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Campbell Hausfeld NB0030 Instruction manual
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Air Nailer/Stapler Operation Manual
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It is the owner and/or operator’s responsibility to study all WARNINGS, operating, and maintenance instructions
contained on the product label and instruction manual prior to operation of this unit. The owner/operator shall retain
product instructions for future reference.
The owner and/or operator is responsible for maintenance, maintaining all decals or warning labels and
while in use, maintaining the unit in good working order. If the owner and/or operator is not fluent in
English, French or Spanish, the product warnings and instructions shall be read and discussed with the
operator’s native language by the purchaser/owner or his designee. Make sure that
the operator comprehends its contents. Safety information shall be emphasized and
understood prior to usage. The air nailer/stapler shall be inspected per the operating
instructions.
Users of this air nailer/stapler must fully understand these instructions. Each person
operating this air nailer/stapler must also be of sound mind and body and must not be
under the influence of any substance that might impair their vision, dexterity, or judgment.
Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information.
Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury and/or property damage!
If you encounter any problems or difficulties,
please contact our customer service department at:
1-800-423-3598
1-310-522-9008
1-310-522-9066 Fax
info@alltradetools.com
SAFETY ALERT
WARNING
Read and understand this entire instruction manual
before attempting to assemble, install, operate or maintain this air
nailer/stapler. Failure to comply with the instructions may result in serious
personal injury and/or property damage!
The following signal words are used to emphasize safety warnings that must be followed when using this air nailer/stapler:
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, WILL result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, COULD
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, MAY result
in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE
Indicates important information, which if not followed, MAY cause damage
to equipment.
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NAILER/STAPLER SPECIFICATIONS
Compressed Air:
Maximum permissible operating pressure:
Recommended operating pressure range:
Magazine Capacity:
120PSI (0.8 MPa)
60-100PSI (0.4-0.7 MPa)
Approx.100 Brad Nails/Staples
Rotatable
Exhaust Cap
Air and
Oil Inlet
Trigger
Quick
Release
Latch
Magazine
Nail/Staple Loading Area
Work Contact
Element (WCE)
Discharge Area
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NAIL/STAPLE INFORMATION
Fastener Gauge
Fastener Lengths
18 Gauge Brad Nails
5/8"-2"
18 Gauge Crown Staples
3/8"-1"
NAILS:
Can use brad nails from the following branded air-powered brad nailers: Bostitch® BT125sk-2, Campbell Hausfeld®
NB0030, Paslode® T125-F18, Porter Cable® BN125 and Senco® Finish Pro® 15.
STAPLES:
Can use staples from the following branded air-powered staplers: Porter Cable® NS100A and Senco® SLS18.
Bostitch® is a registered trademark of The Stanley Works
Campbell Hausfeld® is a registered trademark of Campbell Hausfeld/Scott Fetzer Co.
DeWalt® is a registered trademark of Black & Decker Corp.
Paslode® is a registered trademark of Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Porter Cable® is a registered trademark of Porter-Cable Corp.
Senco® is a registered trademark of Senco Products, Inc.
Finish Pro™ is a trademark of Senco Products, Inc.
Recommended Hookup
Quick
Plug
Quick
Coupler
Air Hose
Quick Plug
(Optional)
Regulator
Oiler
Quick
Coupler
(Optional)
Air
Hose
Filter
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UNPACKING & INSPECTION
WARNING Do not operate this air nailer/stapler if damaged during shipment, handling or misuse. Damage may result in bursting, which can cause serious injury or property damage.
All damaged parts must be repaired or replaced as needed prior to operating this air nailer/stapler.
If you have any questions, or require assistance with damaged or missing parts, please contact our
customer service department at:
1-800-423-3598
1-310-522-9008
1-310-522-9066 Fax
info@alltradetools.com
Please have the serial number, model number, date of purchase, and parts list, (with missing parts
indentified), available for reference when calling
SAFETY WARNINGS
READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS BEFORE
USING AIR NAILER/STAPLER
General Safety Warnings:
• Keep work area clean. Messy areas and cluttered workbenches invite personal injury, and/or property
damage.
