
safety nose mechanism being
depressed, then the nailer/stapler
is not working properly.
A safety mechanism on the nose of the
nailer/stapler protects against accidental
firing. When the trigger is pressed, the
nailer/stapler will not fire until the safety
nose mechanism is depressed.
— If you find that the safety nose
mechanism is not working properly, check the lubrication of its
sliding components.
Before you use your nailer/stapler for
the first time, check the safety nose
mechanism to ensure proper function.
To check the safety nose mechanism,
do these steps:
Do not attempt to modify or bypass
the safety nose mechanism to make
the nailer/stapler fire without pushing
the nose down.
1. DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM
THE AIR SUPPLY!
2. Make sure the magazine is empty and
contains no nails/staples.
3. Make sure the trigger and the safety
nose mechanism move up and down
without sticking.
The safety mechanism is a mechanical
device that can fail. Never rely on
this mechanism as an excuse to point
the nailer/stapler at yourself or
any bystanders. Serious injury may
occur.
4. Connect the nailer/stapler to the air
supply.
5. Without pressing the trigger,
depress the safety nose mechanism
against a scrap piece of wood that is
clean and free of any knots, nails, or
other foreign objects.
— If the nailer/stapler does not fire,
then the safety nose mechanism is
working correctly.
Operating this nailer/stapler can
propel objects into the air, causing
immediate eye damage. To protect
yourself, always wear ANSI approved
safety glasses or goggles when
operating this equipment.
— If the nailer/stapler does fire
when you do this, immediately
disconnect the nailer/stapler from
the air supply and call Technical
Support.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
OPERATIONS
Loading
When replacing brad nails in your Model
W1775, follow these guidelines:
Pusher
Gauge: 18
Brad Length: 5⁄8"-2"
Staple Length: 5⁄8"-15⁄8" (crown 1⁄4")
Capacity: 100
Magazine
Sight Window
To load your nailer/stapler, do these
steps:
Figure 4. Loading nails into magazine.
4. Slide the staples or brads all the way
down to the nose of the nailer/stapler.
1. DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM
THE AIR SUPPLY!
5. Push the magazine toward the nose of
the nailer/stapler until the catch lever
locks.
2. Grip the nailer/stapler firmly,
unlatch the catch lever (Figure 3),
and pull the magazine pusher back
completely.
6. Reload the nailer/stapler when the
magazine sight window (Figure 4)
shows the nail or staple level is low.
The sight window shows up to approximately 50 nails or staples loaded.
Operating
If you have not read the safety
instructions in this manual, do not
operate the nailer/stapler.
Figure 3. Catch lever engaged and
magazine pusher retracted.
Before you operate your nailer/stapler,
place two to three drops of the included
oil into the quick connect fitting where
the nailer/stapler connects to the air
supply, unless using a lubricator unit.
3. Insert a strip of brads or staples,
pointed-end down, into the magazine
as shown in Figure 4.
To operate your nailer/stapler, do these
steps:
1. Connect the air supply to the quick
connect fitting.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
2. To test for proper nail penetration,
hold the nailer/stapler perpendicular
to the surface of a piece of clean
scrap wood that is thick enough for
the length of nails/staples you have
loaded.
— If the nail/staple either went too
far or not far enough, then go to
the Adjusting Depth section on
this page.
Adjusting Depth
3. Depress the safety nose mechanism
against your workpiece.
A depth adjustment knob is attached
to the nose for setting the nail/staple
depth.
4. Before pulling the trigger, make sure
your free hand and other body parts
are positioned out of the way of a
potential path of a nail/staple in case
of deflection.
To adjust the depth, do these steps:
1. DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM
THE AIR SUPPLY!
Deflection is caused when grain
irregularities, knots or foreign objects
inside the wood cause the nail/staple
to change its path, resulting in the
nail/staple puncturing the surface of
the workpiece, as shown in Figure 5.
2. Rotate the adjustment knob (Figure
6) clockwise to increase depth or
counterclockwise to decrease depth.
