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Led Light; Changing The Battery; Specifications - Craftsman 142.18803 Operation Manual

Magnesium finish nailer 16 gauge straight finish nailer
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Adjustable
Exhaust
Dust Cap
Deflector
Male Coupling
Selectable
Trigger
S
E
Hook
Tool-free Depth Adjustment
(See Figure 9)
LED Light
No-Mar Tip Storage
(Reverse Side of Tool)
Quick Jam Clearance
-_
Contact Trip
No-Mar Tip
_-I
FEATURES
Tool-free
Depth Adjustment
LED Light
Quick Jam Clearance
No-Mar Contact
Trip Pad
Reversible
Belt Hook with
Wrench storage
Selectable
Trigger
BENEFITS
1. Tool free design for user friendly
adjustment.
2. Control for precise countersinking.
Offers clearer view in darker areas.
Tool free mechanism
for quick jam
clearance
from tool nose.
Prevents
making marks on the
workpiece.
Provides
convenient
tool carrying.
Trigger has two operation settings:
1. Single trigger pull firing.
2. Continuous
contact trip firing.
1. Adjust the exhaust in many directions.
Adjustable
Exhaust
Deflector
2. Directs air away from the user during
operation.
SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity .........................................................
110 Nails
Nail Size .......................................................
16 Gauge
Nail Lengths .............................................
3/4" to 2-1/2"
Operating Pressure ....................................
70-120 PSi
Air inlet .........................................................
1/4" N.P.T,
Tool Length ...........................................................
11.7"
Tool Height ............................................................
11,6"
Tool Width ..................................................................
3"
Tool Weight ........................................................
3.4 Ibs
Pusher Release Latch
Tool Noseplate
LED LIGHT
Requires CR2023 battery (supplied)
15 minute automatic shut-off to conserve battery
power in case light is not turned off after tool use.
CHANGING THE BATTERY
See Figure 1 & 2
Open the tool noseplate.
Loosen the four screws and remove the battery
cover. (See Figure 1).
Use small screwdriver or other blunt instrument
to push battery up and out of receptacle. (See
Figure 2).
Insert new battery into receptacle. Positive side
will face the battery cover.
Replace battery cover. Tighten four screws to
secure cover in place.
Close tool noseplate.
Figure 1
Figure 2

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