Framing Nailer - Air Compressors Direct

Framing Nailer - Air Compressors Direct
Model No
CHFN35P
Operator's Manual
Framing Nailer
IMPORTANT:
This manual provides complete instructions for safely operating and maintaining your nailer.
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E107985 Rev. 0 04/2014
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
P1
EXPLANATION OF THE NAILING ACTION
P1
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
P1
WORK AREA
P1
PERSONAL SAFETY
P1
TOOL USE AND CARE
P1
SERVICE
P2
AIR SOURCE
P2
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATION
P3
SPECIFICATION
P3
FEATURES
P4
ASSEMBLY/INSTALLATION
P4
OPERATION
P4
LUBRICATION
P4
ADJUSTING AIR PRESSURE
P4
CONNECTING AIR SUPPLY
P5
TOOL TESTING
P5
NAIL LOADING
P5
METHODS OF OPERATION
P6
COLD WEATHER OPERATION
P6
ADJUSTING THE NAILING DEPTH
P6
ADJUSTING THE EXHAUST
P7
NO-MAR TIP
P7
MAINTENANCE
P7
JAM CLEARING
P7
CLEANING
P8
STORAGE
P8
HOOKUP INSTRUCTIONS FOR TOOL TO AIR SUPPLY
P8
RECOMMENDED HOOKUP
P8
TROUBLE SOLVING
P9
ESPAÑOL
P11
FRANÇAIS
P23
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARNING
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY, ALL USERS AND
EMPLOYERS/OWNERS MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND
ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE
OPERATING OR MAINTAINING THIS TOOL.
Keep this manual for the safety warnings and precautions,
operating, inspection, maintenance. Keep this manual and
the receipt in a safe and dry place for future reference.
EXPLANATION OF THE NAILING
ACTION
• SINGLE ACTUATION MECHANISM:
First, press the safety against the wood; next, pull
the trigger to drive the fastener. After fastening once,
fastening will not be possible again until the trigger is
released and pressed again.
• CONTACT ACTUATION MECHANISM:
First, press the safety against the wood; next, pull the
trigger to drive the fastener. First. Pull the trigger; next,
press the safety against the wood to drive the fastener.
If the trigger is held back, a fastener will be driven each
time when the safety is pressed against the wood.
• FULL SEQUENTIAL ACTUATION MECHANISM:
First, press the safety against the wood; next, pull the
trigger to drive the fastener. Follow the same sequence
to continue driving fasteners.
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
WORK AREA
• KEEP THE WORK AREA CLEAN AND WELL LIGHTED.
Cluttered benches and dark areas increase the risks of
accidents.
• DO NOT OPERATE THE TOOL IN EXPLOSIVE
ATMOSPHERES, such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gases, or dust. The tool creates a spark which
may ignite flammable liquids, gases or dust.
• KEEP VISITORS AWAY. Do not let visitors handle the
tool. All visitors should be kept safety away from work
area.
• NEVER ENGAGE IN HORSEPLAY WITH THE TOOL.
Respect the tool as a working implement.
PERSONAL SAFETY
• OPERATORS AND OTHERS IN WORK AREA MUST
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WITH SIDE SHIELDS. When
operating the tool, always wear safety glasses with
side shields, and make sure others in work area wear
safety glasses, too. Safety glasses must conform to the
requirements of American National Standards Institute,
ANSI Z87.1 and provide protection against flying
particles both from the front and side.
The employer must enforce the use of safety glasses by
the tool operator and others in work area.
• ALWAYS WEAR EAR AND HEAD PROTECTION. Always
wear ear protection to protect your ears from loud noise,
Always wear head protection to protect your head from
flying objects.
• USE SAFETY EQUIPMENT. A dust mask, non-skid safety
shoes and a hard hat must be used for the applicable
conditions. Wear a full face shield if you are producing
metal filings or wood chips.
• DRESS PROPERLY. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewelry. Contain long hair. Keep your hair, clothing, and
gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewelry,
or long hair can be caught in moving parts and increases
the risk of injury.
• STAY ALERT, WATCH WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND USE
COMMON SENSE WHEN OPERATING A POWER TOOL.
Do not use tool while tired or under the influence of
drugs, alcohol, or medication. A moment of inattention
while operating the tool may cause serious injury.
• AVOID UNINTENTIONAL FIRING. Keep fingers away
from trigger when not driving fasteners, especially when
connecting the tool to the air supply.
• DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance
at all times. Proper footing and balance enables better
control of the tool in unexpected situations.
• MAKE SURE AIR HOSE IS FREE OF SNAGS AND
OBSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT ATTACH AN AIR HOSE OR
TOOL TO YOUR BODY. Entangled or snarled hoses
can cause a loss of balance or footing in addition to
unintentional tool operation. Attach the hose to the
structure to reduce the risk of loss of balance of the hose
shifts.
TOOL USE AND CARE
•NEVER POINT TOOL AT YOURSELF OR OTHERS
IN WORK AREA. Always assume the tool contains
fasteners. Never point the tool at yourself or others,
whether it contains fasteners or not. If fasteners are
mistakenly driven, it can lead to severe injuries. Never
engage in horseplay with the tool. Respect the tool as a
working implement.
• KEEP FINGERS AWAY FROM TRIGGER WHEN NOT
DRIVING FASTENERS TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL FIRING.
Never carry the tool with finger on trigger since you
could drive a fastener unintentionally and injure yourself
or someone else. Always carry the tool by the handle
only.
• NEVER MODIFY OR ALTER A TOOL. Doing so may
cause it to malfunction and personal injuries may result.
• KNOW THIS TOOL. Read manual carefully, learn its
applications and limitations, as well as the specific
potential hazards related to this tool.
• USE ONLY FASTENERS THAT ARE RECOMMENDED
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FOR YOUR MODELS. Do not use the wrong fasteners or
load the fasteners incorrectly.
CHECK FOR MISALIGNMENT OR BINDING OF
MOVING PARTS, BREAKAGE OF PARTS, AND ANY
OTHER CONDITION THAT MAY AFFECT THE TOOL'S
OPERATION. If damaged, have the tool serviced before
using. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained
tools.
CHECK SAFETY BEFORE USE. Make sure the safety
operates properly. Never use the tool unless the safety
is operating properly, otherwise the tool could drive a
fastener unexpectedly. Do not tamper with or remove the
safety, otherwise the safety becomes inoperable.
DO NOT USE TOOL IF TRIGGER DOES NOT ACTUATE
PROPERLY. Any tool that cannot be controlled with the
trigger is dangerous and must be repaired.
NEVER USE TOOL WHICH IS DEFECTIVE OR
OPERATING ABNORMALLY. If the tool appears to be
operating unusually, making strange noises, or otherwise
appears defective, stop using it immediately and arrange
for repairs by an authorized service center.
MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE. Keep the tool clean and
lubricated for better and safer performance.
NEVER CARRY THE TOOL BY AIR HOSE.
STORE TOOLS OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN AND
OTHER UNTRAINED PEOPLE. Tools are dangerous in
the hands of untrained users.
PLACE TOOL PROPERLY ON WORKPIECE. Do not drive
fasteners on top of other fasteners or with the tool at too
steep of an angle; the fasteners can ricochet and hurt
someone.
DO NOT USE THE TOOL AS A HAMMER.
KEEP ALL SCREWS AND COVERS TIGHTLY IN PLACE.
KEEP FACE, HANDS AND FEET AWAY FROM FIRING
HEAD AT ALL TIMES. Never place your face, hands or
feet near the firing head.
DO NOT DISCONNECT AIR HOSE FROM TOOL
WITH FINGER ON TRIGGER. The tool can fire when
reconnected to an air supply.
DO NOT LOAD FASTENERS WITH TRIGGER PULLED
OR SAFETY DEPRESSED.
NEVER PLACE A HAND OR ANY PART OF BODY IN
FASTENER DISCHARGE AREA OF TOOL.
DO NOT DRIVE FASTENERS INTO THIN BOARDS OR
NEAR CORNERS AND EDGES OF WORKPIECE. The
fasteners can be driven or a way from the workpiece hit
someone.
DISCONNECT AIR HOSE FROM TOOL WHEN:
1).Doing maintenance and inspection;
2).Turning the adjuster and top cover;
3).Attaching or removing the no-mar tip;
4).Clearing a jam;
5).It is not in use;
6).Leaving work area;
7).Moving it to another location;
8).Handing it to another person.
Never attempt to clear a jam or repair the tool unless you
have disconnected air hose from the tool and removed all
remaining fasteners from the tool. The tool should never
be left unattended since people who are not familiar with
the tool might handle it and injure themselves.
