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Nailer/Stapler Operation Manual Specifications
Nailer/Stapler
Operation Manual
Specifications
MODEL NO.
Max. P.S.I.
Operating Pressure
Range
Air Inlet
Weight
Height
Length
Width
Type of Fastener
NF2502X4
120
70-120
SNC1002X4
120
70-120
1/4" NPT
4.66
10.25
11.75
3
Finish Nail
16 Gauge
1/4" NPT
2.3
7.5
11.3
2.25
Narrow Crown
Staple 18 Gauge
Fastener Lengths
Fastener Capacity
See page 17
110 pcs.
See page 18
150 pcs.
NB2002X4 NB1252X4
120
120
70-120
70-120
1/4" NPT
2.6
8.1
9
2
Brad Nail
18 Gauge
NBSNC2X4
120
57-110
1/4" NPT
2.55
7.75
9.75
2.25
Brad Nail
18 Gauge
1/4" NPT
3.3
9.68
9.72
2.44
Brad Nail 18 Gauge/
Narrow Crown
Staple 18 Gauge
1/2" - 1 1/2"
See Page 19 See page 20
See page 21
110
110 pcs.
100 pcs.
This manual contains information that is important for you to know and
understand. This information relates to protecting YOUR SAFETY and
PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL.
DeVilbiss Air Power Company • 213 Industrial Drive • Jackson, TN 38301-9615
MG-NS2X4A
7/16/99
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Tool Specifications ................................................................ Front Cover
Table of Contents ................................................................................... 2
Limited Warranty ..................................................................................... 3
Safety Guidelines & Warning Chart ....................................................... 4
Lubrication and Maintenance ................................................................. 7
Recommended Hook-up ......................................................................... 9
Contact Trip Safety Mechanism ............................................................. 9
A.
B.
Operating A Contact Trip Tool
Checking The Operation Of Contact Trip Safety Mechanism
Loading The Tool .................................................................................. 10
Operating the Tool ................................................................................ 12
Clearing A Jam From The Tool ............................................................. 13
Trouble Shooting Guide ........................................................................ 15
NF2502X4 ............................................................................................. 17
SNC1002X4 .......................................................................................... 18
NB2002X4 ............................................................................................. 19
NB1252X4 ............................................................................................. 20
NBSNC2X4 ........................................................................................... 21
Repair Kits Available ............................................................................. 22
Toll-Free 800 Number ............................................................ Back Cover
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LIMITED WARRANTY
ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE
All merchandise manufactured by DeVilbiss Air Power Company/ExCell Manufacturing is warranted to be free of defects
in workmanship and material which occur during the first year from the date of purchase by the original purchaser (initial
user). Products covered under this warranty include: air compressors, *air tools, accessories, service parts, pressure
washers, and generators used in consumer applications (i.e., personal residential household usage only).
Air compressors, *air tools, accessories, service parts, pressure washers, and generators used in commercial
applications (income producing) are covered by a 90 day warranty.
DeVilbiss Air Power/ExCell Manufacturing will repair or replace, at DeVilbiss/ExCell’s option, products or components
which have failed within the warranty period. Repair or replacement, and service calls on 60 and 80 gallon air
compressors, will be handled by Authorized Warranty Service Centers and will be scheduled and serviced according to
the normal work flow and business hours at the service center location, and depending on the availability of replacement
parts.
All decisions of DeVilbiss Air Power Company/ExCell Manufacturing with regard to this policy shall be final.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
RESPONSIBILITY OF ORIGINAL PURCHASER (Initial User):
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Retain original cash register sales receipt as proof of purchase for warranty work.
Use reasonable care in the operation and maintenance of the product as described in the Owners Manual(s).
Deliver or ship the product to the nearest DeVilbiss Air Power/ExCell Manufacturing Authorized Warranty
Service Center. Freight costs, if any, must be paid by the purchaser.
Air compressors with 60 and 80 gallon tanks only will be inspected at the site of installation. Contact the
nearest Authorized Warranty Service Center, that provides on-site service calls, for service call arrangement.
