central pneumatic contractor series 28 degree framing nailer manual

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central pneumatic contractor series 28 degree framing nailer manual

Due to continuing improvements, actual product may differ slightly Tools required for assembly and service may not be included. No portion of this manual or any artwork contained Diagrams within this manual may not be drawn proportionally. Due to continuing improvements, actual product may differ slightly from the product described herein. NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury. CAUTION, without. A dust mask, non-skid safety shoes and a hard hat must SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353.Wear heavy-duty work gloves during use. Wear a full face shield if you are producing metal filings or wood chips. There is a risk of bursting if the tool is damaged. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Use only accessories that are identified by the manufacturer for the specific tool model. WARNING marking concerning Risk of Explosion. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Specific Safety Instructions The warnings and precautions dis- cussed in this manual cannot cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Note: Residual air pressure should not be present after the tool is disconnected from the air supply. Make sure the tool is disconnected from its air supply. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Completely empty the Magazine (71) of Nails. The Nailer should not fire if the Nose Safety Guide (42) is not depressed against the workpiece. Attach the Nailer to the air supply at the Air Plug (83). Start your compressor and check the pressure, making sure you do not exceed the maximum 120 PSI. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Remove the Screw (35) from each side of the Magazine. (One on each Magazine side.) Remove the two. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353.

Inspect the air supply screen located in the End Cap (82) before each use. Follow all safety precautions whenever diagnosing or servicing the tool. Disconnect air supply before service. SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Troubleshooting Possible Solution attempting to fire a nail. REV 09g SKU 98917 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Page 15. No portion of this Do not modify this tool, and do not use this tool for a purpose for which it was not intended.Do not use the tool if the trigger does not operate properly. SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 3. Do not fire nails too close to the edge of a workpiece. They may split the workpiece and fly free, causing personal injury. SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 4. The tool should not cycle (fire). If the tool cycles (fires), stop immediately and have it repaired by a qualified service technician.TRIGGER INSERT NAIL (58) HERE MAGAZINE (73) FEEDER SHOE (71) NOSE (40) SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 7. Slide the Magazine (73) back, off of the Nose (40). After clearing the jammed Nail, re-assemble in reverse order. MAGAZINE (73) MAGAZINE (73) SCREW (35) (76) NOSE (40) SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 9. CAUTION: All maintenance, service, or repairs not listed in this manual are only to be attempted by a qualified service technician. SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 10. Other problems. 1. Have a qualified service technician check out the tool. SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 11. SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 12. NOTE: Some parts are listed and shown for illustration purposes only, and are not available individually as replacement parts. SKU 93760 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353 PAGE 13.

If you want NextDay, we can save the other items for later. Order by, and we can deliver your NextDay items by. You won’t get NextDay delivery on this order because your cart contains item(s) that aren’t “NextDay eligible”. In your cart, save the other item(s) for later in order to get NextDay delivery. Oops! There was a problem with saving your item(s) for later. You can go to cart and save for later there.An ideal framing nailer for construction and remodeling. Ask a question Ask a question If you would like to share feedback with us about pricing, delivery or other customer service issues, please contact customer service directly. So if you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we'll match it. See more details at Online Price Match.All Rights Reserved. To ensure we are able to help you as best we can, please include your reference number: Feedback Thank you for signing up. You will receive an email shortly at: Here at Walmart.com, we are committed to protecting your privacy. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason. If you need immediate assistance, please contact Customer Care. Thank you Your feedback helps us make Walmart shopping better for millions of customers. OK Thank you! Your feedback helps us make Walmart shopping better for millions of customers. Sorry. We’re having technical issues, but we’ll be back in a flash. Done. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. If so, you're not alone. Over time, wear and tear will take its toll on any air tool, regardless of the brand. The best way to prevent an issue on the job, practice preventative maintenance. Keeping pneumatic tools properly lubricated with air tool oil, as well as cleaning them regularly will help prevent wear. Storing tools in plastic helps to keep dust and other elements out - especially when sitting for extended periods of time.