TOOL SERVICE
• USE ONLY ACCESSORIES THAT ARE IDENTIFIED
BY THE MANUFACTURER FOR THE SPECIFIC TOOL
MODEL.
• USE OF UNAUTHORIZED PARTS OR FAILURE TO
FOLLOW MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS MAY
CREATE A RISK OF INJURY.
• USE ONLY THE LUBRICANTS SUPPLIED WITH THE
TOOL OR SPECIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURE.
• TOOL SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED ONLY BY
QUALIFIED REPAIR PERSONNEL.
AIR SOURCE
• NEVER USE OXYGEN OR OTHER BOTTLED GASES AS
A POWER SOURCE. Explosion may occur. Combustible
gases and other bottled gases are dangerous and may
cause the tool to explode.
• DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED AIR
PRESSURE MARKED ON THE TOOL. Use only clean,
dry, regulated, compressed air within the rated pressure
range marked on the tool. Never connect the tool to
pressure as which potentially exceeds 200PSI the tool
can burst.
• DO NOT ABUSE THE AIR HOSE. Protect all hoses from
kinks, restrictions, solvents or sharp objects. Keep air
hose away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts.
Replace damaged hoses immediately. Damaged hoses
can burst or whip around.
• CHECK ALL FITTINGS, HOSES, PIPES, CONNECTIONS
AND COMPRESSOR BEFORE EACH USE OF THIS
TOOL. Repair or replace damaged or leaking hoses
and connections immediately. Damage to a hose or
connection can cause a pressure hose to break and
whip around the work area, and can lead to injury.
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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
WARNING
Disconnect the tool from the air source before making any adjustments, changing accessories or storing the tool. Such
precautionary safety measures reduce the risk or unintentional tool operation.
FIG. 1
Exhaust Deflector
Air Plug
Pusher
Hand Grip
Air Cap
Trigger
Body
Magazine
Depth of Drive
Adjustment
Paper collation
Safety
No-Mar Tip
34° clipped D head framing nails (Paper collation)
SPECIFICATIONS
Normal Operating Pressure:
Maintenance:
Firing Mode:
Fastener Size Range:
70-115PSI(0.5-0.8MPa)
Oiling
Sequential Fire/Contact fire
2" - 3-1/2"(50-90mm)
FASTENER TYPE
50mm
(2")
50mm
(2")
90mm
(3-1/2")
75mm
(3")
Smooth Ring Screw
Shank Shank Shank
Dia O2.87 - O3.33mm 10-12Ga.
Product Size:
MODEL
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
MAGAZINE CAPACITY
CHFN35P
20.08"(510mm)
5.51"(140mm)
14.37"(365mm)
9.24lbs (4.2kg)
50 PC
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OPERATION
FEATURES
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Light weight, magnesium body reduces working fatigue.
Easy clear jam clearing.
Tool free depth of drive.
Fast fire speed.
No-Mar tip protects work surface.
ASSEMBLY/INSTALLATION
Follow the instructions below to prepare your tool for
operation.
1. All tool operators and their immediate supervisors must
become familiar with the operator safety instructions
before operating the tool.
2. Included with each tool are one copy of these Operating/
Safety Instructions. Keep this publications for future
reference.
3.Install a filter, regulator, lubricator unit and moisture
trap on your air delivery system per the manufacturer's
instructions for these devices. Additionally, install
a pressure gauge as close as practical to the tool,
preferably within 10 feet (3 meters).
4.Select hoses with a minimum inner diameter of
1/4 inch (6.4 mm) and a maximum length of 100 feet
(30.5 meters).
LUBRICATION
WARNING
USE ONLY THE AIR TOOL LUBRICANTS SUPPLIED WITH
THE TOOL. Do not use other lubricants as they may damage
the tool.
If the tool is not used with an in-line lubrication system on
the air supply it is necessary to periodically lubricate the tool
with air tool lubrication.
Under low use, lubricate once a day. Under heavy use,
lubricate twice a day. To lubricate, insert 2-3 drops of
lubricant into the air supply fitting attached to the tool
handle (FIG 2). Using too much oil will cause it to collect in
the tool and be noticeable in the exhaust.
2–3 Drops of
FIG. 2
Air Tool Lubricant
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury from a hose bursting, select
hoses that are rated at least 200PSI.
5.Select fittings that are appropriately sized for the
selected hoses. The tool and air hose must have a hose
coupling such that all pressure is removed from the tool
when the coupling joint is disconnected.