If the purchaser does not receive satisfactory results from the Authorized Warranty Service Center, the
purchaser should contact DeVilbiss Air Power Company/ExCell Manufacturing.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
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Merchandise sold as reconditioned, floor models and/or display models. Any damaged or incomplete equipment
sold "as is".
Merchandise used as "rental" equipment.
Merchandise that has become inoperative because of ordinary wear, misuse, freeze damage, use of improper
chemicals, negligence, accident, improper and/or unauthorized repair or alterations including failure to operate
the product in accordance with the instructions provided in the Owners Manual (s) supplied with the product.
*Air Tools: O-Rings and driver blades are considered ordinary wear parts, therefore, they are warranted for a
period of 45 days from the date of purchase.
An air compressor that pumps air more than 50% during a one hour period is considered misuse because
the air compressor is undersized for the required air demand. Maximum compressor pumping time per hour is
30 minutes.
Merchandise sold by DeVilbiss Air Power/ExCell Manufacturing which has been manufactured by and identified
as the product of another company. The product manufacturer's warranty will apply.
Repair and transportation costs of merchandise determined not to be defective.
Cost associated with assembly, required oil, adjustments or other installation and start-up cost.
ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE THAT MAY RESULT
FROM ANY DEFECT, FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION OF THE PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply
to you.
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. Some states do not
allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES - DEFINITIONS
This manual contains information
that is important for you to know
and understand. This information
relates to protecting YOUR
SAFETY and PREVENTING
EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To
help you recognize this information, we use symbols to the right.
Please read the manual and pay
attention to these sections.
URGENT SAFETY INFORMATION - A
HAZARD THAT WILL CAUSE SERIOUS
INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
Information for preventing damage to
equipment.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION - A
HAZARD THAT MIGHT CAUSE SERIOUS
INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
Information that you should pay special
attention to.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS •
IMPROPER OPERATION OR MAINTENANCE OF THIS PRODUCT COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS EQUIPMENT.
Risk of explosion.
HAZARD TO LOOK FOR
Compressed Gas
Excessive Operating Pressure
Unsuitable Cleaning Solvents
WHAT COULD HAPPEN
HOW TO PREVENT IT
Oxygen will react with oil in tool causing an explosion. Flammable gases
will ignite from sparking and cause the
tool to explode, resulting in serious
injury or death.
Do not use any type of flammable
gases or oxygen as a power source
for the tool.
THE TOOL COULD EXPLODE resulting in serious injury or death.
Operate tool with clean dry air, regulated to no more than the maximum
P.S.I. See specification label on tool
for the maximum P.S.I.
Flammable vapors in the tool will ignite
by a spark and could cause the tool to
explode!
Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids to clean the tool.
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Use only filtered, lubricated, regulated compressed air .
Risk of head injury.
HAZARD TO LOOK FOR
Injury to eyes, head and hearing
WHAT COULD HAPPEN
HOW TO PREVENT IT
Metal fragments, fasteners, or other
material could be projected against
head or into eyes resulting in serious
injury or property damage. Continued exposure to an operating tool
can result in permanent hearing damage.
Always wear ANSI approved Z87
safety glasses, Z89.1 head protection and S3.19 hearing protection.
Risk of puncture injury.
HAZARD TO LOOK FOR
Injury to eyes, head and hearing
WHAT COULD HAPPEN
HOW TO PREVENT IT
A fastener could accidentally be Do not remove, modify or bypass
driven if the contact trip safety contact safety device.
mechanism is not working resulting
in serious injury or property damage. Do not use the tool if any shields or
guards are removed or altered.
If the contact trip bumps something Always check contact trip safety
or someone while holding the tool mechanism of the tool before each
with the trigger depressed, serious use.
injury or property damage could occur.
Improper handling can result in dam- Never carry the tool by the hose or
age to the contact trip safety mecha- pull the hose to move the tool or a
nism resulting in unsafe operation. compressor. Keep hoses away from
heat, oil and sharp edges. Replace
any damaged, weak or worn hoses.
Accidental discharge of a fastener Hold tool by the handle and keep
can occur, resulting in serious injury trigger and contact trip safety mechaor property damage.
nism from contacting objects or parts
of the body when connecting or disconnecting air supply.
Disconnect air hose before loading
fasteners, removing a jammed fasteners.
