AD6595_058-9350 MX Brad Nailer修改

AD6595_058-9350 MX Brad Nailer修改
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SAFETY GUIDELINES
KEY PARTS DIAGRAM
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TYPES OF NAILS
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
EXPLODED VIEW
PARTS LIST
WARRANTY
NOTE: If any parts are missing or damaged, or if you
have any questions, please call our toll-free helpline at
1-888-670-6682.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MAGAZINE CAPACITY
100 nails/staples
STAPLES
18-gauge 7/32" narrow crown
(5/8–1 5/8") with 0.222" widths
NAILS
18-gauge brad nails (5/8 to 2")
OPERATING PRESSURE
70–110 PSI (4.8–7.5 bar)
MAXIMUM PRESSURE
120 PSI (8.3 bar)
AVERAGE AIR CONSUMPTION
0.03 CF/cycle @ 90 PSI
AIR INLET
1/4"–18 NPT
WEIGHT
3 lb 8 oz (1.6 kg)
This manual contains information that relates to PROTECTING
PERSONAL SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS.
It is very important to read this manual carefully and understand
it thoroughly before using the product. The symbols listed below
are used to indicate this information.
DANGER!
Potential hazard that will result in serious
injury or loss of life.
WARNING!
Potential hazard that could result in
serious injury or loss of life.
CF: Cubic Feet (the volumetric flow rate of air corrected
to standardized conditions of temperature and pressure).
NPT: National Pipe Thread.
CAUTION!
Potential hazard that may result in
moderate injury or damage to equipment.
PERSONAL SAFETY
These precautions are intended for the personal safety of the user
and others working with the user. Please take time to read and
understand them.
NOTE: The word “Note” is used to inform the reader of
something he/she needs to know about the tool.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES
• Do not use oxygen or any other combustible or bottled gas to
power air-powered tools. Failure to observe this warning
can cause an explosion and serious personal injury
or death. Use only compressed air to power airpowered tools. Use a minimum of 25’ (7.6 m) of
hose to connect the tool to the compressor. Failure
to comply will result in serious injury or loss of life.
• Risk of electric shock. Do not expose a compressor to rain.
Store it indoors. Disconnect the compressor from the power
source before servicing. Compressor must be grounded. Do
not use grounding adaptors.
Risk of personal injury. Do not direct compressed air from the
air hose toward the user or other personnel.
Risk for breathing. Never directly inhale the air produced by
the compressor.
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Risk of bursting. Do not adjust the pressure switch or safety
valve for any reason. They have been preset at the factory for
this compressor’s maximum pressure. Tampering with the
pressure switch or the safety valve may cause personal injury
or property damage.
Risk of burns. The pump and the manifold generate high
temperatures. In order to avoid burns or other injuries, do not
touch the pump, the manifold, or the transfer tube while the
compressor is running. Allow the parts to cool down before
handling or servicing. Keep children away from the compressor
at all times.
Risk of bursting. Make sure the regulator is
adjusted so that the compressor outlet pressure is
set lower than the maximum operating pressure of
the tool. Before starting the compressor, pull the
ring on the safety valve to make sure the valve
moves freely. Drain water from tank after each use.
Do not weld or repair tank. Relieve all pressure in
the
hose
before
removing
or
attaching
accessories.
WARNING!
NOTE: Carefully read and understand all the instructions in this
manual before using the tool. Ensure that the operator has read
and understood these instructions.
DANGER!
Potential hazard that will result in serious injury or loss
of life.
• Keep children away from the work area. Do not allow
children to handle power tools.
• Keep air hose away from heat, oil, and sharp edges.
Check air hose for wear before each use and ensure
that all connections are proper.
• Always ensure that the workpiece is firmly secured
leaving both hands free to control the tool.
• Always ensure that the tool has stopped before
putting it down after use, in the interest of safety and
to prevent possible damage to the tool/user.
• Keep proper footing at all times in order to ensure
correct balance.