• Keep children and visitors away. All children should be kept away from the work area. DO NOT let children handle the air nailer/stapler. Maintain a safe distance for any person near the work area.
• Operating any tools or equipment under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication can cause personal injury to yourself and others.
• Wear proper apparel. Remove your jewelry before using air nailer/stapler. Do not wear loose clothing,
necklaces, rings, bracelets, or other jewelry, which may get caught in moving parts. Nonskid footwear
and electrically conductive gloves are highly suggested while working. Wear protective hair covering to
contain long hair.
• Protect your eyes. The operation of any air tool can result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes,
which can result in severe eye damage. Always wear eye protection with side shields that meets ANSI
Z28.1 specifications during air nailer/stapler operation. Eyeglasses are not always safety glasses.
• Be responsible for your hearing. Wear hearing protection during use.
• Do not overreach. Proper footing and balance is a must
at all times while using tools. Unstable support may lead
to personal injury.
WARNING OPERATOR AND OTHERS IN THE
WORK AREA MUST WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WITH
SIDE SHIELDS. THESE SAFETY GLASSES MUST CONFORM TO LOCAL REGULATIONS.
• Keep fingers AWAY from the trigger when not driving fasteners to avoid accidental firing.
• Never use near oxygen or other bottled gasses. Explosion may occur. NEVER
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USE COMBUSTIBLE GASSES OR ANY OTHER REACTIVE GAS AS A POWER
SOURCE FOR THIS NAILER/STAPLER. Explosion and serious personal injury
could occur.
Use clean, dry, regulated, compressed air at 60 to 100 PSI (0.4 to 0.7 MPA). Do
not connect the nailer/stapler to any pressure source that may exceed 120 PSI
(0.8 MPA).
Only use air hose that is rated for a maximum working pressure of at least 150
PSI (1.0 MPA) or 150% of the maximum system pressure, whichever is greater.
Always disconnect the nailer/stapler to the air supply before loading fasteners.
Disconnect nailer/stapler from the air supply hose before unloading fasteners, performing nailer/stapler
maintenance, clearing a jammed fastener, leaving work area, moving nailer/stapler to another location,
or handing the nailer/stapler to another person.
Always assume that the air nailer/stapler is loaded with fasteners. Never point air nailer/stapler at any
part of your body or at others in the work area.
Never use nailer/stapler if safety, trigger or springs are inoperable, missing or damaged. DO NOT alter
or remove safety, trigger or springs. Make sure that there is free movement of the trigger and safety
mechanism before each use.
Do not load fasteners with trigger or safety depressed to prevent unintentional firing of a fastener.
Do not drive fasteners close to the edge of the work piece. The work piece is likely to split allowing fasteners to fly free or ricochet causing personal injury.
Fire fasteners into work surface only. Never fire into materials that are too hard
to penetrate. DO NOT drive fasteners in on top of other fasteners or with the
nailer/stapler at too steep an angle as the fasteners may ricochet causing personal injury.
Always carry a fastener-driving nailer/stapler by the handgrip and never by the
trigger or with the trigger activated. Never carry the nailer/stapler by the hose or
pull the hose to move the nailer/stapler.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
USING AIR NAILER/STAPLER
Preparing the Nailer/stapler for Operation:
• This air nailer/stapler requires lubrication for proper operation and service life. Failure to lubricate nailer/stapler properly will result in damage to the nailer/stapler and void your warranty.
• Lubricate before first use and before each work session thereafter.
• Disconnect the air supply from the nailer/stapler before lubricating.
• Add a few drops of nailer/stapler 30W non-detergent oil into the inlet. Wipe off excessive oil at the
exhaust. Excessive oil will damage the o-rings of the nailer/stapler. Never use detergent oil, or oil
additives. Do not use air oi, as it contains solvents which will damage the nailer/stapler’s internal components.
• Note: If an in-line oiler is used, manual lubrication through the air inlet is not required on a daily basis.