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Risk from flying objects.
HAZARD TO LOOK FOR
WHAT COULD HAPPEN
Injury to self or others in the work area. Fasteners could ricochet or be
propelled causing serious injury or
property damage.
When working along edges or next
to voids in work surface, the contact trip safety mechanism could
be depressed and allow the tool
to discharge a fastener into the air
or through thin work materials resulting in serious injury or property
damage.
HOW TO PREVENT IT
Pay attention to others in the work
area to assure that they are protected from possible accidental
discharge of fastener, or projected
fragments of work material, fasteners, etc.
Provide ANSI approved Z87 safety
glasses, Z89.1 head protection,
and S3.19 hearing protection to
self and others in the work area.
Never point discharge of tool at
self or others.
Do not pull trigger unless tool contact safety device is against work
surface.
Never attempt to drive fasteners
into hard surfaces such as steel,
concrete, or tile.
Take care to avoid driving a fastener on top of another fastener.
Before operating tool, be certain
that work surfaces are strong
enough and thick enough to contain entire fastener.
Position tool carefully so that fasteners will be delivered to the
proper location.
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LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
2. Turn the tool so the air inlet is facing up
and put one drop of DeVilbiss AC230 Air
Tool Oil, high speed spindle oil, such as
Unocal RX22, or 3-in-1 oil into the air
inlet. DO NOT USE detergent oil or additives. Operate the tool briefly after adding oil. (See Figure 1)
DO NOT OVER LUBRICATE AIR TOOL.
Do not store the tool in cold weather. Frost
or ice can form on the operating valves or
mechanisms and the tool may not operate
correctly.
3. Wipe off excessive oil at the exhaust.
NOTE
Many air tool users find it convenient to use
an Oiler to help provide oil circulation
through tool. An Oiler also increases the
efficiency and useful life of the tool. An oiler
is recommended for tools that receive heavy
or constant use. Check oil level in the oiler
daily. (See Figure 2)
Many air tool users find it convenient to use
a Filter to remove liquid and solid impurities which can rust or "gum up" internal
parts of the tool. A Filter also increases the
efficiency and useful life of the tool. Drain
water from the filter periodically. (See
Figure 3)
In cold weather operation (near or below
freezing), DO NOT USE a permanent
antifreeze such as ethylene glycol for a
cold weather lubricant. This type of
anitfreeze will damage o-rings and seals
of the tool.
NOTE
Proper lubrication is the owner's responsibility. Failure to lubricate the tool
properly will dramatically shorten the life
of the tool and void your warranty.
Your tool requires lubrication before
you use it for the first time and before
and after each additional use. If an Oiler
is used, manual lubrication through the air
inlet is not required on a daily basis.
Lubrication prevents wear and prevents
rust from forming.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Regulator
Air Flow
1. Disconnect the air supply from the tool
before manually lubricating.
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Oiler
Figure 3
Regulator
Air Flow
Always connect the Female Quick Coupler to the air hose. Never connect the
Female Quick Coupler to the tool.
Oiler
Filter
NOTE
Excessive oil will damage o-rings and
seal of tool. If in-line oiler is used,
manual lubrication through the air
inlet is not required on a daily basis.
Never carry the tool by the hose or pull
the hose to move the tool or a compressor. Keep hoses away from heat,
oil, and sharp edges. Replace any
damaged, weak or worn hoses.
Do not use any type of flammable gases
or oxygen as a power source for the tool.
Use filtered, lubricated, regulated compressed air only. Use of compressed gas
instead of compressed air may cause
the tool to explode and cause death or
serious personal injury.
The air compressor must be able to maintain
a minimum of 65 PSI when the tool is being
used. An inadequate air supply can cause a
loss of power or inconsistent operation.
NOTE
For better performance, install a 3/8"
Quick Connector (1/4" NPT threads)
with an inside diameter of .315 (8 mm) on
your Tool and a 3/8" Quick Coupler on
the air hose. A minimum of 3/8" I.D. air
hose with a rated working pressure of
150 PSI or above should be used.
Do not use a check valve or any other
fittings which will allow air to remain in
the tool. Serious personal injury or property damage could occur.