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or
loss of life.
• Do not allow unskilled or untrained individuals to operate
the Air-powered Nailer/Stapler.
• Do not use the Air-powered Nailer/Stapler for any task
other than that it is designed to perform.
• Do not use the Air-powered Nailer/Stapler unless you have
been instructed in its use.
• Locate the compressor in a well-ventilated area for cooling,
at a minimum of 12" (31 cm) away from the nearest wall.
• Protect the air hose and the power cord from damage and
puncture. Inspect them for weak or worn spots every week,
and replace them if necessary.
• Always wear hearing protection when using the air
compressor. Failure to do so may result in hearing loss.
• Do not carry the compressor while it is running.
• Do not operate the compressor if it is not in a stable
position.
• Do not operate the compressor on a rooftop or an elevated
position that could allow the unit to fall or be tipped over.
• Always replace a damaged gauge before operating the unit
again.
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• Always ensure that the tool has stopped before connecting it to the air
supply.
• Do not wear watches, rings, bracelets, or loose clothing when using any
air tool.
• Do not overload the tool. Allow the tool to operate at its optimum speed
for maximum efficiency.
• Do not use a tool that is leaking air, with missing or damaged parts, or
that requires repairs. Verify that all screws are securely tightened.
• For optimal safety and tool performance, inspect the tool daily in order
to ensure free movement of the trigger, safety mechanisms, and springs.
• Always keep your air tool clean and lubricated. Daily lubrication is
essential to avoid internal corrosion and possible failures.
• Ensure the floor is not slippery and wear non-slip shoes. Floor should be
kept clean and clear.
• Always follow all workshop safety rules, regulations, and conditions
when using the Air-powered Nailer/Stapler.
• Carry the tool by the handle only, keeping the finger away from the
trigger. Do not carry the tool by the hose, magazine or any other parts.
• Do not use the tool near or below the freezing condition, as doing so
may cause tool failure.
• Do not store the tool in a freezing environment to prevent ice formation
on the operating valves of the tool, as doing so may cause tool failure.
• Handling and storage of oil: Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid
contact of oil with eyes, skin, and clothing. Avoid breathing spray or
mist. Store in a tightly closed container in a cool, dry, well-ventilated
area free from incompatible substances.
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Disconnect the tool from the air supply and turn off
the compressor before performing any maintenance,
or changing accessories, when the tool is not in use,
when it is being handed to another person, and when
it is left unattended. Failure to comply may result in
moderate injury or damage to equipment.
Use safety goggles and ear protection:
Wear safety glasses with side shields when operating
the tool/compressor and verify that others in the
work area are also wearing safety glasses. Safety
glasses must provide protection from flying particles
from the front and the sides.
Air-powered tools are loud and the sound can cause
hearing damage. Always wear ear protection to
prevent hearing damage and loss. Failure to comply
may result in moderate injury.
Note: Recycle the unwanted materials rather than disposing of them
as waste. Sort the tools, hoses, and packaging in specific categories
and take to the local recycling centre or dispose of them in an
environmentally safe way.
CAUTION!
Potential hazard that may result in moderate injury
or damage to equipment.
CAUTION!
Potential hazard that may result in moderate injury or
damage to equipment.
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No.
Compatible compressors
Description
No.
Description
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Air deflector
5
Safety stand
2
Air inlet plug
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Release handle
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Latch
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Trigger
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Magazine
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Depth adjustment dial
GUIDELINES FOR PROPER USE AND OPERATION
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Be sure to use a proper air compressor with MAXIMUM® Air-powered
tools. The compressor should be able to supply a minimal air delivery of
2.65 CFM @ 90 PSI (6.3 bar) to ensure the compressor can run
continuously with the MAXIMUM® Air-powered Nailer/Stapler.