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Checking the Nailer/Stapler for Proper Operation:
WARNING BEFORE EACH USE, YOU MUST CHECK FOR THE PROPER OPERATION OF
THE WORK CONTACT ELEMENT (WCE).
• The WCE is the mechanism on the nailer/stapler that is pressed into the work piece prior to pulling the
trigger. It must work properly to prevent accidental discharge of fasteners.
• The WCE on the nailer/stapler is held in place by a latch. Ensure latch is properly closed and locked
before proceeding.
• Disconnect the nailer/stapler from the air supply.
• Remove all fasteners from the nailer/stapler.
• Make sure the WCE moves up and down without sticking or binding. If sticking or binding occurs, discontinue use of the nailer/stapler until proper service and/or repairs are performed
• Connect the air supply to the nailer/stapler.
• Press the WCE against the work piece without pulling the trigger. The nailer/stapler must not operate.
• Hold the nailer/stapler clear of the work piece. The work contact element should return to its original
down position. Pull the trigger. The nailer/stapler must not cycle.
WARNING NEVER USE THE NAILER/STAPLER IF IT OPERATES WITHOUT PULLING THE
TRIGGER
Loading the Nailer/Stapler:
WARNING CONNECT NAILER/STAPLER TO AIR SUPPLY BEFORE LOADING FASTENERS.
DO NOT LOAD FASTENERS WITH TRIGGER OR SAFETY DEPRESSED TO PREVENT UNINTENTIONAL DISCHARGE OF A FASTENER.
• Attach a high flow quick connector fitting to the nailer/stapler.
• Use clean, dry, regulated, compressed air at 60 to 100 PSI (0.4 to 0.7 MPA). Do not connect the nailer/stapler to any pressure source that may exceed 120 PSI (0.8 MPA).
• Only use air hose that is rated for a maximum working pressure of at least 150 PSI (1.0 MPA) or 150%
of the maximum system pressure, whichever is greater.
• Press the magazine latch. Pull back the magazine cover.
• Insert fasteners into magazine. Make sure the pointed ends of the fasteners are loaded with the sharp
points facing points downward. Make sure the fasteners are not dirty or damaged.
• Push the magazine cover forward until the latch catches.
Operating the Nailer/Stapler:
WARNING DO NOT DRIVE FASTENERS CLOSE TO THE EDGE OF THE WORK PIECE.
THE WORK PIECE IS LIKELY TO SPLIT ALLOWING FASTENERS TO FLY FREE OR RICOCHET
CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY.
WARNING FIRE FASTENERS INTO WORK SURFACE ONLY. NEVER FIRE INTO MATERIALS THAT ARE TOO HARD TO PENETRATE. DO NOT DRIVE FASTENERS IN ON TOP OF OTHER
FASTENERS OR WITH THE NAILER/STAPLER AT TOO STEEP AN ANGLE AS THE FASTENERS
MAY RICOCHET CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY.
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• For the nailer/stapler to operate, your finger must first be off the trigger and the work contact element
of the nailer/stapler then pressed against the work piece. Once the work contact element is pressed
against the work piece, pull the trigger to drive the fastener into the work piece.
• Release the trigger after each fastener is driven.
• Move the nailer/stapler to the next location and repeat the procedure above.
• Test for proper fastener penetration by driving nails into a sample piece of wood. If the fasteners do not
achieve the desired penetration, adjust the air pressure to a higher setting until the desired penetration
is achieved.
Clearing a Jam from the Nailer/Stapler:
FASTENER JAMMED IN FASTENER DISCHARGE AREA:
• Disconnect air nailer/stapler from air hose.
• Open the nozzle, grab jammed fastener with pliers and remove.
FASTENER JAM INSIDE THE MAGAZINE:
• Disconnect air nailer/stapler from air hose.
• Pull back on the magazine cover.
• Open the nozzle and remove jammed fastener.
• Push the magazine cover forward until the latch catches.
Cleaning the Nailer/Stapler:
WARNING DISCONNECT THE NAILER/STAPLER BEFORE CLEANING AND INSPECTION.