Use a Pressure Regulator on your
compressor with an operating pressure
of 0-125 PSI. A Pressure Regulator is
required to control the operating pressure of your tool. Refer to the label on
your nailer/stapler for the maximum
P.S.I.
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RECOMMENDED HOOK-UP
The following illustration shows the proper hook-up which will help
prolong the life of the Tool.
NAILER
MALE
QUICK
CONNECTOR
(Supplied with Tool)
MALE
QUICK
CONNECTOR
FEMALE
QUICK
COUPLER
AIR
HOSE
(3/8" I.D.)
OILER
FILTER
FEMALE
QUICK
COUPLER
AIR
COMPRESSOR
CONTACT TRIP SAFETY MECHANISM
2X4 CONTRACTOR SERIES
Do not hold the tool against the work
surface with extra force. Allow the tool
to drive the fastener.
Never keep the trigger pulled on contact
trip tools when carrying or holding the
tool. Death or a serious puncture wound
could occur if the contact trip bumps
something or someone.
Do not use the contact trip mechanism
as a means of discharging a fastener
because:
1. It could result in personal injury
2. It could result in an accidential
release of a fastener.
3. It may cause damage to the
mechanism.
4. It could result in improper placement of fastener in work piece.
Keep your hands and body away from
the fastener discharge area of the tool.
Serious personal injury or property damage could occur.
CONTACT TRIP SAFETY
MECHANISM
Your Nailer/Stapler is a contact trip operated tool. When the operator depresses
the contact trip safety mechanism against
the work surface and then pulls the trigger,
a fastener will be driven.
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OPERATING A CONTACT TRIP
TOOL:
1.
Requires finger to be off the trigger
and the nose of the Tool to be placed
on the work surface.
2.
The contact trip safety mechanism is
then depressed against the work
surface and the trigger pulled to drive
a fastener.
3.
The trigger is released after each
fastener is driven.
4.
Move the tool to the next desired
fastener location and repeat the
procedure above.
CHECKING THE OPERATION OF
CONTACT TRIP SAFETY
MECHANISM
Make sure not to pull the trigger or
depress the contact trip safety mechanism when connecting the tool to an
air compressor. Serious personal injury
or property damage can occur if the
tool cycles.
3. Make sure the trigger and contact trip
safety mechanism move up and down
without any sticking or binding.
4. Reconnect air supply to the tool.
5. Depress the contact trip safety mechanism against the work surface without
pulling the trigger. The tool must not
cycle. Do not use the tool if a cycle
occurs.
Check the operation of the contact trip
safety mechanism often. Do not use the
tool if the contact trip safety mechanism
is not working correctly.
1. Disconnect the air supply from the tool.
2. Remove all fasteners from the
magazine.
6. Hold the tool clear of the work surface.
The contact trip safety mechanism
should return to its original down
position. Pull the trigger. The tool must
not cycle. Do not use the tool if a cycle
occurs.
7. Depress the contact trip safety
mechanism against the work surface.
Pull the trigger. The tool must cycle.
LOADING THE TOOL
Disconnect tool from air supply before
adjusting, clearing jams, servicing, relocating or during non-operation. Failure to
do so could result in serious injury or
property damage.
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Never place your hand or any part of your
body in the fastener discharge area of the
tool when air supply is connected to the
tool. Serious personal injury may occur.
NOTE
Use DeVilbiss Air Power fasteners or
equivalent for proper performance of tool.
See page 17-20 for fastener information.
Handle the tool carefully. Respect the tool
as a working implement and always assume the tool contains fasteners:
a. Never use the tool as a toy and
engage in horseplay.
b. Never aim or point the tool at anyone. The tool may contain fasteners.
c. Always keep people and animals at
a safe distance from the work area
in case of accidental discharge of
fasteners.
d. Never pull the trigger unless the nose
of the tool is against the work
surface.
e. Do not pull the trigger or depress the
contact trip when loading the tool.
3. Insert a stick of fasteners into the magazine. Make sure the pointed ends of the
fasteners are loaded with thepoints
downward. Also make sure fasteners
are not dirty or damaged. Use DeVilbiss
fasteners or equivalent for proper
fastener performance.
