HI,I just bought a Senco Air stapler, SLS25XP. I tried it this
afternoon and noticed that every few staples (for exmaple, around 20),
the nose will not spring back to its normal position. So I need to
wait a little or may be click the trigger once and it will then bounce
back to the normal position and then I can continue shoot the staples.
This happens consistently.
I don't see my other air nailers have this kind issue. Is this a
problem of the stapler or is it normal?
Thanks very much,
I have three of their nailers and have had problems with all of them.
Actually had the big strip nailer go off when I was trying to clear a jam
andturned it inverted and the spring on the trigger had come off and the
trigger fell in, presto, 3 1/2" spiral right through my hand. Senco took
the guns back in for service and seemed really concerned about taking care
of the problems I had with them. Seven weeks later, the guns arrived at my
front door, postage paid and had apparently not even been looked at. I now
try to service them myself, and will never buy one of their nailers again.
I don't think the problems were extremely major with regards to my nailers
and I like the Senco product, but the company that brings them into Canada
is really lacking in customer service and quality of service and repair and
fell down on the job IMHO.
Just my two cents worth
Blair, I don't want you working anywhere near me. If you can't be bothered
to disconnect the energy source before working on the tool you deserve what
you get. Usually guys like you injure some innocent bystander.
I hope if you have kids to keep them away from you while you are "working".
Eric, I've got 2 Senco nailer's and never had a problem. Are you running
low on air with your stapler? Have you tried a little oil on the blade?
There's my 2 cents.
Gotta plug Hitachi AND Makita here. They are both great tools!!!! But
I am running 5 Senco guns and never had a problem with any of them so
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