However, once you engage the trigger, the valve looses its seal, therefore creating a gap for the escaping air you hear coming from your air compressor, as it flows into the tool. This should take care of the issue - helping your air tool run properly.Take your tool to a certified repair technician or complete any necessary adjustments yourself, before using the tool again. Failure to take the necessary preventative measures can result in injury, or can lead to further damaging of your tool. An under-powered compressor can also lead to misfire or weak firing of your pneumatic nailer. We purchased a stapler from you in 2011, so I need to repair or replace now. Thanks for contacting Nail Gun Depot! It started very light and it got worse and I was working till I had to get another gun hooked up and going. I was wondering why ?? We'd suggest having the tool evaluated by an authorized repair center. We suggest contacting the manufacturer. Sorry we couldn't help more this time. Is there another substitute part that might work. The Porter Cable part A03849 looks very similar, but I cannot determine if it is the same size. If you're interested in a new gun or fasteners, please keep us in mind! It's hard to diagnose air leaks without seeing the tool, as there could be several possible sources for the problem. Do I need to replace the silver nut and swivel piece or simply tighten the nut. Or is there possibly another issue there? Without seeing the tool, it's hard to diagnose. We recommend taking the tool to an authorized service center for further troubleshooting. Every nail gun is built differently depending on brand and model, which makes it hard to diagnose a particular tool without seeing it. These tips are to help get you started, but we always recommend taking your tool to an authorized service center for troubleshooting. Does it have to do with the trigger assembly?

We recommend taking the tool to a local service center, or shipping it to our location for a technician to diagnose. Please contact Customer Service if you prefer to send it to us. Master no longer supplies replacement parts. I have the parts list but am unable to match up the replacement orings. Can you help? We don't typically get into parts, unless the tool was purchased through us, but we may have something comparable available. When I first pull the tigger air runs out of the vent at the back of the gun where the air connection is. I could use a little help. Is it just just seals or do I have a bigger problem. This staple gun isn't even a year old and should not have this problem. Based on the tool's age, we'd suggest taking it to an authorized service center to confirm it's nothing more serious. If the tool is under one-year old, it should still have a manufacturer's warranty on non-wearable parts (unfortunately o-rings are considered wearable). Please let us know if we can further assist. I freed the jam and debris and then found the following: When TRIGGER PULL: Piston drives full stroke and then: 1) does not retract, 2) big constant air discharge out the top port Additional trigger pulls do nothing. In some cases, the feed piston is mid-stroke. All parts move freely and no visible bad O-rings.Unfortunately, parts for your tool are almost impossible to locate. To answer your question though, when you pull and hold the trigger, it resets. We'd suggest replacing with a new tool. Please let us know if we can help in any other way. I will exchange for another. Leaking air from the trigger. Please let us know if you need any fasteners for your new nailer. We'd be happy to help! Tried to use it today, but it leaked air each time I pulled the trigger. I would like to tried your solution you suggest above in the article. Can you point to some specific step by step instructions. I would like to try this before I tear the nailer down.

But, once you reach it, you should be able to pinch the O-Ring with your fingers to stretch and apply grease. While we don't offer specific step-by-step instructions here, our Service Manager indicated there are several videos floating around online that may help. You can also contact the manufacturer at 800-543-4596. Air leaks when attached to the compressor. When the trigger is pulled the leak increases. Gun does not discharge. The tool really needs to be looked at by an authorized service center to properly diagnose though. Can I use a liquid gasket to make the seal? We don't sell Porter Cable, but you may be able to source a new old stock part for your tool online. There are also several budget friendly tools on our site, so it may be more cost efficient to simply upgrade to a new tool. I replaced all O rings and it worked fine for a day.The next day it no longer worked, I re-cleaned, checked everything but this time it did not work. I have also replaced the CF0015 exhaust valve and BB0186 exhaust firing valve assembly and new O rings. I have also replaced CA0087 Lower Remote Assembly Kit. However, the unit still does not work and blows air out of the top air vents. Do you have any suggestions or solutions? If there is an air leak out the cap and out of the nose, you should replace the sleeve seals. Also, while unhooked to air, remove the exhaust deflector. Make sure there are no cracks in the cap. Cincinnati, OH 45240 Cincinnati, OH 45240. It sounds like you have an exhaust valve that is plugged in the head - my suggestion would be to take it apart, clean it, replace any damaged O-rings with generic ones, and regrease it. Porter cable parts are very close match to your gun. Good luck If you can't find parts at HF, find a local professional fastener store that deals in air nailers and ask them to match-up a seal (get close). These seals are common to nailers and most framers have a similar size cylinder. If a bit small, heat gun will make it stretch a bit.