Loading the Tool
1. Disconnect air hose.
2. Pull feeder back into "locked" position.
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4. Push release button (if equipped) and
slide feeder shoe forward.
Release Button
Feeder
OPERATING THE TOOL
READ THIS MANUAL AND UNDERSTAND
ALL SAFETY WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING TOOL.
Disconnect tool from air compressor before adjusting, clearing jams, servicing,
relocating and during non-operation. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or
property damage.
Protect your eyes and ears. Wear Z87
safety glasses with side shields. Wear
hearing protection. Employers and users
are responsible for ensuring the user or
anyone near the tool uses the prescribed
safety equipment.
NOTE
Check and replace any damaged or
worn components on the tool. The safety
warning labels on the tool must also be
replaced if they are not legible.
1. Add one drop of DeVilbiss AC230 Air
Tool Oil, high speed spindle oil, such
as Unocal RX22, or 3-in1 oil into the
air inlet.
2. Connect the Tool to the air supply.
3. Regulate the air pressure to obtain a
minimum of 75 PSI at the tool.
4. Set air pressure regulator to 75 PSI and
test for proper fastener penetration by
driving fasteners into a sample piece of
wood. If the fasteners do not achieve the
desired penetration, adjust the air
pressure to a lower or higher setting
until the desired penetration is achieved.
Do not exceed the maximum operating
PSI at the tool.
NOTE: When loaded with Brad Nails, the
NBSNC2x4 will leave a 1/4 inch indention.
Tilting the tool to the left 10° will eliminate
the indention.
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CLEARING A JAM FROM THE TOOL
3. Remove fasteners from magazine.
4. NF2502X4, SNC1002X4, NB2002X4, and
NB1252X4
Lift nose cover latch to unlatch and remove driver guide cover.
Nose
Cover
Latch
Disconnect tool from air compressor
before adjusting, clearing jams, servicing,
relocating and during non-operation.
FASTENER JAMMED IN FASTENER
DISCHARGE AREA:
NBSNC2x4
1. Disconnect tool from air hose.
Loosen the screws on the driver guide
cover and then remove the driver guide
cover.
2. NF2502X4, NB1252X4, NB2002X4,
NBSNC2X4
Release the magazine latch to open the
magazine.
Magazine
Latch
5. Using pliers remove fasteners.
SNC1002x4
Pull feeder shoe back into "locked" position.
6. NF2502X4, NB1252X4, NB2002X4, and
SNC1002X4
Replace nose cover and latch into place.
NBSNC2X4
Replace nose cover.
Feeder
7. Reload fasteners into magazine. Refer to
Loading the Tool section in this manual.
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FASTENER JAM INSIDE MAGAZINE:
SNC1002x4
Pull feeder shoe back into "locked" position.
1. Disconnect tool from air hose.
2. NF2502X4, NB1252X4, NB2002X4,
NBSNC2X4
Release the magazine latch to open the
magazine.
Magazine
Latch
Feeder
3. Remove jammed fasteners.
4. Reload fasteners into magazine. Refer to
Loading the Tool section in this manual.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Stop using the Tool immediately if any of the following occur.
Serious personal injury could occur.
Warranty repairs or replacements must be performed by a DeVilbiss Air Power
Authorized Service Center Only.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Air leaking at trigger valve
area.
Seals in trigger valve housing
are damaged.
Seals must be replaced &
operation of Contact trip must
be checked. On the NBSNC2x4
contact *AWSC for correct part.
All other nailers purchase
Trigger Repair Kit.
Air leaking through the
exhaust deflector.
Broken /worn head valve spring.
Broken /worn head valve seals.
Spring needs to be replaced. On
the NBSNC2x4 contact *AWSC
for correct part. All other nailers
purchase Top Repair Kit.
Seals must be replaced.
Purchase Top Repair Kit on all
nailers.
Tool fails to drive fastener.
Tool runs slow or has loss
of power.
Worn or damaged driver guide.
Driver guide needs to be replaced.
Purchase Driver Blade Kit
Damaged feed pawl.
Replace feed pawl. Contact a
*AWSC
Worn feed pawl spring.
Replace feed pawl spring. Contact a *AWSC
Damaged feed pawl pin.
