DeWALT Nailer Parts
Start With Your Model Number
Popular DeWALT Nailer Parts
Fix Number FIX10171452
Manufacturer Part Number 391814-00This is a genuinely sourced grommet for a stapler or nailer. Its function is to secure the hinge pins, which allow multiple parts of your nail gun to pivot. Over time, the grommet can become hard and break. When it breaks, the hinge can come loose and can get lost easily. To install this part, simply push it onto the end of the pin with your fingers.
Fix Number FIX12689527
Manufacturer Part Number N566148Sourced directly from the manufacturer, this trigger valve assembly is for nailers. It controls the amount of compressed air that goes through the trigger to the nailer. This part includes a new valve and O-rings. Replacing this part will usually resolve issues involving loss of air or a stuck trigger valve.
Fix Number FIX10171499
Manufacturer Part Number 392243-00This part includes one band for a nailer. It is sourced right from the original manufacturer, to ensure the highest quality replacement part. The band is part of the return system for the driver. Your tool will have two of these bands, however they are sold separately. It is common for the band to stretch or wear over time and require replacing. It is recommended to replace both the bands at the same time.
Fix Number FIX10181226
Manufacturer Part Number 608611-00This part includes one original manufacturer O-ring for a nailer. It measures approximately 1.859 by 0.139. O-rings are designed to contain thousands of PSI pressure by forming a seal between components. O-rings should be inspected on a regular schedule. You will want to look for signs of extrusion, nibbling, abrasion, over-compression, heat hardening, and cracking. If any of these signs are present, you will need to replace the O-ring to ensure the tool is working efficiently.
Fix Number FIX10246998
Manufacturer Part Number 180450-SThis is a manufacturer-approved replacement head valve and is sold independently. It controls the amount of air that enters the cylinder when the trigger is initiated. This action creates an imbalance in pressure between the cylinder and the air reservoir, allowing the head valve to open, firing the piston. The head valve can harden and crack and the valve body itself can break too. This will usually become obvious because air will leak from the gun exhaust. To access this part for the repair, you will need to remove the top cap from the nail gun.
Fix Number FIX10189049
Manufacturer Part Number N268241This OEM belt hook makes it possible for drills and drill drivers to attach to a regular belt or tool belt. It attaches to the bottom of the handle assembly and makes it convenient to access your tool when it is not in use. This part includes the belt hook and screw needed to attach it.
Fix Number FIX10246996
Manufacturer Part Number 180448This is an OEM replacement O-ring for a nailer, sold individually. This O-ring is what seals the cylinder to the housing of the gun and creates separation between the upper and lower air chambers. Due to its rubber material, over time, it can wear. For this repair you will need to remove the cap, disassemble the head valve, remove the spring, and remove the old O-ring. Apply some lubrication to the new O-ring and place it on the valve.