WARNING
Never use non relieving couplers and/or female quick
disconnect couplings on the tool. Non relieving couplings
and female couplings will trap high pressure air in the tool
when the airline is disconnected. This will leave the tool
charged with enough air after it has been disconnected
to drive a nail. Only MALE pneumatic type air connectors
should be fitted to the tool, so that high pressure air in
the tool is vented to atmosphere as soon as the airline is
disconnected.
6. Set the regulator at the air delivery system to a PSI that
falls within the tool's operating range of 70-115PSI. The
correct pressure is the lowest pressure that will do the
job.
Do not use detergent oil, WD-40, transmission fluid, motor
oil, or other lubricants not specifically designated as air tool
lubricants. These lubricants will cause accelerated wear to
the seals, o-rings, and bumpers in the tool, resulting in poor
tool performance and frequent maintenance.
ADJUSTING AIR PRESSURE
Adjust the air pressure at recommended operating pressure
70-115PSI according to the length of nails and the hardness
of workpiece.
The correct air pressure is the lowest pressure which will do
the job. Using the tool at a higher than required air pressure
unnecessarily over stresses the tool. Don't exceed 115PSI.
FIG. 3
70PSI minimum
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115PSI maximum
CONNECTING AIR SUPPLY
WARNING
WARNING
Never use oxygen or other bottled gases as a power
source. Explosion may occur. Combustible gases and other
bottled gases are dangerous and may cause the tool to
explode.
WARNING
Never connect the tool to an air source that is capable
of producing air pressure exceeding 200PSI. Excessive
pressure can cause abnormal operation or cause the tool to
burst, resulting in personal injury.
WARNING
Do not exceed maximum recommended air pressure
marked on the tool. Verify prior to using the tool that the
air source has been adjusted within the rated air-pressure
rang. Be sure the air pressure gauge is operating properly
and check it at least twice a day. Tools operated in excess of
their maximum pressure rating may operate abnormally or
burst resulting in personal injury.
To connect the tool to the compressor only use
pneumatic air hoses that meet the following criteria:
1. Minimum hose pressure rating, 200PSI.
2. Minimum hose inner diameter, 1/4 inch (6.4 mm).
3. Maximum hose length, 100 feet (30.5 meters).
FIG. 4
NEVER USE TOOL UNLESS SAFETY IS OPERATING
PROPERLY.
Before actually beginning the nailing work, test the tool by
using the check list below. Conduct the test in the following
order. If abnormal operation occurs, stop using the tool and
have the tool repaired by a qualified service technician.
1. Disconnect air hose from tool. Remove all nails from tool.
• ALL SCREWS MUST BE TIGHTENED. If any screws
are loose, tighten them.
• THE SAFETY AND TRIGGER MUST MOVE
SMOOTHLY.
2. Adjust the air pressure to 70PSI, connect the air hose.
Do not load any nails in the tool.
• THE TOOL MUST NOT LEAK AIR.
3. Remove the finger from the trigger and press the safety
against the wood.
• THE TOOL MUST NOT OPERATE.
4. Separate the safety from the wood. Next, point the tool
downward, pull the trigger and then wait in that position
for 5 seconds or longer.
• THE TOOL MUST NOT OPERATE.
5.a. Without touching the trigger, depress the safety
against the workpiece. Pull the trigger.
• THE TOOL MUST OPERATE
b. Hold the trigger back while separating the safety from
the wood.
The tool will remain in operated status(the driver
blade will remain at the bottom).
c. Remove the finger from the trigger.
Tool operation will end (the driver blade will return to
the top).
6. If no abnormal operation is observed, you may load nails
in the tool. Drive nails into the workpiece that is the same
type to be used in the actual application.
• THE TOOL MUST OPERATE PROPERLY.
NAIL LOADING
Connect the air supply:
• Snap the air hose onto the quick connector.
• Check for air leakage. If leakage is noted, cease using
the tool immediately and have the tool repaired by a
qualified service technician.
• Be sure the air pressure gauge is operating properly and
check it at least twice a day.
TOOL TESTING
DANGER
OPERATORS AND OTHERS IN WORK AREA MUST
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WITH SIDE SHIELDS WHICH
CONFORMS TO ANSI Z87.1 SPECIFICATIONS.
WARNING
When loading the tool’s magazine, check that the nail
tips contact the wear rail and slide smoothly against
the surface of the magazine. If the nails are not loaded
properly, the tool will misfire and nails can be deflected,
causing the tool to react in an unexpected manner, and
damage the tool.
