3-in-1 Flooring Stapler/Nailer

3-in-1 Flooring Stapler/Nailer
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WARRANTY
Model 7 800 3-in-1 Flooring Stapler/ Nailer
If you have any problems with this tool, please call FPC Corporation
toll-free at 1-800-860-3838 before returning it to the place of purchase.
L & T Flooring Nails 1-1/2”- 2”
Staples 1-1/2” - 2”
FPC Corporation warrants this product to be free from defects in material and
workmanship, under normal conditions of use and when used in accordance with
FPC operating instructions, for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase by the
user. Within the 90 day warranty FPC at its option shall repair or replace product.
Product must be returned at the distributor/user expense, either within warranty or
out. Repaired or replaced product will receive a 60 day warranty. USER MUST BE
USING THE PROPER NAILS or STAPLES FOR THIS WARRANTY TO BE VALID.
WARRANTY IS VOID IF INCORRECT TYPE OF NAILS or STAPLES ARE USED.
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3-in-1 Flooring Stapler/Nailer
Includes: 2 Allen wrenches, rubber mallet, spacer, bumper
Operating Instructions
Read All Safety Rules and Instructions Carefully
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FPC Corporation - 355 Hollow Hill Drive - Wauconda, IL 60084
Phone: (847) 487- 4583
Fax: (847) 487-0174
website: www.surebonder.com e-mail: sales@surebonder.com
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Kit
Prices
SEAL KIT
DRIVE PIN KIT
FASTENER KIT
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Never point the tool at yourself or others - always assume that the tool is loaded, and proceed
with caution.
7800-400
7800-410
7800-420
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DO NOT operate this tool while tired, or under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication that
makes you drowsy.
Description
WHACK CAP
CYLINDER COVER
PISTON SEAT
ORIENTED SLEEVE
SLIDE SEAT
PISTON ORIENTED SLEEVE
GUN BODY
CYLINDER
PISTON SLEEVE
MAIN PISTON
CYLINDER SEAT
DRIVE GUIDE
NAIL HEAD
STOPPER SPRING
MAGAZINE
RIGHT PUSHER
LEFT PUSHER
PUSHER SEAT
LATCH
MAGAZINE COVER
E-RING d=3
PUSHER SEAT SHELF
BASE
ADJUSTING COVER
BUSHING CASE
ADJUSTING PIECE
ADJUSTING BOLT
ADJUSTING BOLT CASE
ADJUSTING POLE
PAD BOARD
STELL BALL Dw=4
RUBBER PIECE
AIR INLET PLUG
PROTECTIVE SLEEVE
BASE PLATE
TRIGGER
TRIGGER SEAT
TRIGGER POLE
VALUE SEAT
BALL
MALLET
Keep tool away from children, and DO NOT allow children near work area. Do not allow children
or untrained personnel to handle this nailer.
Part
No.
7800-1
7800-4
7800-6
7800-8
7800-10
7800-12
7800-14
7800-15
7800-21
7800-22
7800-25
7800-27
7800-28
7800-31
7800-32
7800-33
7800-34
7800-37
7800-41
7800-42
7800-44
7800-48
7800-49
7800-52
7800-54
7800-55
7800-56
7800-57
7800-58
7800-59
7800-62
7800-63
7800-67
7800-68
7800-69
7800-72
7800-73
7800-74
7800-76
7800-78
7800-81
THE SAFETY WARNINGS BELOW CANNOT COVER ALL POSSIBLE SITUATIONS THAT MAY
OCCUR. THESE BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO PROTECT
AGAINST PERSONAL INJURY TO THE OPERATOR OR OTHER PERSONNEL IN THE AREA, AS
WELL AS DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT. READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE WARNINGS BEFORE
USING EQUIPMENT.
PARTS
SOLD SEPERATELY
IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS:
Never use oxygen, bottled gas or any type of combustible fuel as a power source - it can cause
an explosion and serious injury.
Do not use an air hose that is too long - tool operator can trip over it. Make sure all connections
are tight.
Drive Pin Kit #7800-410
Includes:
Diagram
No.
Description
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MAIN PISTON
Do not use a non-relieving coupler with this tool - if used, the tool could remain charged with air
after disconnecting, and would still be able to drive a nail even after being disconnected. The tool
and air hose must have a coupling so that all pressure is removed from the tool when the
coupling is disconnected.