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Air Compressor
Size and Power
1/3-11/3 HP
1 1/2-2 HP
+ HP
2–6 Gallons
Light-duty and
intermittent use
Light-duty and
intermittent use
Light-duty and
intermittent use
8–11 Gallons
Light-duty and
intermittent use
Heavy-duty and
continuous use
Heavy-duty and
continuous use
15+ Gallons
Medium-duty and Heavy-duty and
intermittent use continuous use
Heavy-duty and
continuous use
General use
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This MAXIMUM® Air-powered Nailer/Stapler drives 18-gauge brad nails
having a length of 15 to 50 mm (5/8 to 2") and 18 gauge staples having a
length of 5/8 to 1 5/8". The 2-in-1 magazine accepts staples and brad nails
without adjustment. The tool has a die cast aluminum body that is strong
and light in weight, and a rubber-made handle sleeve for providing
improved control and comfort, even during extended use. The tool has a
360 air deflector and a safety stand for improved operator safety. The
tool is best suited for installing door and window trim, decorative trim,
small cabinet work, and finish paneling using brad nails, while staples can
be used for attaching house wrap, vapour barriers, and similar.
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Wood density
Nail size
>0.6 g/cm3
≤0.6 g/cm3
Compressor air pressure
<1 1/2" (32 mm) brad nails
90 PSI (6.2 bar)
≥1 1/2" (32 mm) brad nails
110 PSI (7.6 bar)
<1" (25 mm) staples
90 PSI (6.2 bar)
≥1" (25 mm) staples
110 PSI (7.6 bar)
<1 1/2" (32 mm) brad nails
70 PSI (5 bar)
≥1 1/2" (32 mm) brad nails
90 PSI (6.2 bar)
<1" (25 mm) staples
70 PSI (5 bar)
≥1" (25 mm) staples
100 PSI (7 bar)
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• Read and follow all the safety instructions at the beginning of this
manual. Inspect the Air-powered Nailer/Stapler prior to each use in
order to :
– Ensure that the proper power source is being used.
– Verify that the tool is in proper working order.
• It is recommended that a filter-regulator-lubricator be used and be
located as close to the tool as possible.
• If a filter-regulator-lubricator is not installed, place up to 6 drops of
pneumatic tool oil into the air inlet plug before each use.
• If a filter-regulator-lubricator is installed, keep the air filter clean. A
dirty filter will reduce the air pressure to the tool, which will cause
reduction in power, efficiency, and general performance.
• For optimal performance, install a quick connector to the tool and a
quick coupler on the hose, if applicable.
• Verify that all of the connections in the air supply system are sealed
in order to prevent air rom leaking.
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Description
MAXIMUM Air-powered
Nailer/Stapler
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Regulator: 0 to 123 PSI
(0 to 8.5 bar)
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Quick connector
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Filter
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Quick coupler
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Cut-off valve
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Air hose
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Air compressor
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Lubricator
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Read this instruction manual carefully before using the Air-powered
Nailer/Stapler
• Always use clean, dry, regulated, compressed air at 70 to 110 psi (4.8
to 7.5 bar).
• Do not exceed the maximum or minimum pressures. Operating the
tool at the inappropriate pressure (too low or too high) will cause
excessive noise or rapid wear.
WARNING!
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or loss
of life.
• Keep hands and other parts of the body away from the
tool’s discharge and working areas when connecting
the air supply. Failure to comply could lead to serious
injury or loss of life.
• Do not use the tool if it is not in proper working order.
• Do not use oxygen or any other combustible or bottled
gas to power this tool.
• Do not use this tool in the presence of any flammable
liquids or gases.
• Keep hands and other parts of the body away from the
firing head during use.
• Do not point the tool towards the operator or other
people.
• Do not attempt to clear a jammed fastener when the
air hose is connected.
• Do not drive a fastener on top of an existing fastener.
Failure to comply could lead to serious injury or loss of
life.
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This MAXIMUM® Air-powered Nailer/Stapler drives 18-gauge brad nails
having a length of 5/8 to 2" (15 to 50 mm) and 18-gauge staples having
a length of 5/8 to 1 5/8" (16 to 40 mm).