1. Connect air supply.
2. Hold tool handgrip securely, and pull pusher back until it
locks in latched position at rear of magazine.
3. Insert nail strip into magazine, with nail points angled
forward and down.
4. Pull push back, press release lever, and slide pusher
forward against nails.
5. Tool is now loaded and ready for normal operation.
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FIG. 5
CORRECT Load Nails
34° Paper collation
Magazine
Pusher
FIG. 6
Release
Lever
1. Disconnect the tool from the air repetitive.
2. Remove the O-Ring from the trigger pin (FIG. 7).
3. Pull the trigger out.
4. Put the red trigger on.
5.Push the trigger pin back, using a little hammer if
necessary.
6. Put the O-Ring back to fasten the trigger pin.
7. Grip the tool firmly to maintain control. Position the nose
of the tool onto the work surface.
8. Squeeze and hold the trigger, push the tool against the
work surface to depress the workpiece contact and drive
a nail.
FIG. 7
INCORRECT Load Nails
Pin
METHODS OF OPERATION
This tool is equipped with the safety and does not operate
unless the safety is depressed.
There are two methods of operation to drive nails with this
tool. They are:
1. Sequential fire
2. Contact fire (red trigger)
SEQUENTIAL FIRE
1. Position the nail outlet on the workpiece with finger off
the trigger.
2. Depress the safety firmly until it is completely depressed.
3. Pull the trigger to drive a nail
4. Remove finger from the trigger.
To continue nailing a separate location, move the tool along
the wood, repeating steps (2-4) as required.
CONTACT FIRE
WARNING
To avoid double firing or accidental firing due to recoil.
• Do not press the tool against the wood with excessive
force.
• Separate the tool from the wood as it recoils after
nailing.
CONTACT TRIGGER LOAD
1. Pull the trigger with the tool off the workpiece.
2. Depress the safety against the workpiece to drive a nail.
3.Move the tool along the workpiece witha bouncing
motion. Each depression of the safety will drivea nail. As
soon as the desired number of nails have been driven,
remove finger from the trigger.
NOTE:
• Always handle nails and package carefully. If nails are
dropped, collating bent may be broken, which will cause
mis-feeding and jamming.
• After nailing:
1. Disconnect air hose from the tool.
2. Remove all nails from the tool.
3.Supply 5-10 drops of pneumatic tool lubricant into
the air plug on the tool.
4.Open the petcock on the air compressor tank to drain
any moisture
COLD WEATHER OPERATION
WARNING
DO NOT USE A FROZEN TOOL. Allow tool to thaw before
using. Moisture frozen in the tool may impede internal
components resulting in the risk of injury and/or tool
damage.
When using the tool in cold conditions the tool will cycle
slower than usual while driving the first nails. The cycle rate
will increase as the tool warms up. Keep tool warm to avoid
reduced cycle rate.
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ADJUSTING THE NAILING DEPTH
USING THE NO-MAR TIP
WARNING
WARNING
Disconnect the tool from the air source before making
adjustments. Such precautionary safety measures reduce
the risk or unintentional tool operation.
When attaching or detaching the No-Mar Tip, be sure to
remove your finger from the trigger and disconnect the air
hose from the nailer.
1. Disconnect tool from air supply.
2. Remove nails from the tool.
3. Adjust tool driving depth:
• To reduce the nail depth , turn the adjustment knob
counter clockwise (FIG 8).
• To drive the nail deeper, turn the adjustment knob
clockwise (FIG 9).
4. Reload nails as described in the "Loading Nails" section
of this manual.
5. Reconnect air supply.
If you like to protect the surface of workpiece against
scratches or markings made by the safety, attach the
accessory No-Mar Tip to the safety.
To replace the No-Mar Tip:
1. Disconnect air hose from tool.
2. Put the No-Mar Tip to the toe of the safety.
To remove the No-Mar Tip: Pull the no mar tip directly away
from tool.
NOTE: The nose cap may reduce nailing depth due to its
thickness. Re-adjustment of nailing depth is required.
FIG. 11
FIG. 8
Depth of Drive
Adjustment
Too Deep
Flush
Safety
Turn the adjustment knob counter clockwise
No-Mar Tip
FIG. 9
Depth of Drive
Adjustment
Too Shallow
Flush
MAINTENANCE
JAM CLEARING
Turn the adjustment knob clockwise
ADJUSTING THE EXHAUST
The direction of the exhaust vent can be changed by turning
the top cover (FIG 10).
