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Paslode im250 II doesnt fire

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by Paul Budd, 8 Sep 2015.

  1. Paul Budd

    Paul Budd

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    Hi guys,
    i have a IM250 II CORDLESS 16 GAUGE FINISH NAILER and the pin that gets pushed in and out when ready to fire doesn't come out when it gets pushed in which means it doesn't fire. The fan works but there is no bang.
    i have cleaned and oiled it twice got new fuel cells and the battery works.
    I hope you can help me!
    Paul
     
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    The "thing that gets pushed in" sounds like the nose piece safety (it's a safety interlock to ensure that the gun won't fire unless the nose is in contact with the workpiece and pressed down) and I'd hazard a guess that it has become dislocated from the trigger switch linkage in some way. This has happened to me on a couple of nailers in the past, normally as a result of them being dropped, and a strip down and reassembly has been necessary to fix them. If the linkage isn't working you won't be able to pull the trigger. Sorry, don't have that gun so I can't be more specific. Also check that your gas has pressure, that it's in date, that the cap on the gas cannister is properly snapped on and that the top of the gas container housing is properly closed
     
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