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Complete O-Ring Kit
$7.66
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Fix Number
FIX10243441
Manufacturer Part Number
SKN03700AV
Complete O-Ring Kit
$5.52
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Fix Number
FIX10243437
Manufacturer Part Number
SKN03200AV
Complete O-Ring Kit
$28.93
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Fix Number
FIX10243500
Manufacturer Part Number
SKN10500AV
Pusher Assembly
$45.18
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Fix Number
FIX10243457
Manufacturer Part Number
SKN06100AV
This authentic OEM part has been sourced directly from Campbell Hausfeld. If your nail gun is skipping or misfiring, or is your nail gun cycles but no nails are coming out, then you might have a problem with the pusher assembly. This assembly is what pushes the nails along the magazine until they are fired. This pusher assembly kit includes everything you will need to properly install a new pusher mechanism into your nail gun.
Complete O-Ring Kit
$21.97
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Fix Number
FIX10243486
Manufacturer Part Number
SKN09100AV
Driver Kit
$65.66
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Fix Number
FIX10243459
Manufacturer Part Number
SKN06300AV
This is a genuine OEM part that has been sourced directly from Campbell Hausfeld. The driver is the part of your nail gun that forces the nail out of the gun into whatever surface you are nailing. Without a driver that is functioning properly your nail gun will not work. If you pull the trigger and nothing happens it could be a simple as a jammed nail in the driver assembly. However it is possible you have a bigger issue with your driver, it could be cracked, bent, worn out, or the end of the driver might have broken off. If this is the case you?ll need to replace your driver. One sign to look for is if the driver is no longer extending out past the end of the nailer. This kit comes with all of the parts you will need to replace the piston and driver in your nail gun.

Installation Instructions

kelly from ROSEBURG, OR
The spring of the pusher assembly split lengthwise and curled up interfering with the nail feeding process.
1. I removed the magazine from the gun (3 allen-head machine screws at the front of the magazine, and 1 on the bottom).
2. The machine screw that mounts the pusher assembly requires a slender phillips with a 5/16" socket to hold the nut. I let the pusher be as far forward as it could be while still having access to the screw. The spring wants to roll up when you remove it, so remove the nut from the screw then tip the screw out of the hole keeping the screwdriver engaged in the screw head. Pay attention to the positions of the washers (I believe one goes on either side of the spring itself, and one under the nut).
3. Once the screw is out of the hole, relax the pusher against the screwdriver and slide the whole assembly forward out of the magazine.
4. Assembly is just the reverse of disassembly. I found it helpful to have my son operate the screwdriver while I controlled the pusher with one hand and held the magazine with the other. We put the screw onto the screwdriver and then fed it through the spring and into the mount hole (having placed the washers on it in the original sequence). Then my son simply held it in place while putting the washer and nut back onto it.
5. Finish by remounting the magazine onto the gun with the original hardware.
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