Seal Kit #7800-400
Includes:
Never connect this tool to compressed air if the pressure could exceed 200 psi, as the tool could
burst. Use only clean, dry, regulated compressed air, with pressure not exceeding 110 psi.
Diagram
No.
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9
11
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17
18
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20
23
24
35
75
77
80
Use an air hose that will withstand at least 150 psi, OR 150% of the maximum pressure of the
compressor.
Description
O-RING(25*3.55)
O-RING (28*3.55)
O-RING (50*3.55)
O-RING (35.5*2.3)
O-RING (15.6*1.8)
O-RING (12.8*1.8)
O-RING (12.8*2.5)
O-RING (32*4.5)
O-RING(PU) (50*3.55)
BUMPER
O-RING (1.7*2)
O-RING (3.2*1.9)
O-RING (11.2*1.9)
O-RING (9*1.8)
Do not use near flammable liquids or gases - the tool sparks during operation, and could cause
an explosion and serious injury.
(WARNINGS continued next page)
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Keep proper balance and footing at all times - do not over-reach.
Description
SCREW (M6*25)
SCREW (M4*20)
SPRING WASHER
SEALING SCREW
Bolt(M5*10)
BOLT(M5*16)
SPRING WASHER
PUSHER SPRING
PIN
ROLL PIN
COMPRESSED SPRING
ROLL PIN (A4*20)
SPRING PIN
SPRING II
SPRING CORE
SPRING WASHER
BOLT
BOLT(M5*16)
BOLT(M5*6)
COMRESSED SPRING
BOLT(M5)
BOLT(M5*25)
BRACE WASHER
BOLT(M10*10)
ROLL PIN(3*16)
SPRING
Keep the tool pointed away from yourself and others at all times. Keep hands and all body parts
away from rear area of the tool (near air hose) to guard against injury. Keep hands and feet away
from firing head during use.
Diagram
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Never wear loose clothing or jewelry because it can get caught in the moving parts of this tool.
Make sure long hair is covered, to avoid getting it caught in tool.
Fastener Kit #7800-420
Includes:
Wear safety glasses and ear protection. The tool operator and all personnel in the work area
must wear safety glasses that protect the front and side, to avoid eye injury. Ear plugs should be
worn to avoid hearing damage.
If operator will be working in a situation where overhead work will be done (i.e. on a ladder,
stairs, or scaffolding) a hard hat must be worn.
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Parts List
Improper use of this tool can result in death or serious injury.
This manual contains important information about product safety.
Read and understand this entire manual before operating this tool.
7800 Parts List
IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS:
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Disconnect air hose from tool:
before performing maintenance.
when clearing a jam.
when tool is not in use.
when moving it to another location.
when handing tool to another person.
Carry tool by the handle only, not by the air hose.
Never use the tool if it is leaking air, tool has missing or damaged parts, or requires
repair. Make sure all screws and caps are securely tightened.
Inspect your tool before each use. Lock the tool in a clean, dry storage area between
uses.
Only use parts, fasteners, and accessories supplied or recommended by FPC
Corporation. Unauthorized parts or fasteners can lead to malfunction and serious injury.
Only personnel trained by FPC Corporation or the distributor shall repair the tool. Do not
modify this tool in any way.
Never use in presence of flammable liquids or gases. Thetool produces sparks during
operation.
Never use the nailer in sites containing lacquer, paint, benzine, thinner, gasoline, gases,
adhesive agents, and other materials which are combustible or explosive.
Check for live wires. Avoid the risk of electrical shock by checking for live wires that may
be hidden by walls, floors, or ceilings. Turn off the breaker switch pertaining to that work
area.
Do not store the tool in a cold weather environment. Keep the tool in a warm area until
the start of work. If it is in a cold area, bring it in a warm area and allow it to warm up
before use.
Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for consequential or indirect damages from the
use of this product.
Save this manual and have it available for tool operators
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APPLICATIONS
Troubleshooting
Installing unfinished, pre-finished hardwood flooring, or engineered flooring.
The following form lists the common operating system with problems and solutions. Please read
the form carefully and follow it.
