gger action nothing seems to make a difference. Every once and a while it shoots one staple.
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The staples that will work with the TRE300 are the TRC600 series( TRC604T 1/4″ TRC605T 5/16″ TRC606T 3/8″).
Narrow crown staplers are 1/4-inch wide staples and range in length up to 1.5-inch long. They are great at holding across the grain on thin strips like lattice without splitting the wood. Because of their shape, they provide a lot of holding power if you go across the grain.
Jams usually occur when staples get cramped, bent, or wedged in the very top of the gun head. This makes it very difficult or even impossible for the tool to function correctly. So, if you find that your staples aren`t firing properly, your device likely has a blockage.
An excellent rule for choosing the right staple length for your application is to take the thickness of the material your fastening and multiply it by three. So if the material you are fastening is 6mm thick, you should go with a staple length of 18mm.
Standard desktop full strip or half strip staplers usually use a 26/6 sized staple and you`ll usually be able to use any brand of staple with these staplers. For non-standard staplers, like heavy duty and electric staplers, we recommend that you check your stapler instructions before purchase.
A standard 6mm staple. Most manufacturers produce a 26/6 staple and as long as your stapler says it uses 26/6 staples, you can usually use any brand version.
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I have a Stanley TRE300. I just went to use it and it shoots 2 to 4 staples at one time. I’ve tried repositioning, more pressure and quick trigger action nothing seems to make a difference. Every once and a while it shoots one staple.
Had the Northstar 3000 psi Pressure Washer for 2 months and it started leaking oil from the pump during use. Took it to Northern and they are replacing the pump under warranty but said it was likely because I was using quick connects on my garden hose coupling and that was restricting the water flow making the pump overheat. They said never to use quick connects on the garden hose unless the opening is at least 5/8″. Does anyone make such a quick connect? I hate having to screw the garden hose on every time, and also having to remove my quick connects at the water spigot end. Thanks.
It is easy to check if your hose and quick connects are supplying enough water to the pump. Your pressure washer gallon per minuite requirements are printed on the machine and also on the pressure tips in GPM. Your post indicates 2.5 gpm but check your documentation of GPM. Next remove the tip from the wand and connect your hose with current quick connects to the machine. Start engine and direct the pressure wand into a bucket for exactly one minute. Measure the amount of water in the bucket, it should be very close to stated gallons. Do the same test with tip installed and compare measurement. If pump is starving for water you will not get proper amount of water in the bucket and the water hose will collapse. Two to four gallons of water per minute is not very demanding and should be delivered even with very small opening. You can even just direct the hose into the bucket for one minute and check how much water your hose is capable of delivering. I believe that you will find no problem with water delivery to pump. I would certainly enlighten Northern with your findings and question their evaluation. When you start using your pressure washer again try using it at lowest pressure to get the job done. Lowering the pressure to about 75% of max will increase the life of the pump and engine. Good luck with you pump
This pressure washer will continue to build pressure when you let off the trigger. I have replaced the hose 3 times because the pump continues to pump until it blows the hose. The pump will not stop pumping!
You have a defective pressure release valve or someone has misadjusted.
Has no pressure, builds up when not holding trigger on gun, but when i press trigger shoots of with pressure the nothing just water comes out.
My coleman powermate 2750 pressure washer locks the engine up when the trigger is pulled. after a few seconds you can restart it.it comes up to good pressure but kills the motor. Some have told me they thought it was teh pump, but the sprays a little. I would think if the pump was bad it wouldn’t spray at all? Comments?
All i can say is its not a good mechine I owen and repair washers and pumps and use them in line of business thats all i can tell you sorry
Karcher K 3.68M Electric Pressure Washer. Wand trigger Locks Up.
Sounds like the pressure valve is broken thats why you cant depress the trigger , the valve is on the pump , i would suggest taking it to a repair shop as they are fiddly things to fix
I have a pressure washer that sputer when i pull the trigger. The moter sounds fine but i have pressure then nothing and i have pressure. Thank you Stu
How do i unclog the end of my pressure sprayer it works on low pressure but when i put it on high pressure nothing comes no water comes out.
I have a K3.68m. I hook up the water turn, on the unit, the hose pressurizes but when I pull the trigger nothing happens. This unit is only about a year old and only used twice. It did the same thing intermittently before. The trigger has a different feel like a switch is not actuating or something when it does this. Please advise. Reg
Sounds to me like you have a partially blocked jet on the end os the lance. If this is not clear then the machine will not start correctly.