Loading Fasteners
Acceptable Fasteners
1. Disconnect the tool (1) from the air
supply (2) (see Fig. A).
Brad nails: 5/8 to 2" (16 to 50 mm).
Staples: 5/8 to 1 5/8" (16 to 40 mm).
Operation
Fig. A
7/32"
(5.6 mm)
1 5/8"
(40 mm)
7/32"
(5.6 mm)
2"
(50 mm)
5/8"
(16 mm)
5/8"
(16 mm)
Fig. B
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This nailer can be used with a variety of shank types (e.g. ring, smooth,
spiral) and a variety of coatings or nail compositions (e.g. electro,
mechanical, hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel, etc.).
Types of Nails
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2. Hold the Air-powered Nailer/Stapler
firmly with one hand, and use the other
hand to press the latch (1) on the
magazine (2) and slide it back (see
Fig. B).
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These icons are used to select the proper nails for this specific nailer.
3. Insert a strip of fasteners into the
magazine. Be sure that the points
of the fasteners are facing down.
Close the magazine (1) (see Fig. C).
(Refer to the nail type icon on
page 14).
Fig. C
WARNING!
NOTE: Icons are colour coded, please refer the actual tool for the
specific colour.
WARNING!
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or loss of
life.
• The use of any other types of nails will cause the nailer to
jam and could lead to serious injury or loss of life.
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or loss of
life.
•Disconnect the tool from the compressed air source before
loading fasteners.
•Do not point the tool towards the operator or other people
while changing fasteners.
•Do not hold the tool with the trigger pressed while
changing the fasteners.
•Failure to comply will lead to serious injury or loss of life.
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4. Plug in compressor, turn it on, and set
the pressure regulator to 90 PSI (6.2 bar),
attach one end of the air hose to the
compressor and the other end of the air
hose (1) to the tool (2). Use plumber’s tape
to avoid air leaks (see section “Technical
specifications”) (see Fig. D). (Refer to the
wood density chart on page 12).
Fig. E
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Fig. D
5. Test the driving depth of the fasteners
on sample piece of wood by pressing
the trigger (1) before working on the
workpiece. If the fasteners are being
driven too deep, or not deep enough,
adjust the regulator in the air supply in
order to provide more or less air
pressure, as required (see Fig. E).
Loading brad nails
Loading staples
Insert brad nails into the channel
along the left side of the magazine (see Fig. F).
Insert the staples from the top
area of magazine with one ‘arm’
of the staple in the centre slot of
the magazine and the other arm
of the staple along the left side
of the magazine (see Fig. G).
Fig. G
Fig. F
Firing modes
The MAXIMUM® Air-powered Nailer/Stapler is equipped with a single,
sequential actuation mode which follows this sequence for firing the
fastener:
• Press the safety stand against the workpiece.
• Pull the trigger in order to drive the fastener.
•If safety stand remains pressed against the workpiece, successive
fasteners will fire each time the trigger is pulled.
Fasteners depth adjustment
Fig. H
The MAXIMUM Air-powered Nailer/
Stapler has a depth adjustment dial
below the trigger to adjust the firing
depth of the fasteners.
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WARNING!
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or
loss of life.
• The safety stand must be in contact with the workpiece
Note: Refer to the graphic imprinted below the trigger and adjust
the firing depth accordingly (see Fig. H).
before activating the tool.
• Do not operate the tool if the fasteners are not loaded, as
doing so may damage the tool.
• Do not fire fasteners into the air, as doing so may cause
injury to the operators or others, apart from damaging
the tool.
• Do not load different sized fasteners into the magazine,
as doing so may cause fasteners to jam. Failure to comply
could lead to serious injury or loss of life.
CAUTION!
Potential hazard that may result in moderate injury or
damage to equipment.
