Item #: 906300
Cordless XP 30 Degree Framing Nailer
- Weighs only 7.2lbs
- Drives 9,000 nails on a fully charged battery
- Drives 1,200 nails on a full fuel cell
- Reduce jams and misfires by using genuine Paslode nails
Item #: 906300
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Proven to withstand wear and tear like no other to keep you productive all day compared to battery only nailers.
Fuel System delivers consistent power to drive nails flush, even into engineered lumber.
The lightest cordless framing nailer on the market, even lighter than pneumatics.
Does Paslode offer tool repair kits?
What if my Paslode Cordless Nailer isn't working?
Does Paslode sell refurbished nailers?
How do I order a part online?
Does Paslode offer a cleaning kit for the Cordless Nailers?
What is included with a new Paslode Cordless nailer?
Where is the serial number located on a Paslode Cordless Nailer?
Do I need to oil my Cordless Nailer?
What should I use to clean my Cordless Nailer?
Can I use something other than Paslode Degreaser Cleaner to clean my nailer?
What type of oil should I use after the nailer has been cleaned?
Which Fuel Cell does my Cordless Nailer use?
Do Fuel Cells have a shelf life?
Will other brands of nails work in my Paslode Nailer?
Can I use other brands of fuel in my Cordless Nailer?
How long does it take to charge a battery?
How many fasteners can be driven with a fully charged battery?
Do I need to do anything special to operate the nailers in cold temperatures?
Are Cordless Nailers affected by altitude?
The nailer fires but no nail is being driven. What causes this?
When I fire the Cordless Nailer it makes a "poof" sound. What is causing that?
How do I remove a jammed nail from a Cordless Framing Nailer?
First remove the fuel, battery and the remaining nails in the magazine. Using the 5/32 hex key, remove the two screws on either side of the work contact. Next grab hold of the work contact with one hand and the bottom of the magazine with the other. Pull the two away from each other and the magazine will separate from the nose. This will allow the jammed nail to fall out. Inspect the driver blade and push it back up into the tool. Install the two nose screws.
For more information, visit the Tools Manuals page and reference your Tool's Operating Manual.
The light on the handle of my Cordless Nailer is flashing red and green. What does that mean?
What does it mean when the lights on the charger flash red and green?