I am a heavy duty tinker-er with a small lathe. The first seal that I constructed was made using a piece of dental Mouthguard material. Mouthguard material comes in different thickness.Remove cylinder and place in vice or stable place. Place disc of material centered on top of cyl and apply hot air until it softens and shape material down to form seal (use headvalve to shape top of seal by pressing valve on top of seal while still hot, spray silicone on any tools to prevent them from sticking to the hot material). Allow material to cool then cut out center with hot exacto knife. Your new seal can be removed then re-installed on the cylinder using RTV sealant. Good luck 1-800-444-3353 Login to post Can anyone tell me where to find a parts list for this. They sell parts for their current models. Easy to check. Go to their web site and try to locate your model number. If found, look at the lower part of the page for link to manual and parts list including 800 number. If your model is no longer available at harbor freight, web site, ask the manager if they have returned nailers that you can use for parts. (they get a lot of tools back) If still no joy, post again with the parts that you need, maybe I can suggest an alternative. Good luckNeed a top gasket and a plastick cylinder ring. Help! Porter cable parts are very close match to your gun. Good luckHopefully they can get you what you need. If not unfortunatly that nailer will be a throw-away. If you need to replace this nailer I would recommend spending the extra money and buying a name brand nailer like Porter-Cable or Bostitch, besides both being reputable brands, they offer factory service, parts and rebuild kits for their nailers. The Cylinder Seal is crumbling Not jammed Answer questions, earn points and help others.

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Location: 1403 Railroad Ave., Prentice, WI 54556 Driving Directions: From the intersection of US Hwy. 8 and Cty. Rd. A (Railroad Avenue) head south approx. 4 blocks to Bennett Auction Service facility.If you have a question or concern that is not addressed here, please call Adam directly at 715-657-0078.It's ultimately the Bidder's responsibility to assess condition, age, authenticity, value and other determinative factors and to know what they are bidding on.Since we don't own the merchandise we sell, we cannot offer returns. All property is sold as is, and all sales are final. If you cannot make pick up day and your items are not shippable, please call to see if we can accommodate another time or date BEFORE you bid. If we need to move your purchases off site to either ship them or hold them for a later pick up, we may charge a reasonable fee for those services. One report may be all you need. For your consideration, an operator's manual for the Central pneumatic air nailer stapler, model 40116. Minor wear from normal use. A great resource for the owner of this tool.Please ask any and all questions, and check out my other listings for more strange and beautiful pieces. Thanks for looking! Folded in half in package.You are the light of the world. It says that it only accepts 28 degree, paper collated cartridges. Now I want to use it to build a fence. I've trying to buy nails for this gun, but have had no luck. The closest I can find is the 28 degree, paper collated nails from Harbor Freight. But those are not hot dip galvanized that you need for treated lumber. My local Lowes has wire weld 28 degree thick coat galvanized nails. I'm thinking if I can use those regardless of the red letters on the nail gun that say I shouldn't. There is this central pneumatic nailer which looks exactly like the one I have, and it accepts wire weld nails. That's why I think it may not be so bad if I use wire weld nails on my nailer.