Replace feed pawl pin. Contact a
*AWSC
Inadequate air flow or pressure
to Tool.
Verify air flow or pressure to tool.
Worn seal on piston or lack of
lubrication.
Replace or lubricate seal.
Purchase Bottom Repair Kit
Damaged seal on trigger valve.
Replace seal. Purchase Trigger
Repair Kit
Air leaks.
Screws and fittings need to be
tightened.
Cap seal leaking.
Replace seal. Purchase Top Repair Kit
Tool not lubricated sufficiently.
Tools needs to be lubricated.
Inadequate air flow or pressure
to tool.
Verify air flow or pressure to tool.
Worn seal on piston.
Replace seal. Purchase Bottom
Repair Kit
Broken spring in cylinder cap.
Spring needs to be replaced.On
the NBSNC2x4 contact *AWSC
for correct part. All other nailers
purchase Top Repair Kit.
Worn head valve seals.
Replace seals. Contact a *AWSC
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (cont'd)
PROBLEM
Fasteners are jammed in
tool.
Nailer/Stapler misfires or
sinks two nails/staples at
the same time.
Air leak near top of tool.
Sluggish operation.
Air leak near bottom of
CAUSE
Worn/damaged feed pawl.
Replace feed pawl. Contact an
*AWSC
Worn/damaged feed pawl spring.
Replace feed pawl spring.
Fasteners are not correct size.
Fasteners recommended for tool
must be used.
Fasteners are bent.
Replace with undamaged
fasteners.
Nail height setting incorrect.
Set platform to correct height.
Air pressure regulated too high.
Adjust air pressure to the correct
PSI for that particular model
nailer/stapler.
Trigger action faulty.
Repair trigger action. Purchase a
Trigger Repair Kit
Loose exhaust cover screws.
Tighten screws.
O-rings failed on head valve.
Install head valve piston set.
Contact an *AWSC
O-rings blown on head valve.
Install head valve piston set.
Contact an *AWSC
Loose driver guide screws.
Tighten screws.
Bumper or piston o-rings worn.
Replace bumper or piston
assembly. Purchase a Bottom
Repair Kit
Air supply inadequate.
Check PSI and CFM.
O-rings failed on head valve
piston set.
Install head valve piston set.
Contact an *AWSC
Dirty cylinder.
Disassemble and clean cylinder.
Worn Bumper.
Replace bumper. Purchase
Bottom Repair Kit
O-rings worn in piston assembly.
Replace piston assembly. On the
NBSNC2x4 contact an *AWSC
for correct part. All other nailers
purchase Bottom Repair Kit.
Inadequate air supply.
Check PSI and CFM.
Worn piston assembly.
Replace piston assembly. On the
NBSNC2x4 contact *AWSC for
correct part. All other nailers
purchase Bottom Repair Kit.
Driver blade width is 1/4” making
it possible to use staples and
brad nails in the same tool
Tilting the tool to the left 10° will
eliminate the indention.
tool.
Tool does nothing.
Poor driver blade return.
Weak Drive.
NBSNC2X4 leaving a
1/4” indention.