•Operate the tool with the utmost care when it is connected
to the air compressor. Failure to comply may result in moderate injury or damage to equipment.
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Cold weather operation
When operating any air-powered tool below freezing
temperature:
Clearing a jammed fastener
To clear the jammed fastener:
• Disconnect the tool from the air supply line.
• Remove the fasteners that are stored in the tool’s magazine.
• Operate the magazine release latch to open the movable
magazine.
• Use pliers or any appropriate tool to remove the jammed fasteners.
• Reload fasteners into the tool magazine.
• Close the movable magazine and verify that the magazine release
latch has moved to its original position.
• Reconnect the air supply line to the tool’s air inlet.
• Test fire 3 to 5 fasteners into a piece of scrap wood in order to
ensure proper operation.
• Verify the compressor tanks have been properly drained prior
to use.
• Keep the tool as warm as possible using any safe, convenient
method.
• Place up to 6 drops of pneumatic tool oil into the tool’s air
inlet.
• Maintain the operating level of the air pressure between 80 to
100 psi (5.5 to 7 bar).
• Load the fasteners into the magazine (if required).
• Actuate the tool 5 to 6 times into a scrap piece of wood in
order to lubricate the O-rings.
• Relubricate the tool, as described in the maintenance section.
• Drain the compressor tanks at least once per day.
Decreasing Fastener Depth
Increasing Fastener Depth
Turn the depth adjustment
dial counterclockwise (with
the discharge area of the
tool facing away from the
operator) (see Fig. I).
Turn the depth adjustment dial
clockwise (with the discharge
area of the tool facing away
from the operator) (see Fig. J).
Fig. I
Fig. J
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If the fasteners continue to jam, please call 1-888-670-6682.
WARNING!
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or
loss of life.
Note: If the fasteners are not going deep enough,or going too
deep, adjust the pressure of the regulator.
Disconnect the air supply from the tool before loading or
changing the fasteners.
Disconnect the magazine from the tool and remove the
non-jammed fasteners from the tool before clearing the
jammed fastener. Failure to comply could cause them to
be fired out of the tool causing serious injury.
Do not point the tool towards the operator or other
people with the trigger pressed while loading or changing
the fasteners. Serious personal injury could result if these
instructions are not followed.
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TOOLS OR
MATERIALS
REQUIRED
MAINTENANCE
REQUIRED
DESCRIPTION
General
inspection–
free movement
Trigger, spring,
safety
None
mechanism
In-depth
inspection
Worn or broken
parts
MAXIMUM SERVICE INTERVAL
Each use or
every 2 hrs
Monthly
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Replace worn or
broken parts
Lubrication
As
needed
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Incorrect or abnormal nails
(large sized head, nails that
are bent or incorrectly
chained) are loaded.
Remove incorrect nails and
load 18-gauge, 5/8 to 2"
nails.
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Have the tool serviced by
a qualified technician.
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Magazine unit
See below
Pneumatic
tool oil
X
• Lubrication: If the Air-powered Nailer/
Stapler and the compressor are not
equipped with an in-line lubrication
system, place up to 6 drops of
pneumatic tool oil into the air inlet before
each work day, or after every 2 hours of
continuous use, depending on the characteristics of the
workpiece and type of nails used.
• Air-operated tools must be inspected periodically, and worn or
broken parts must be replaced in order to keep tools operating
safely and efficiently.
• Inspect and replace worn or damaged O-rings, seals, etc. Tighten
all screws and caps frequently in order to help prevent personal
injury.
• Inspect the trigger, spring, and safety mechanism for free
movement on a regular basis in order to ensure that the safety
system is fully functional. Verify that no parts are loose or missing
and no parts are sticking or jammed.
• Keep the magazine and the firing area of the tool clean and free of
any dirt or abrasive particles.
Note: When temperatures are below freezing, keep the tools warm
using any safe, convenient method.
DANGER!
Potential hazard that will result in serious injury or loss of life.