Adjustment Knob
Besides damaging your workpiece,
deflection can cause injury if your
free hand is securing the workpiece
in the location that the nail/staple
deflects.
Figure 6. Loosening cap screw for depth
adjustment.
3. Connect nailer/stapler to the air
supply and test the nail depth.
Repeat this entire procedure if
necessary until the nail/staple depth
is satisfactory.
Figure 5. Example of nail deflection.
5. Pull the trigger.
DO NOT place your hands near the
staple point of entry. A nail/staple
can deflect and tear through the
surface of the workpiece, puncturing
your hand or fingers.
— If the nail/staple drove into the
wood far enough, continue with
your intended operations.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Clearing Jammed Nails
To clear a jammed nail from the discharge area, do these steps:
A jammed nail or staple must be cleared
before using the nailer/stapler again.
1. DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM
THE AIR SUPPLY!
To clear a jammed nail or staple from
the magazine, do these steps:
2. Unlock the catch lever and pull the
magazine pusher back completely.
1. DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM
THE AIR SUPPLY!
3. Remove the nail/staple stick from the
magazine.
2. Unlock the catch lever and pull the
magazine pusher back completely.
4. Loosen the cap screws shown in
Figure 7, and remove the cover with
a 3mm hex wrench. Dislodge the
jammed nail/staple with a pair of
needle nose pliers.
3. Locate and remove the jammed
nail/staple with a pair of needle nose
pliers.
4. Throw the damaged nail/staple away.
Cap Screws
5. Inspect the nail/staple stick. If it is
bent or damaged, throw it away and
insert a new stick that only contains
clean, undamaged nails/staples. DO
NOT use dirty or damaged nails/
staples!
Cover
6. Push the magazine pusher forward to
the front of the magazine until the
catch lever locks.
Figure 7. Opening cover to clear a jam.
5.
Secure the cover with the cap screws
removed in Step 4.
6.
Throw the damaged nail/staple away.
7. Inspect the nail/staple stick. If it is
bent or damaged, throw it away and
insert a new stick that only contains
clean, undamaged nails/staples. DO
NOT use dirty or damaged nails/
staples!
8. Slide the magazine pusher forward to
the front of the magazine until the
catch lever locks.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Replacing Piston and
O-Rings
6. Open the nose cover as if to clear a
jammed nail/staple.
Under heavy use, a piston or piston shaft
may wear out. Replacement is quick and
easy. Contact your authorized Shop Fox
dealer to obtain the Piston Repair Kit
(part number X1775001).
7. Watch the discharge area and push
the top of the piston with your
finger. You will see the piston shaft
slide down the discharge area.
8. Taking care not to scratch or dent
the nailer parts, use a wooden
dowel or similarly shaped tool to
push the piston shaft back inside the
nailer/stapler until you can grip the
piston head and remove it from the
cylinder. Clean and inspect the parts
for cracks, wear, or burrs.
9. Place a new O-ring on the new piston
and apply a thin film of the nailer/
stapler lubricating oil on the O-ring.
Always disconnect air from nailer/
stapler whenever servicing! During
maintenance, a nailer/stapler connected to air may fire accidentally,
causing serious personal injury!
10. Insert the new piston in the cylinder.
Make sure that the grooves on the
piston shaft line up with those on the
guide at the bottom of the cylinder.
The new piston should easily slide
into the cylinder. DO NOT force the
piston into the cylinder! If the piston
is not easily inserted, double-check
the alignment of the piston shaft with
the grooves on the guide.
To replace a piston and O-rings, do
these steps:
1. DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM
THE AIR SUPPLY!
2. Remove all nails/staples from the
magazine cartridge, and clean the
exterior of the nailer.
11. After the piston is inserted correctly,
close the magazine. Replace the rear
cap assembly and tighten the four
cap screws.
3. Remove the four cap screws on the
back of the nailer/stapler, near the
exhaust port.