FEATURES
- Drives L & T flooring nails (16 gauge) and 1-1/2" - 2" (15.5 gauge) ½” crown flooring staples
- Loads 120 nails, 92 floor staples
- Soft Grip handle reduces fatigue
- Fast easy loading
- Adjustable depth control
- Die-cast lightweight aluminum body
- Includes mallet, extra spacer, extra bumper
WARNING: If any of the following symptoms appears during your operation, stop using the tool
immediately, or serious personal injury could result. Only a qualified persons or an authorized
service center can perform repairs or replacement of tool. Disconnect tool from air supply before
attempting repair or adjustment. When replacing O-rings or cylinder, lubricate with air tool oil
before assembly.
Problem
Check
Air leak near top of tool or in
trigger area.
O-ring in trigger valve is damaged
Check and replace O-ring.
Trigger valve head is damaged
Check and replace.
Trigger valve stem, seal or O-ring is
damaged
Check and replace trigger valve
stem.
Loose screws.
Tighten screws.
Worn or damaged O-rings or bumper.
Check and replace O-rings or bumper.
Air leak between body and
cylinder cap.
Loose screws.
Tighten screws.
Worn or damaged O-rings or seals.
Check and replace O-rings or
bumper.
Blade driving fasteners too deep.
Worn bumper.
Replace bumper.
Air pressure is too high.
Adjust air pressure to 80-110psi
Inadequate air supply.
Verify adequate air supply.
Air leak near bottom of tool.
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NEVER use oxygen or other bottled gases. Explosion may occur.
This tool is designed to operate on clean, dry, regulated compressed air, between 70 and 110
psi. It is preferable to include an air filter, pressure regulator, and automatic oiler within 15
feet of the tool, if possible.
An air filter is needed to remove contaminates and moisture that are contained in compressed
air; filtering will significantly prolong the life of the tool. If an automatic oiler is not installed,
place 3 to 6 drops of oil into the tool's air inlet before each work day or after 2 hours of
continuous use-depending on the characteristic of the tool or type of fasteners used. Do not
install a quick coupler directly into the tool. Higher pressure drastically reduces tool life.
Tool does not operate well:
cannot drive fastener or operates
sluggishly.
The tool comes factory-equipped with a male quick connector. Your tool must always be
connected to the air supply with a coupling that removes all pressure when it is disconnected.
Tool skips fasteners.
AIR CONNECTION SET UP
To Nailer
Tool jams.
60
40
20
0
3
Place 3-6 drops of oil in air inlet.
Worn or damaged O-rings or seals.
Check and replace O-rings or seals.
Worn bumper or damaged spring
Replace bumper or pusher spring.
Dirt in front plate
Dirt or damage prevents fastener from
moving freely in magazine.
Worn or dry O-ring on piston or lack of
lubrication.
Cylinder cover seal leaking.
Clean drive channel o front plate.
Magazine needs to be cleaned.
Replace sealing washer.
Incorrect or damaged fasteners.
Change and use correct fastener.
Damaged or worn driver guide.
Check and replace the driver.
Magazine or nose screw loose.
Tighten the magazine.
Magazine is dirty.
Clean the magazine.
Replace O-ring and lubricate.
80 100
120
140
160
To compressor
Lubricator
Inadequate lubrication.
Exhaust port in cylinder head is blocked Replace damaged internal parts.
NOTE: all components used with this tool (air hose, connectors, regulators, filters, etc) must
be rated at 120 psi, OR 120% of the maximum compressor potential, whichever is higher. Do
not connect this nailer to a system with maximum potential air pressure greater than 200 psi.
Quick Connector Quick Coupler
Correction
Regulator
Filter
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OPERATION (continued)
Hand Grip
Loading Nails and Staples
To load Nails: Disconnect tool from the air supply. Insert strip of nails into magazine end and
slide nails towards the front of the magazine, making sure nail stop is set towards top of
magazine and nail points are facing down (Fig. 1). Push down magazine latch to lock fasteners
into place.
Trigger
To load Staples: Disconnect tool from the air supply. Insert strip of flooring staples to the right
side of magazine when loading, making sure staple points are facing down (Fig. 2). Push down
magazine latch to lock fasteners into place (Fig 3.).
Nail Stop
1/4” Male Quick
Release Connector
Hammer Striking Area
Nail Stop
Magazine Latch
Fastener Magazine
Nail Stop
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Feeder Shoe
Operating your 3-in-1 Stapler/ Nailer
Depth Adjustment Dial
The stapler/nailer includes a spacer. Adjust spacer appropriately by turning the wheel to the
thickness of floor that you are installing (Fig.4). Connect to air supply. Hold the arm and press
the shoe to the floor board making sure that the cleat on the bottom of the nailer is lined up with
the edge of the groove in the flooring board. Press the trigger down, hit the top end of the tool
with the mallet firmly to drive the fastener into the floorboard (Fig. 5). Check the fastener for
proper placement and depth. If nail is not deep enough, slightly increase air pressure or adjust
nail depth by turning wheel. If fastener is too deep, decrease air pressure.
