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Craftsman 18178 - Full Head Framing Nailer Operator's Manual

2-31/2" length full head angle framing nailer.
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Operator's Manual
2-31/2 " Length
FULL HEAD ANGLE FRAMING NAILER
Model No,
351.181780
CAUTION:
Read and follow
all Safety Rules and Operating
Instructions before First Use
of this Product. Keep this
manual with tool.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.condcraftsman
21066.00 Draft (07/22/03)
• Safety
• Operation
• Maintenance
• Parts List
• Espa_ol

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    Operator's Manual 2-31/2 " Length FULL HEAD ANGLE FRAMING NAILER Model No, 351.181780 CAUTION: • Safety Read and follow • Operation all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions before First Use • Maintenance of this Product. Keep this • Parts List manual with tool.

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    • The tool must have a male, free-flow hose coupling so that all air pressure is removed from the tool when the coupling joint is disconnected. Failure to use proper coupling could Warranty ......... cause accidental discharge, possibly causing injury. Safety Rules ........

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    15 feet is recommended. Lubricator is not required for oilless tools. DESCRIPTION The Craftsman Full Head Framing Nailer drives nailsfrom • Keep air filter clean. A dirty filter will reduce the air pressure to the tool causing a reduction in power and efficiency.

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    NAILING OPERATION • Insert one or two nail strips intothe slot located on the end of the magazine. Feed strig(s) past nail stop (see Figure 2). Refer to Figures 5-11 (pages 4, 5 and 6). WARNING: Read and follow all safety rules and operating Nail Stop instructions in this manual and on warning label of tool before using this tool.

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    CONTACT TRIP PAD STORAGE WARNING: All air power fastening tools recoil when operat- ed. This recoil is caused by rapid driving of the fastener. Tool Pad can be removed and stored on the storage sleeve locat- may bounce from recoil causing a second unwanted fastener ed on the pad bracket of the body.

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    • Press up on latch and open door (see Figure 10). COLD WEATHER OPERATION • Use long nose pliers to remove the jammed fastener. CAUTION: Do not store in cold environment. Frost or ice could form inside tool affecting operation and damaging tool. Close door and insert nail strip.

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    SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) CORRECTIVE ACTION Trigger cap leaks air 1. O-ring damaged 1. Check and replace damaged O-ring (Fig. 12, No. 36 2. Valve stem, seal or O-rings damaged 2. Check and replace damaged stem, seal or O-rings (Fig. 12. Nos. 31,33, 34 and 36) Cap leaks air 1.

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    Model 351.181780 Figure 12 - Replacement Parts Illustration For Framing Nailer _._33 58._...

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    PART NO, DESCRIPTION QTY. PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 05284,00 5-0.8 x 25ram SocketHead Bolt 21083.00 Guide 21069.00 Bushing 17434.00 3 x 30mm Spring Pin 21070.00 Deflector 21084.00 Ram Guide 01097.00 6-1.0 x 35ram SocketHead Bolt 21085.00 Nose STD851006 6ram FlatWasher* 21086.00 Bushing 01760.00...

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    2-31/2" de Iongitud Mantengaa los nit_os, a los visitantesy a toda otra persona a una distanciaprudentedel _rea de trabajo mientras hacefun- CLAVADORA DE ARMADURA cionaresta herramienta. • Losoperadoresde herramientasneumdticasy todaslas DE CABEZA COMPLETA dem&spersonaspresentesen el drea de trabajodeben usar siempre gafas de seguridadque cumplanconlos requisitos de Modelo No.

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    ESPECIFICACIONES • Aleje siempre losdedos del gatillocuandono impulse sujeta- dores. Nunca transporte la herramienta con el dedo en el ga- Capacidad....65 clavos (3'/,"), 70 clavos(2") tillo o debejo de 6ste ya que puede ocurrir una activacibn Didmetrodel clavo..... 0,113 a 0,131" did. accidental y ocasionar lesiones.

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    • Aseg_rese de que todaslas conexiones en el sistemade aire Deslice la banda de clavoshacia la parte frontaldel dep6sito se encuentrenselladaspara evitarla p6rdida de aire. hasta que la banda de clavos quede en la oreja (vf_asela Figura 3). • Nunca conecte un acoplamientode desconexi6nrSpidahem- bra en el lado de conexi6n de la Ifnea de airede la herra- Alojamiento mienta.

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    Realice la "Verificaci6n del Mecanismode Seguridad" tal como AJUSTE DEL DISPARO POR CONTACTO se describe en la secci6nMantenimiento(v_ase la p_gina 15) El disparo por contactopuede ajustarse hacia arribao hacia antes de utilizerla herramientapor primeray luegodiaria- abejo pare variar la profundidad del sujetadoren la pieza de tra- mente.

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    ALMACENAMIENTO DEL SOPORTE DE DISPARO POR CONTACTO El soporte puede extraeree y almacenarse en el bolsillo de alma- cenamiento ubicado en la tapa posterior del dep6sito. La Ilave hexagonal se almacena en el dep6sito (vdase le Figura 8). Llave Hexagonal Soporte Puerta Flgura 8 - Almecenamiento del Soporte de Dlsparo por...

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    • Oprima el gatillo mientras el disparo par contacto estd alejado de la pieza de trabajo y apuntado en direcci6n contraria a usted y a otras personas. La herrsmienta no deberd Consultela Figura 12 (p&gina8). dlsparar. LUBRICACION • Oprima y sostenga el gatillo. Presione el disparo pot contacto contra la plaza de trabajo donde se debe colocar el sujetador, Lubriquela herramientadiariamentecon aceite para herramientas La herramienta deber;_ impulsar solamente an sujetador cada...

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    SINTOMA MEDIDA CORRECTIVA CAUSAS(S) POSIBLE(S) 1, Anillo0 dafiado Se fuga aire per la tapa 1. Revise y cambie el anillo O datlado (Fig. 12, No. 36) del gatillo 2. V_stago de la vdlvula,sello o anillosO 2. Revisey cambie el vdstago,selloo anillos O dai_ados da_ados (Fig.

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