12. For more assistance, or to install a
complete O-ring set, refer to the
appropriate breakdown diagram
in the back of this manual for
component locations.
4. Remove the cap.
5. The top of the piston should now be
visible inside the cylinder, which is
housed in the head of the nailer/stapler.
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
CLEANING & LUBRICATION
Cleaning
Lubricating
Disconnect the nailer/stapler from the
air supply before cleaning. Use a good
solvent to clean the nose assembly of the
nailer/stapler. Always be sure that the
nailer/stapler is dry before using it again.
Standard pneumatic tool oil has been
included with your new Shop Fox nailer/
stapler to help maintain its useful life.
Place two to three drops of oil in the
nailer/stapler air inlet (as shown in
Figure 8) before every use, or after 2
hours of continuous use.
Do not allow dust, chips, sand, etc. into
the air connectors or into the body of the
nailer/stapler; this may result in leaks
and damage to the nailer/stapler and the
air couplings.
Figure 8. Lubricating nailer/stapler via
air inlet.
Wipe off any excess oil near the nailer/
stapler exhaust to avoid dust build-up.
When the oil that was included with the
nailer/stapler has been completely used,
replace with a quality pneumatic tool oil.
An alternative to manual oiling is to
install a lubricator in your air compressor
line. A lubricator eliminates the need to
oil your tool each time you use it. If you
have a lubricator in your air compressor
line, ensure it is functioning properly.
Never use gasoline or other
flammable liquids to clean this
tool. Vapors in the tool may ignite,
causing the tool to explode. Ignoring
this warning may lead to serious
personal injury or even death!
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
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Model W1775 Nailer/Stapler Kit
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause Cause
Possible Solution
Air leaking at
trigger valve area.
1. O-rings in trigger valve housing
are damaged.
1. O-rings must be replaced
& operation of safety nose
must be checked.
Air leaking
between housing
and hose
1. Loose screws in housing.
2. Damaged O-ring.
3. Loose air fitting.
1. Reseal and tighten screws.
2. Replace O-ring
3. Tighten air fitting & use
teflon tape.
Air leaking
between housing
and cap.
1. Damaged seal.
1. Replace damaged seals.
Tool skips nails
while discharging.
1. Excessive air pressure.
2. Air leaks.
1. Reduce air pressure to tool.
2. Reseal and tighten screws
and fittings.
3. Clean nose.
4. Clean magazine and
inspect/repair damage.
5. Check fittings, hose,
compressor, and air
pressure.
6. Replace O-ring and
lubricate.
7. Replace trigger valve Orings.
8. Replace bumper.
9. Replace cap seal.
3. Dirt in nose.
4. Dirt or damage prevents nails
from moving freely.
5. Inadequate air flow to tool.
6. Worn piston O-ring or lack of
lubrication.
7. Damaged trigger valve O-rings.
8. Worn bumper.
9. Cap seal leaking.
Tool runs slowly
or has a loss of
power.
1. Undersized air hose.
2. Nailer/stapler is not lubricated.
3. Broken spring in cap assembly.
4. Exhaust port in cap is blocked.
1. Use a larger hose.
2. Lubricate nailer/stapler.
3. Replace spring.
4. Clean or replace damaged
internal parts.
Fasteners
frequently jam the
nailer/stapler.
1. Fasteners are the wrong size.
2. Nailer is not lubricated.
1. Use correct nails.
2. Follow lubricating
instructions.
3. Use undamaged, clean nails.
3. Fasteners are bent or dirty.
4. Magazine or nose screws are
loose.
5. Driver or driver guide are worn
or damaged.
Nailer/stapler does
not fire.
4. Tighten magazine.
5. Replace worn or damaged
parts.
1. Fastener is jammed in magazine 1. Clear magazine or discharge
area.
or discharge area.
2. Replace piston shaft.
2. Piston shaft is damaged.
3. Check/increase air pressure.
3. Air pressure too low.
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