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Fix Number FIX10112220
Manufacturer Part Number 890725This is a manufacturer approved urethane retainer that is sold individually. The retainer secures the pins in the nailer and are known to deteriorate with use. A damaged retainer can become loose and fall off the pin in which they are retaining. This is a part that should be checked regularly.
Fix Number FIX10111278
Manufacturer Part Number 883848This O-ring is sold individually and sourced directly from the original manufacturer. This O-ring is located on trigger plunger, creating a seal to the trigger valve. It is expected that this rubber O-ring will harden and crack over time and will need to be replaced. If the O-ring is damaged it will cause air to leak from the trigger assembly and therefore prevent it from functioning as it should.
Fix Number FIX10115005
Manufacturer Part Number A00104This is an O-ring for a nailer. It is sold individually and is made of a clear rubber material. This O-ring sits between the HD, valve piston and gasket head, which can be accessed by removing the housing cap. O-rings are designed to contain a large amount of pressure by creating a seal between parts. This part is prone to wear over time and will need to be replaced if damaged.
Fix Number FIX10111505
Manufacturer Part Number 884443This is a protective cover, which protects the air inlet coupler. This OEM part is sold independently. It is needed to keep dust and debris from making its way inside the nailer or stapler and contaminating the parts inside the tool. The cover should be in place over the coupling when the tool is not in use. These covers can start to break down over time, and will need to be replaced to ensure your tool is properly protected.
Fix Number FIX10112882
Manufacturer Part Number 894734This part includes one metal OEM piston ring, used in nailers and staplers. It attaches to the top of the piston/connecting rod. It creates a seal in the cylinder, which helps to build pressure. A damaged piston ring will allow air to leak, resulting in a weak drive on the nail. Over time, the piston ring may start to deteriorate and will need to be replaced. For this repair, remove the top cap of the nail gun and push up on the driver to remove the piston from the nail gun.
Fix Number FIX10113168
Manufacturer Part Number 897359This part includes one authentically made black rubber retaining ring for a nailer. This retaining ring may be used in several different areas of the tool, depending on the model. In general, retaining rings are used to position a pin in place (pin sold separately).
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 FIX10112894
Manufacturer Part Number 894746This is a rubber O-ring for a nailer/stapler. This authentic OEM part is sold individually. O-rings are designed to create a tight seal between components. O-rings are common wear parts that require regular maintenance and need to be replaced if they are cracked, flattened, rough to the touch, or have stretched. O-rings that are damaged will hinder the performance of the tool due to air leakage and will need to be replaced as soon as this happens.