So my questions, is what I'm contemplating of doing dangerous. What's the worst that can happen if I do it?It's been a long time since I've talked to them but they have been helpful in the past.I called HF. The technician told me that if I use wire weld nails, the only problem I have will be jamming occasionally. So I guess I will go with wire-weld nails.Make sure the box says they are approved for use on ACQ. Older ones weren't. Newer ones may be.Do you mean thick coat is still not good enough for ACQ, and it has to be hot dipped? Make sure the box says they are approved for use on ACQ. Older ones weren't. Newer ones may be. I'm very surprised that I can't find that info on their products at their website. Most places push that fact. You'll just have to check the box.I just bought two boxes of the Bostitch nails. So this gives me the peace of mind.Of course that's assuming you are using ACQ.Just a warm and fuzzy feeling.The Thickcoat Galvanized are approved for ACQ.The part about the nails being cut only applies to the galv finish nails I believe.I DID find that.lol.Now one problem solved, another emerged. My central pneumatic nailer leaks from exhaust, and it stops leaking when I pull the trigger and press the nose against something. What's wrong with it?You can buy the kits and do it yourself. Make sure your air pressure is set no more than 90 lbs.You can buy the kits and do it yourself. Make sure your air pressure is set no more than 90 lbs.If not you should be able to take the o-rings out and match them up.I took it apart and greased here and there and then put it together. Then it started to work just fine. So I'm all set to shoot some nails.It only takes a few drops but those few drops are important.I shot a few nails today. It looks to me that once I unplugged the compressor, the air pressure dropped very quickly when I started to use the nail gun. Mine is 21 gallon, I got it to 100 psi, then unplug it and drag it to work site.

I had hoped that it will last for may be a few hundred nails. But the pressure dropped to about 60 psi after about 30 nails. It is true that the air connectors leaked a little. But it looked to me that even if the connectors were tight, it still couldn't last much longer. I will buy an extension cord tomorrow and have it plugged when I work. And also I will buy some teflon tape and hope they will stop the leak. Or are there better ways to do this?I can probably do 20 or so from my finish nailer before my comp kicks on. Not as big a tank as yers.but its set at 125 pressure with 100 regulated output. As was said.get a big honking cord, 12 ga if you can find it, if the power is very far from your work area. Or it might be cheaper to buy extra hose if feasible.After always borrowing from friends, I'm trying to pick out a fram.I went to use it about a month ago and it just would not run. Whenever I switch it on it sounds like the electric motor is straining and trying to run but it doesn?t do anything except make the sound like its trying to turn. It does this for about 5 seconds and then the breaker cuts out. I know the circuit in our house is not a problem because we used the compressor for about 5 years on it. I need to get this thing fixed because I have alot of work to do on my car. Does anyone know what I can do to fix this compressor? Thanks I checked with Sears and they haven?t got a replacement because it is too old. I think the tip is nickel plated. I can?t tell what the metal is on the new replacement tips because the whole tip is nickel plated. My question is does anyone have experience or knowledge at adapting the new tips to an old gun like mine. If my voltage output is the same as the new ones in the 230W selection, my gun should be providing about 230W. Correct? I can't measure that voltage without getting hands on a new gun. Any commentary here would be appreciated. We welcome your comments andAll rights reserved.

You may freely linkView our Privacy Policy here. All rights reserved. No portion of this manual or any artwork contained herein may be reproduced in any shape or form without the express written consent of Harbor Freight Tools. Diagrams within this manual may not be drawn proportionally. Due to continuing improvements, actual product may differ slightly from the product described herein. Tools required for assembly and service may not be included. For technical questions or replacement parts, please call 1-800-444-3353. Revised manual 08j Next Maximum Air Pressure 125 PSI. Nail Type Approx. 10. Page 3 6. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry as they can be caught in movingWARNING! Even though the nailer should be empty during this procedure, ALWAYSWarning! Disconnect the Nailer from the air compressor whenever loading.Note: The Nailer may not work if there are only 2 or 3 nails left-see Note on page. Page 9 Anytime any maintenance or repairs are done (including clearing jams), FIRST:Page 10 TROUBLESHOOTINGPage 12 ASSEMBLY DRAWING. SKU 97510 Page 12Harbor Freight Tools Co. We will accomplish this by constantly measuring our quality, understanding our customers needs, offering higher margin customized packaging and delivering on our commitments. No excuses.