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  • Air Nailer
    Air leak near top of tool or in trigger area 1.O-ring in trigger valve are damage.
    2.Trigger valve head are damage.
    3.Trigger valve stem ,seal or O-ring are damaged.
    1.Check and replace O-ring.
    2.Check and replace.
    3.Check and replace trigger6 valve stem, seal or O-ring
    Air leak near bottom of tool 1. Loose screws.
    2. Worn or damaged O-rings or bumper.
    1.Tighten screws.
    2.Check and replace O-rings or bumper.
    Air leak between body and cylinder cap. 1. Loose screws.
    2. Worn or damaged O-rings or seals.
    1.Tighten screw.
    2.Check and replace O-rings or bumper.
    Blade driving fastener too deep. 1. Worn bumper.
    2. Air pressure is too high.
    1.Replace bumper.
    2.Adjust the air pressure.
    Tool does not operate well: can not drive fastener or operate sluggishly. 1. Inadequate air supply.
    2. Inadequate lubrication.
    3. Worn or damaged O-rings or seals.
    4.Exhaust port in cylinder head is blocked.
    1.Verify adequate air supply.
    2.Place 2 or 6 drops of oil into air inlet.
    3.Check and replace O-rings or seal.
    4.Replace damaged internal parts.
    Tool skips fasteners. 1.Worn bumper or damaged spring.
    2.Dirt in front plate.
    3.Dirt or damage prevents fasteners from moving freely in magazine.
    4.Worn or dry O-ring on piston or lack of lubrication.
    5.Cylinder cover seal leaking.
    1.Repalce bumper or pusher spring.
    2.Clean drive channel on front plate.
    3.Magazine needs to be cleaned.
    4.O-ring need to be replaced.And lubricate.
    5.Replace Sealing washer.
    Tool jams. 1.Incorrect or damaged fasteners.
    2.Damaged or worn driver guide.
    3.Magazine or nose screw loose.
    4.Magazine is dirty.
    1.Change and use correct fastener.
    2.Check and replace the driver.
    3.Tighten the magazine.
    4.Clean the magazine.
  • Air Spray Gun
    Symptom Problems SOLUTIONS
    1. Material level tool low.
    2. Container tipped too far.
    3. Loose fluid inlet connection.
    4. Loose or damaged fluid tip/seat.
    5. Dry or loose fluid needle packing nut.
    6. Air vent clogged
    1. Add material into container.
    2. Hold more upright.
    3. Tighten.
    4. Adjust or replace.
    5. Lubricate and or tighten.
    6. Clear vent hole.
    1. Worn or loose Fluid nozzle.
    2. Material build up on Air cap.
    1. Tighten or replace Fluid nozzle.
    2. Remove obstructions from holes, but don’t use metal objects to clean it.
    1. Material build up on Air cap.
    2. Fluid nozzle dirty or worn.
    1. Clean or replace Air cap.
    2. Clean or replace Fluid nozzle.
    1. Material too thin or not enough.
    2. Atomization air pressure too high.
    1. Regulate material viscosity.
    2. Reduce air pressure.
    1. Material too thick.
    2. Atomization air pressure too low.
    1. Regulate material viscosity.
    2. Increase air pressure.
    Air leaking from air cap without pulling trigger 1. Sticking air valve stem
    2. Contaminate on air valve or seat
    3. Worn or damaged air valve or seat
    4. Broken air valve spring
    5. Bent valve stem
    1. Lubricate
    2. Clean
    3. Replace
    4. Replace
    5. Replace
    Fluid leaking from packing nut 1. Packing nut loose
    2. Packing worn or dry
    1. Tighten, but do not restrict needle
    2. Replace or lubricate (non-silicone oil)
    Excessive overspray 1. Too high atomization pressure
    2. Too far from work surface
    3. Improper stroking (arcing, gun motion too fast)
    1. Reduce pressure
    2. Adjust to proper distance
    3. Move at moderate pace, parallel to surface.
    Will not spray 1. No pressure at gun
    2. Fluid control not open enough
    3. Fluid too heavy
    1. Check air lines
    2. Open fluid control
    3. Thin fluid or change to pressure feed system.
  • Air Tools
    Tool runs at normal speed but loses speed under load Motor parts worn.
    Rotor Blade worn or sticking due to lack of lubricant.
    Lubricate air tool.
    Note: if the air tool is used for extended periods it is advisable to lubricate regularly.
    Tool runs slowly. Air flows slightly from exhaust Motor parts jammed with dirt particles
    Air regulator in closed position
    Air flow blocked by dirt.
    Low air supply.
    Check air inlet filter for blockage.
    Pour air tool lubricating oil into air inlet as per instructions.
    Operate tool in short bursts quickly reversing rotation back and forth where applicable.
    Check for obstructions to the air supply
    Tools will not run. Air flows freely from exhaust One or more motor vanes stuck due to material build up. Pour air tool lubricating tool into air inlet.
    Operate tool in short bursts of forward and/or reverse rotation where applicable.
    Tap motor housing gently with plastic mallet.
    Disconnect supply. Free motor by rotating drive shank manually where applicable
    Tool will not shut off ‘O’rings in the throttle valve dislodged from seat inlet valve. Replace‘O’ring.
    Note: Repairs should be carried out by a qualified person.