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Distributed by
J W Ross
MASTER NAILERTM 191EL PRO
A superb electric nailing/stapling gun which fires 180 nails from 15-35mm and 91 staples from
15-30mm quickly and neatly.
SUITABLE APPLICATIONS: Softwood & hardwood applications, MDF, Hobby/Crafts. Fine decorative trim, beading
and mouldings. Tongue & Groove panelling. Cabinet and plywood assembly, garden furniture and trellis work,
door/window assembly, hardwood flooring, panelling and trims. Plasterboard, picture/mirror frames. Sub-flooring
and many more...
Rubberised
safety
trigger
NAILS 15mm-35mm
Soft rubber
handle grip
Long
powercord
15mm/20mm/25mm
/30mm/32mm/35mm
STAPLES 15mm-30mm
On/off
switch
15mm/20mm
/25mm/30mm
Professional
quick release
reload catch
Professional driver
blade system
Long protruding nose
to nail into tight corners/grooves
Rubber protector
for soft surfaces
All metal professional
nose safety system
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage
Max. Firing speed
Max. Length of nail
Max. Length of staple
Max. Magazine Capacity
Nail/Staple Type (IMPORTANT)
Approvals
: 220-240 volts 50 Hz
: 4-Nails/Staples-per second
: Up to 35mm long (fires six lengths)
: Up to 30mm long (fires four lengths)
: Holds up to 100 nails or staples
: Use Tacwise Nails Type 180 and Tacwise Staples Type 91 only
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Position B
Magazine
Track
Step one: Loading your Master Nailer Pro 191EL
TM
Position A
1. Unplug from power source.
2. Only use Tacwise 180 Type Nails and Tacwise 91 Type
Staples which are designed especially for this machine.
3. Slide the pusher backwards from position B to position A by
releasing the catch (1).
4. Nails & Staples - tilt the gun at 45˚ angle and place the
nails/staples so that the top of the nail/crown of the staple is
in the uppermost of the magazine.
5. Push feeder back until release catch clicks.
Catch
45º
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Step two: How to use nailer/stapler
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1. Plug tool into mains power outlet.
2. Turn the tool on at the on/off switch.
3. Hold tool firmly with tacking mouth flat to workpiece
forming a 90º angle- the safety pin in the mouth of tool
must be pressed firmly against the workpiece or it will
not operate.
4. Squeeze trigger to fire the tool.
5. On hard surfaces press down on top of tool with
free hand.
6. On soft surfaces use light pressure to prevent deep
nail penetration, and use the red nose piece
3
(supplied) to prevent marking the surface.
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90o
Tacking Mouth
Safety Pin
CLEARING A JAMMED NAIL
In the unlikely event of the tool jamming:1. Turn the tool off at the on/off switch and
disconnect at power outlet.
2. Open feeder by pushing down on the
release catch.
3. Free nail/staple from inside the magazine.
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SAFETY
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Always wear safety goggles.
Ensure tool is turned off at the on/off switch
when not in use.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery.
Ensure damaged parts/defective switches
are repaired by an authorised service centre.
Never operate near flammable liquids or
explosive atmospheres.
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Do not operate machinery when tired.
Keep children away.
Never expose tool to rain.
Store tool in dry, secure place.
Never carry tool by cord or yank to
disconnect from power outlet.
• Do not alter or misuse tool.
WARNING: Not suitable for nailing/stapling into concrete, masonry, bricks or steel. DO NOT fire if the nails/staples
are jammed as this will cause damage to the driver blade. Ensure tool is turned off at the on/off switch when not in
use. Keep fingers off trigger until ready to drive staple/nail.
Warranty
1. This product has been manufactured to a high quality standard. It is guaranteed against faulty materials and workmanship
for 12 months from purchase, Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase.
2. If the product is found to be defective within the relevant time period, we will either replace all defective parts or, at our
discretion, replace the unit free of charge with the same item or items of a greater value and / or specification.
3. This guarantee does not cover defects caused by or resulting from:
(a) misuse, abuse or neglect;
(b) hire use;
(c) repairs attempted by anyone other than our authorised repair centres; or
(d) damage caused by foreign objects, substances or accident;
(e) consumable and / or wear items such as driver blades, feeder springs etc.
4. This guarantee is offered in addition to, and does not effect, your statutory rights.
Distributed in Australia by J W Ross and Sons ( Australia ) Pty Ltd.
PO Box 352 North Ryde BC, NSW, 1670
Inquiries phone 1800 251 338
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