• Disconnect the tool from the air compressor before
performing maintenance/service, adjusting, clearing jams,
reloading, and when it is not in use.
• Repairs must be performed by a qualified service
technician only. Failure to comply will lead to serious injury
or loss of life.
1. The magazine push lever/nail
feed portion is damaged.
2. Nail feeder is deflected, bent
or broken.
3. Feed spring is worn or broken.
4. Adhesive fragment or wood
dust is sticking on the
magazine or nail feeder.
No nail is fired.
5. Push lever is damaged.
1. Repair deformed parts.
2. Replace defective parts.
3. Replace defective parts.
4. Remove adhesive fragment
or wood dust.
5. Check push lever movement
and replace if necessary.
Have the tool serviced by
a qualified technician.
Output unit: piston or driver Have the tool serviced by
a qualified technician.
1. Air pressure is too low.
2. Piston ring is worn.
3. Piston bumper is defective.
4. Bumper piece is defective,
worn, or broken.
5. O-ring is disconnected,
deformed or broken.
6. Driver blade is deflected,
deformed, or broken.
7. Foreign material (adhesive or
wood fragment) is present
inside the cylinder.
1. Check compressor for
pressure setting.
2. Replace piston ring if tool
does not drive at minimum
operating pressure.
3. Replace the piston bumper.
4. Replace the piece.
5. Reassemble or replace the
O-ring.
6. Replace the blade.
7. Remove the material (adhesive fragment or wood) and
clean the clylinder.
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES SOLUTIONS
The driven
nail is bent.
1. Nails are inaccurately
fed.
2. Incorrect nails are
loaded.
3. Air pressure is too low.
4. Driver blade is worn
or broken.
5. The wood is too hard.
Nails do not
fire “flush”
into the
workpiece.
1. The wood is too hard. 1. Test fire to determine
2. Air pressure is too low. whether nails bend on
3. Drive blade is worn or
softer wood. If it bends,
broken.
a higher gauge nailer is
4. Incorrect driving
required.
depth adjustment.
2. Adjust the air pressure.
3. Replace the driver blade
if it either protrudes from
the blade guide or appears
to be excessively worn.
4. Adjust the depth adjustment
dial to the appropriate
position.
Nails jam.
1. Piston ring or
1. Send for service.
cylinder is worn,
2. See above items.
broken, or dirty.
3. See above items.
2. Nails are not feeding
4. Send for service.
into the chamber
5. Inspect and send tool for
properly.
service.
3. Incorrect nails being
6. Use an alternate tool.
used.
4. Driver blade tip is worn.
5. Driver guide is
damaged or worn.
6. Workpiece material
(or backer) is too hard.
1. Remove and load the nails
properly.
2. Remove incorrect nails and
load the recommended nails
(see section “Technical specifications.”)
3. Adjust the air pressure.
4. Replace the driver blade if it
either protrudes from the
blade guide or appears to be
excessively worn.
5. Test fire to determine whether
nails bend on soft wood. If it
bends, a higher gauge nailer
is required.
For further repair information, please call 1- 888-670-6682.
