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Old 02-05-2012, 11:25 AM   #1
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paslode finish nailer-- gas operated


I fire first nail, then won't fire again unless i take out battery and reinsert battery, fires again then won't until I take out battery and reinsert battery each time. Can anyone help? Can't find any places that repair them.


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Old 02-05-2012, 11:30 AM   #2
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Try cleaning the battery contacts with a pencil eraser and some rubbing alcohol.
Any city will have several tool repair centers. If there a Lowes or Home Depot near by they will also send them out for you. There going to charge you $35.00 as a deposit just to send it out even if it's new. They credit you whan you pay for the tool repair.

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or check the paslode website for a listing of the closest service center
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If you still have the manuel there listed in there also.
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Thanks Joe I'll give it a try.
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I have the 16 Gauge Cordless nailer and I almost gave up using it because I had to continuously eject and insert the battery. It was bought about 2 years ago and I've barely used it. I finally really looked at the battery and noticed the black cap of the battery with the locking clip was starting to become a little loose. I think the male clip was not securing the battery to make good contact. I removed the cover and re-installed it with a good quality plastic glue and it finally works! I completed 5 rooms of crown molding this week and it ran perfectly. Hope this helps

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