Spacer
bumper
Rubber Mallet
Allen wrenches
SPECIFICATIONS
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Fastener Selection
Fig. 6
L & T Cleats: 16 gauge 1-1/2”(38mm) - 2”(50mm)
Flooring Staples: 15.5 gauge- ½”crown ,1-1/2”
(38mm) - 2”(50mm)
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1-1/2” to 2”
.
Staple
½”
21" x 19-1/4" x 3-1/4"
120 nails, 92 staples
70 - 110 PSI
1/4” N.P.T
12 lbs 2 oz.
1-1/2” to 2”
Clearing Jams: Disconnect air supply from tool. Depress nail
stop and slide to top of magazine. Remove fasteners stored in
magazine by sliding upward and out of magazine. Using the allen
wrench provided unscrew the driver guide plate (Fig. 6) and
remove jammed fastener with needle nose pliers. Reload the
fasteners into magazine. Re-connect air supply to tool.
Overall Dimensions:
Capacity:
Operating Pressure:
Air Inlet Size:
Weight:
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Fig. 5
Fig. 4
L & T Nails 1 ½”- 2”
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Adjusting Air Pressure
MAINTENANCE
Lubrication
It is important that the tool be properly lubricated. Without proper lubrication the tool will not work
properly and parts will wear prematurely. Use pneumatic tool lubricant. Do not use detergent oil or
additives. These lubricants will harm the O-rings and other rubber parts. This will cause the tool to
malfunction. Filter-regulator-lubricator units should always be used. Keep the lubricator filled with
pneumatic tool lubricant. If an automatic oiler is not installed, place 3 to 6 drops of oil into the
tool's air inlet before each work day or after 2 hours of continuous use-depending on the
characteristic of the tool or type of fasteners used. Do not install a quick coupler directly into
the tool. Higher pressure drastically reduces tool life.
! WARNING
Do not exceed 110 psi. Adjust the air pressure at recommended operating pressure 70 to 110 psi
according to the length of nails/staples and the hardness of the workpiece. The correct air
pressure is the lowest pressure which will do the job. Using the tool at a higher then required air
pressure unnecessarily over stresses the tool.
Testing The Tool
! DANGER
Operators and all others within the work area must wear safety glasses ANSI Z87.1
with side shields conforming to ANSI Z87.1 specifications.
Cold Weather Care
Before actually using your tool, test the tool using the checklist below.
Disconnect air hose connection from the tool. Remove all fasteners from the tool.
Do not store the tool in a cold weather environment. If the tool is cold bring it into a warm area and
allow to warm up before use. To warm the tool: Reduce the air pressure to 40 psi ( 2.8bar
2.8kgf/cm²). Remove all nails/staples from the tool. Connect the air hose and blank-fire the tool.
The lowered air pressure will be enough to blank-fire your tool. Slow speed operation of the tool
tends to warm the moving parts.
Adjust the air pressure to 70-110 psi (4.9 bars 5 kgf/cm²).
Connect air hose.
DO NOT LOAD FASTENERS IN THE TOOL.
THE TOOL MUST NOT LEAK AIR.
If no abnormal operation is observed, you may load fasteners in the tool. If abnormal operation
occurs, stop using the tool and contact the service center immediately.
Inspecting the magazine
Disconnect the air hose. Keep magazine and nose of tool clean and free of any dirt, lint or abrasive
particles. Clean the magazine by removing plastic tips or wood chips which may have
accumulated in the magazine. Lubricate it with pneumatic tool lubricant.
Storing
When not in use for an extended period of time apply a thin coat of pneumatic tool lubricant to the
steel parts in order to avoid rust. Do not store the tool in a cold weather environment. Keep the
tool in a warm and dry place.
OPERATION
Loading Nails or Staples
! WARNING
When loading nails or staples into Floor Nailer:
Disconnect tool from compressed air supply.
Keep Nailer pointed downward and away from yourself the operator and others.
Make sure trigger is not depressed while loading fasteners.
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