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Bolt M5 x 16
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O-ring 33.6 x 2
4
2
Axle sleeve
1
14
Switch valve
1
3
Logo
2
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Sealing gasket
1
4
Exhaust valve cap
1
16
O-ring 24.2 x 3.1
1
5
Ball Dw=3
1
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Main piston
1
6
Spring
1
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O-ring 41.7 x 3
1
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Bolt M5 x 20
4
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Collar
1
8
Spring washer 5
6
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Cylinder
1
9
Cylinder cover
1
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Bumper
1
10
Sealing washer
1
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Washer
1
11
O-ring 17 x 2.65
1
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Housing
1
12
Compressed spring
1
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Guide stand
1
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Description
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Pin 3 x 26
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Flexible bar
1
26
Washer II
1
61
Driver guide
1
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Compressed spring
1
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Safety nozzle
1
28
Snap retainer
1
63
Inlay slice
1
29
Adjustable stand
1
64
Pin 1 x 10
2
30
Norm pin 1.5 x 8
2
65
Movable magazine
1
31
Ball Dw=3
2
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Spring
1
32
Compressed spring B
2
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Roll core
1
1
33
Adjustable nut
1
68
Pin 3 x 20
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Retainer ring
1
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Pusher
1
35
Adjustable stem
1
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Bolt M4 x 16
2
36
Safety mechanism
1
71
Position seat
1
37
Guide sleeve
1
72
Compressed spring
1
38
Bolt M3 x 8
1
73
Fixed lever
1
39
Adjustable bolt
1
74
Fixed seat
1
40
O-ring 7 x 1.5
2
75
Bolt M4 x 16
2
41
Trigger valve guide
1
76
Fixed magazine
1
42
Screw spring
1
77
Pin 3 x 17.5
1
43
O-ring 1.9 x 1.1
2
78
Safety spacer
1
44
Switch lever
1
79
Trigger II
1
45
O-ring 11.2 x 1.6
1
80
Nut M4
1
46
Trigger valve seat
1
81
Bolt M4 x 16
1
47
O-ring 11.7 x 2.4
1
82
Hook
1
48
Compressed spring
1
83
Bolt M4 x 12
1
49
Fixed driver guide cover
1
84
Air inlet plug
1
50
Bolt M5 x 25
2
85
End cap
1
51
Pin sleeve
2
86
O-ring 36.3 x 3.55
1
52
Pin
2
87
Front anti-collision rubber 1
53
Bolt M4 x 16
2
88
Black anti-collision rubber 1
54
Quick release handle
1
89
Spring washer
55
Movable driver guide cover 1
56
O-ring 1.9 x 1.2
1
57
Pin
1
58
Compressed spring
1
59
Pin 2 x 6
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This MAXIMUM product is guaranteed for a period of 5 years
from the date of original retail purchase against defects in
workmanship and materials only and is subject to the following
components:
a) Component A: The carrying case is guaranteed for a period of
1-year from the date of original retail purchase against defects in
workmanship and materials.
Subject to the conditions and limitations described below, this product,
if returned to us with proof of purchase within the stated warranty
period and if covered under this warranty, will be repaired or replaced
(with the same model, or one of equal value or specification), at the sole
discretion of the Maximum Canada authorised repair centre (“Service
Provider”). We will bear the cost of any repair or replacement and any
costs of labour relating thereto.
These warranties are subject to the following conditions and
limitations:
a) A bill of sale verifying the purchase and purchase date must be provided;
b) Defects in workmanship and material to be assessed and determined by
the Service Provider;
c) This warranty will not apply to any product or part thereof which is worn
or broken or which has become inoperative due to abuse, misuse,
accidental damage, neglect or lack of proper installation, operation or
maintenance (as outlined in the applicable owner’s manual or operating
instructions);
d) This warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear or to expendable
parts or accessories (including drill bits and saw blades) that may be
supplied with the product that by their nature have a limited life span
and are expected to become inoperative or unusable after a reasonable
period of use;
e) This warranty will not apply to routine maintenance and consumable
items such as, but not limited to, driver blades, bumpers, pistons, piston
rings, rubber o-rings, tune-ups or adjustments;
f) This warranty excludes the following components that may accompany
your product:
(1) The carrying case, which is only for a period of 1-year from the date of
original retail purchase against defects in workmanship and materials.