CORRECT ALL PROBLEMS BEFORE PLACING NAILER/STAPLER BACK IN USE.
DANGER NEVER USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS TO CLEAN THE
NAILER/STAPLER. VAPORS IN THE NAILER/STAPLER WILL IGNITE WHEN NAILER/STAPLER IS IN
USE AND CAUSE THE NAILER/STAPLER TO EXPLODE, WHICH WILL RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
• Disconnect air nailer/stapler from air hose.
• Remove tar buildup with kerosene #2 fuel oil. Dry off nailer/stapler completely before use.
• NOTE: DO NOT SOAK nailer/stapler in cleaning solutions or damage may occur.
Service and Repairs:
• All quality nailers will eventually require servicing or replacement of parts due to wear from normal use.
These operations should only be performed by a licensed professional technician. Never try to repair
the nailer/stapler by yourself. For service, call 1-800-423-3598.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
WARNING DISCONNECT NAILER/STAPLER FROM AIR SUPPLY BEFORE PERFORMING
ANY SERVICE PROCEDURE.
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Troubleshooting, continued
Symptom: Air leak near top of nailer/stapler or in trigger area.
Problem
Loose screws.
Worn or damaged o-rings or seals
Solutions
Tighten screws.
Contact factory for service. 1-800-423-3598
Symptom: Nailer/stapler does nothing or operates sluggishly.
Problem
Inadequate air supply.
Inadequate lubrication.
tions.
Worn or damaged o-rings or seals.
Solutions
Check compressor settings Check air hose/filters
for kinks or blockage. Oil nailer/stapler per instrucContact factory for service. 1-800-423-3598
Symptom: Air leak near bottom of nailer/stapler.
Problem
Loose screws.
Worn or damaged o-rings or bumper.
Solutions
Tighten screws.
Contact factory for service. 1-800-423-3598
Symptom: Nailer/stapler jams frequently.
Problem
Incorrect fasteners.
Damaged fasteners.
Magazine or nose screw loose.
Magazine is dirty.
Driver is worn or damaged.
Solutions
Verify fasteners are the correct size.
Replace with undamaged fasteners
Tighten screws.
Clean magazine
Contact factory for service. 1-800-423-3598
Symptom: Other
Problem
Other
Solutions
Contact factory for service. 1-800-423-3598
NAILER PARTS LISTING
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part No.
A0304-0301
A0200-1261
A0000-0341
A0005-0031
A0301-0151
A0311-0121
B0300-0671
A0100-0221
A0200-0231
A0200-0071
Description
Exhaust Valve Collar
O-Ring
Screw
Washer
Cylinder Cap
Air Seal
Exhaust Valve Site Set
Spring
O-Ring
O-Ring
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NAILER PARTS LISTING
No.
11
12
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58
Part No.
A0308-0241
A0200-0251
A0200-0081
A0205-0111
A0200-0721
A0602-0171
A0011-0051
A0011-0051
A0011-0061
A0600-0771
A0305-0071
A0200-0301
A0303-0141
A0309-0011
A0200-0911
A0800-0381
A0401-0441
A0310-0151
A0200-1091
A0503-0221
A0200-1081
A0104-0041
A0200-0431
A0504-0071
A0503-0121
A0200-0331
A0005-0041
A0006-0271
A0101-0031
A0502-0031
A0710-0211
A0500-0191
A0006-0281
A0712-0051
A0011-0241
A0200-0131
A0306-0231
QA236-0041
A0800-0022
A0719-0031
A0000-0101
A0100-0211
A0711-0491
A0801-0511
A0000-0021
A0800-0331
F32-57
F32-58
Description
Firing Valve Piston
O-Ring
O-Ring
Gasket
O-Ring
Piston Head
Driver Blade Pin
Outer Spring Pin
Inner Spring Pin
Driver Blade
Collar
O-Ring
Cylinder
Bumper
O-Ring
Spacer
Body
Nozzle
O-Ring
Upper Remote Housing
O-Ring
Conical Spring
O-Ring
Remote Core
Remote Housing
Trigger Valve Stem
E-Ring
Step Pin
Extension Spring
Trigger Guide
Pin Bushing
Trigger
Pin
Catch Guide Plate
Spring Pin
O-Ring
Tail Cover
Air Plug
Spacer
Spring Holder
Screws
Compression Spring
Release Catch
Driver Guide
Screw
Spacer
Inner Magazine
Tail cover
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NAILER PARTS LISTING
No.