SOLUTION
*AWSC – Authorized Warranty Service Center: see back page for details
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NF2502X4
SAFETY
GLASSES
1/4" NPT INLET
PLUG (AC100)
LUBRICATING OIL
6 & 7MM
COMBINATION
CRESCENT
WRENCH
FINISH NAIL
FASTENERS
FINISH
NAILER
3 4 5mm
ALLEN WRENCHES
11/ 4”
11/2”
13/4”
2”
21/4”
21/2”
Tool Range
21/2”
Tool
NF2502X4
2X4 Part Number
Description
Qty per Box
NFF12525
NFF15025
NFF17525
NFF20025
NFF22525
NFF25025
1-1/4" Finish
1-1/2" Finish
1-3/4" Finish
2" Finish
2-1/4" Finish
2-1/2" Finish
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
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Steel Driver Series
Comparable Part
7T32
7T38
7T45
7T50
SNC1002X4
SAFETY
GLASSES
NARROW
CROWN
STAPLE
FASTENER
Tool
SNC1002X4
3&4
ALLEN
WRENCHES
1/4" NPT
INLET PLUG
LUBRICATING
(AC100)
OIL
NARROW
CROWN
STAPLER
2X4 Part Number
Description
Qty per Box
Steel Driver Series
Comparable Part
SNCF06350
SNCF07550
SNCF10050
5/8" Staple
3/4" Staple
1" Staple
5000
5000
5000
2L16
2L19
2L25
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NB2002X4
SAFETY
GLASSES
LUBRICATING
OIL
BRAD NAIL
FASTENERS
4 3
ALLEN
WRENCHES
1/4" NPT INLET
Plug
(AC100)
BRAD
NAILER
5/8"
Tool
NB2002X4
2X4 Part Number
Description
Qty per Box
NBF07550
NBF10050
NBF12550
NBF15050
NBF17550
NBF20050
3/4" Brad
1" Brad
1-1/4" Brad
1-1/2" Brad
1-3/4" Brad
2" Brad
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
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Steel Driver Series
Comparable Part
4F20
4F25
4F32
NB1252X4
SAFETY
GLASSES
4MM 3MM
ALLEN
WRENCHES
LUBRICATING
OIL
BRAD NAIL
FASTENERS
1/4" NPT
INLET PLUG
(AC100)
Tool
NB1252X4
BRAD NAILER
2X4 Part Number
Description
Qty per Box
Steel Driver Series
Comparable Part
NBF06350
NBF07550
NBF10050
NBF12550
5/8" Brad
3/4" Brad
1" Brad
1-1/4" Brad
5000
5000
5000
5000
4F16
4F20
4F25
4F32
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NBSNC2X4
NARROW CROWN STAPLE
& BRAD NAIL FASTENERS
LUBRICATING
OIL
2X4
SIGNATURE
SAFETY
GLASSES
4MM 3MM
ALLEN
WRENCHES
COMBINATION
BRAD NAILER/
NARROW CROWN STAPLER
1/2"
3/8”
5/8” 3/4”
1”
11/4”
3/4"
1"
1-1/4" 1-1/2"
11/2”
1/4"
Tool Range
Tool
NBSNC2X4
Tool Range
11/ 2”
2X4 Part Number
SNCF06350
SNCF07550
SNCF10050
SNCF12550
SNCF15050
NBF06350
NBF07550
NBF10050
NBF12550
NBF15050
Description
Qty per Box
5/8" Staple
3/4" Staple
1" Staple
1-1/4" Staple
1-1/2" Staple
5/8" Brad
3/4" Brad
1" Brad
1-1/4" Brad
1-1/2" Brad
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
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1-1/2"
Steel Driver Series
Comparable Part
2L16
2L19
2L25
4F16
4F20
4F25
4F32
REPAIR KITS AVAILABLE
NF2502X4
K-0521 Top Repair Kit
K-1664 Driver Blade Kit
K-0522 Bottom Repair Kit
K-0523 Trigger Repair Kit
SNC1002X4 and NB1252X4
K-0525 Top Repair Kit
K-9025 Driver Blade Kit for
SNC1002x4
K-1832 Drive Blade Kit for
NB1252x4
K-0526 Bottom Repair Kit
K-0527 Trigger Repair Kit
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REPAIR KITS AVAILABLE
NB2002X4
K-0517 Top Repair Kit
K-1850 Driver Blade Kit
K-0518 Bottom Repair Kit
K-0519 Trigger Repair Kit
NBSNC2X4
B340-06 Top Repair Kit
BN2B-10 Driver Blade Kit
B232-23 Bottom Repair Kit
B251-02 Trigger Repair Kit
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Nailer/Stapler
Operation Manual
Call our Toll Free Number 1-800-888-2468, Ext 2, then 1,
to obtain the location of the nearest Authorized Service Center
for ordering repair parts and for warranty repairs.
When ordering repair parts from your local Authorized Service
Center, always give the following information:
• Model number of your product
• Part number and description of the item you wish to
purchase
WARRANTY
This product is covered by the DeVilbiss one year limited warranty.
The warranty can be found on page 3 or is available upon request.
Retain the original sales receipts
as proof of purchase for warranty
repair work.
Attach sales receipt here.
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