(2) Accessories, including drill bits and saw blades, which do not carry a
warranty of any kind.
g) This warranty will not apply where damage is caused by repairs made or
attempted by others (i.e. persons not authorized by the manufacturer),
and any such unauthorized repairs or attempted repairs shall void this
warranty in its entirety;
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h) This warranty will not apply to any parts other than original parts,
except to the extent that the retailer or manufacturer or persons
authorized by either of them have repaired or replaced them;
i) This warranty will not apply to any product that was sold to the original
purchaser as a reconditioned or refurbished product (unless otherwise
specified in writing);
j) This warranty will not apply to any product or part thereof if any part
from another manufacturer is installed therein or any repairs or
alterations have been made or attempted by unauthorized persons;
k) This warranty will not apply to normal deterioration of the exterior finish,
such as, but not limited to, scratches, dents, paint chips, or to any
corrosion or discolouring by heat, abrasive and chemical cleaners; and
l) This warranty will not apply to component parts sold by and identified as
the product of another company, which shall be covered under that
product manufacturer’s warranty, if any;
m) Any products replaced by the retailer in attempt to fulfill warranty
obligations is subject to the original product warranty conditions and
related time period as initiated by the original date of purchase; if
product is purchased in Quebec, the warranty term will be extended for
a period equal to the time during which the Quebec retailer possesses
the product in attempt to fulfill warranty obligations; replaced product
will not default to new product warranty conditions; and
n) The retailer and manufacturer’s sole obligation and the purchaser’s sole
remedy under this warranty shall be as set out herein. The warranties
contained herein are not transferable and are given only to the purchaser.
FURTHER, THE WARRANTIES SET OUT HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR
STATUTORY (INCLUDING SUCH AS ARISE UNDER THE SALE OF GOODS
ACT OR THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS ACT), ARISING OUT OF A
COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING,
SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR
CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, MERCHANTABLE QUALITY, FITNESS
OR ADEQUACY FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, AND ALL OTHER
SUCH WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED BY THE RETAILER
AND MANUFACTURER.
Additional Limitations
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and may not be
transferred.
This warranty applies for a period of 5 years from the date of original
retail purchase, as indicated on the bill of sale.
Neither the retailer, Maximum Canada, nor the manufacturer shall be liable
for any other expense, loss or damage, including, without limitation, any
indirect, incidental, consequential or exemplarydamages arising in
connection with the sale, use or inability to use this product.
Under no circumstances shall the retailer, Maximum Canada, or
manufacturer be liable to the purchaser for any claim for (a) indirect,
special, punitive, incidental, exemplary, or consequential damages, (b)
compensation for loss of profits, anticipated revenue, savings or goodwill,
or other economic loss of the purchaser, (c) exemplary, aggravated or
punitive damages howsoever incurred, (d) contribution or set-off in respect
of any claims against the purchaser, (e) any damages whatsoever relating
to third party products or services or the purchaser’s materials, or (f) any
damages whatsoever relating to interruption, delays, errors or omissions;
in each case under any theory of law or equity, arising out of or in any way
related to this warranty, even if advised of the possibility thereof.
Notwithstanding any provision herein or entitlement of the purchaser at
law, in equity or otherwise, in no event shall the liability of the retailer or
manufacturer under this warranty, whether in contract, tort, product
liability or otherwise, exceed, in the aggregate, the amount paid by the
purchaserto the retailer for the product to which this warranty applies.
*Notice to Consumer
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights,
which may vary from province to province. The provisions contained in this
warranty are not intended to limit, modify, take away from, disclaim or
exclude any statutory warranties set forth in any applicable provincial or
federal legislation.
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In addition to the 5-Year Limited Warranty, this MAXIMUM product is
covered by our:
1-Year Repair Warranty
Maximum Canada will maintain this product and replace critical parts
which have worn beyond reasonable use through normal use of such
product, any time during the first year after purchase.
The following are excluded from this 1-Year Repair Warranty:
a)Missing or damaged parts or components that are a result of abuse
or misuse;
b)Any wear and tear to non-critical parts or accessories that do not
affect the core function of the product.
90-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
If you are not completely satisfied with the performance of your
MAXIMUM product for any reason, you can return it within 90 days
from the date of purchase with proof of purchase for exchange or a
full refund.
Made in China,
Imported by
MAXIMUM Canada Toronto, Canada M4S 2B8
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