FIG. 10
If a nail becomes jammed in the tool, disconnect the air
hose and keep the tool pointed away from you while clearing
the jam.
1. Disconnect the tool from the air supply.
2. Remove nails from the tool.
3. Insert screwdriver into the driving mechanism.
4. Tap the screwdriver gently with a hammer. The inserted
screwdriver should push the driver blade back, freeing
the nail jam
5.Remove the bent nail, using needle-nose pliers if
necessary.
6. Reconnect the tool to the air supply.
7. Reload the tool with nails.
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When not in use, the tool should be disconnected and stored
in the storage case in a warm and dry place. When tool will
not be in use for an extended period, apply a thin coat of the
lubricant to the steel parts to avoid rust.
Do not store the tool in a cold weather environment.
FIG. 12
HOOKUP INSTRUCTIONS FOR TOOL
TO AIR SUPPLY
CLEANING
WARNING
When cleaning a tool be careful not to disassembly any
portion of the tool since internal components may be
misplaced or safety components may be improperly
mounted. Certain cleaning agents such as gasoline, carbon
tetrachloride, ammonia. etc. may damage plastic parts and
o-rings.
WARNING
Do not attempt to clean by inserting pointed objects
through openings. Sharp edges may damage internal
components causing a serious hazard.
Ventilation openings, the work contact element, and the
trigger must be kept clean and free of foreign matter.
Periodically clean the tool with compressed air.
Clean the magazine. Remove metal or wooden chips which
may have accumulated in the magazine. Periodically clean
magazine with compressed air.
STORAGE
WARNING
Keep out of reach of children and personnel unfamiliar
with tool operation. Lock the storage area. Tools are
dangerous in the hands of personnel unfamiliar with the
tool.
NOTE:
For better performance, install a 3/8 inch quick plug (1/4 inch
NPT threads) with an inside diameter of 0.315 inch (8mm)
on the nailer and a 3/8 inch quick coupler on the air hose.
1. With ON/OFF switch in OFF position, plug compressor
into electrical outlet.
2. Close pressure regulator by turning all the way to the
left. Turn compressor ON and let it pump all the way up
to automatic shut-off pressure.
3. Attach air hose to regulator outlet. Adjust pressure
regulator by turning to the right so that outlet pressure is
between 70PSI to 115PSI.
4. Load fasteners into nailer.
5. Point the nailer in a safe direction while attaching to air
hose.
6. Nailer is ready for use. You may need to adjust outlet
pressure to achieve proper fastener depth.
RECOMMENDED HOOKUP
MINIMUM COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR
HOOKUP
Air compressor: The air compressor must be able to
maintain a minimum of 70PSI when the nailer is being used.
An inadequate air supply can cause a loss of power and
inconsistent driving.
Pressure regulator: A pressure regulator is required to
control the operating pressure of the nailer between 70PSI
and 115PSI .
Air supply hose: Always use air supply hoses with a
minimum working pressure rating equal to or greater
than the pressure from the power source, or 150PSI,
whichever is greater. Use 1/4 inch air hose for runs up to
50 feet (15.2 meters). Use 3/8 inch air hose for 50 feet
(15.2 meters), run or longer.
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TROUBLE SOLVING
PROBLEMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS
Air leaking near the top of the tool or in 1. Loose screws.
1. Tighten screws.
the trigger area.
2. Worn or damaged O-rings or seals. 2. Install overhaul kit.
Air leaking near the bottom of the tool
1. Loose screws.
1. Tighten screws.
2. Worn or damaged O-rings or seals. 2. Install overhaul kit.
Tool dose nothing or operates sluggishly 1. Inadequate air supply.
1. Make sure the air compressor is set
between 70PSI and 115PSI.
2. Tool is too dry.
2. Add about 2-3 drops of lubrication
into the air connector.
3. Clean exhaust channel.
3. Exhaust blocked.
4. Worn or damaged O-rings or seals. 4. Install overhaul kit.
Fasteners are jammed in the tool 1. Driver channel is worn.
1. Fix the drive channel.
frequently
2. Piston is broken or worn.
2. Replace the piston.
3. Bent fasteners.
3. Remove the bent fasteners, replace
with the right fasteners.
4. Clean magazine.
4. Dirty magazine.
5. Loose magazine.
5. Tighten screws.
6. Verify that fasteners are the correct
6. Wrong fasteners
size.
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