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
Part No.
A0000-0211
A0000-0011
A0005-0051
A0004-0001
A0709-0081
A0103-0061
A0706-0201
A0006-0041
A0000-0091
A0200-0241
QA276-0021
A0100-0031
A0314-0141
A0716-0171
A0707-0451
A0706-0691
A0011-0231
B0300-0621
B0600-0321
B0300-0261
B0500-0181
B0500-0161
B0700-0761
B0700-0521
Description
Screw
Screw
Washer
Hex Nut
Click Lever
Spring
Spring Holder
Step Pin
Screw
O-Ring
Steel Bar
Compression Spring
Exhaust Valve Site
End Stopper
Pusher
Spring Holder
Spring Pin
Firing Valve Piston Set
Driver Blade Set
Cylinder Set
Trigger Valve Set
Trigger Set
Click Lever Set
Magazine Assembly
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NAILER PARTS DIAGRAM
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STAPLER PARTS LISTING
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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13
14
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28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Part No.
A0304-0301
A0200-1261
A0000-0101
A0005-0031
A0301-0141
A0311-0121
B0300-0671
A0100-0221
A0200-0231
A0200-0071
A0308-0241
A0200-0251
A0205-0111
A0305-0071
A0303-0011
A0309-0011
A0200-0911
A0800-0381
A0401-XXX1
A0310-0121
A0200-1091
A0200-1081
A0503-0221
A0104-0041
A0200-0431
A0504-0071
A0503-0121
A0504-0051
A0005-0041
A0006-0271
A0101-0031
A0502-0031
A0710-0211
A0500-0191
A0006-281
A0712-0051
A0011-0241
A0200-0131
A0306-0231
A0200-0031
A0602-0021
A0601-0021
A0011-0051
A0011-0061
A0600-0141
A0800-0022
A0600-0231
A0719-0041
Description
Exhaust Valve Collar
O-Ring
Screw
Washer
Cylinder Cap
Air Seal
Exhaust Valve Assembly
Spring
O-Ring
O-Ring
Firing Valve Piston
O-Ring
Gasket
Collar
Cylinder
Bumper
O-Ring
Spacer
Body
Nozzle
O-Ring
O-Ring
Upper Remote Housing
Conical Spring
O-Ring
Remote Core
Remote Housing
Trigger Valve Stem
E-Ring
Step Pin
Extension Spring
Trigger Guide
Pin Bushing
Trigger
Pin
Catch Plate Guide
Spring Pin
O-Ring
Tail Cover
O-Ring
Piston Head
Driver Blade Pin
Outer Spring Pin
Inner Spring Pin
Driver Blade
Spacer
Spacer
Spring Holder
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STAPLER PARTS LISTING
No.
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
Part No.
A0100-0211
A0711-0463
A0801-0901
A0801-1161
A0005-0071
A0000-0001
QA277-0011
A0101-0021
A0004-0001
A0006-0021
A0002-0001
B0600-1381
A0707-0442
A0100-0121
B1100-0161
A0002-0011
A0708-0061
A0200-0241
A0314-0141
A0200-0081
B0300-0621
B0300-0861
B0500-0181
B0500-0161
A0204-0181
QA236-0041
Description
Compression Spring
Release Catch
Driver Guide
Driver Guide Cover
Washer
Screw
Click Lever
Torsion Spring
Hex Nut
Step Pin
Screw
Piston Set
Pusher
Feeder Spring
Magazine Set
Screw
Steel Bar
O-Ring
Exhaust Valve Site
O-Ring
Head Valve Piston Set
Cylinder Set
Trigger Valve Set
Trigger Set
Handle Grip
Air Plug
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STAPLER PARTS DIAGRAM
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