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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
nullO-Ring Kit (T40, T50, N50FN, N60FN N59FN)
Part #: ORK1
In stock
13 available
 $40.48
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1Screw,Soc Hd. Cap M5 X 20
Part #: MSC5080-20
In stock
8 available
 $0.99
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3Seal, Cylinder Cap
Part #: N50013
In stock
15 available
 $2.99
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4Bumper, Top
Part #: T50002
In stock
5 available
 $5.20
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5Compression Spring
Part #: 854015
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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6O-Ring,1.543X.125
Part #: MRG039231
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
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7O-Ring,1.831X.098
Part #: RG183109
In stock
5 available
 $4.17
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8Head Valve
Part #: T50003
In stock
4 available
 $25.99
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9Cylinder Seal
Part #: N70151
In stock
7 available
 $4.34
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10Sleeve, Cylinder Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60030
Discontinued
N/A
11O-Ring,1.925X.103,Nbr
Part #: 850605
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
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12Check Seal
Part #: N50034
In stock
9 available
 $4.12
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13O-Ring,2.425X.103
Part #: 850683
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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14Ring, Cylinder Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: N50015-S
In stock
1 available
 $3.11
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15
Frame,Machined
Part #: 112583
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $64.47
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
16Pin,Spiral M3X20Mm
Part #: MPP030020
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
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17O-Ring,1.487X.103
Part #: 850235
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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18Cap,End
Part #: 103651
In stock
3 available
 $23.67
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20O-Ring,1.234X.139
Part #: 850606
In stock
3 available
 $4.19
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21
Piston, Main Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60056
Discontinued
N/A
22Pin, Spring .156 X .50
Part #: UB3808.3
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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23Pin, Spring .094 X .50
Part #: UB2108.5
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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24N60Fn Driver Service Part Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60098
Discontinued
N/A
25Bumper
Part #: N50085
In stock
4 available
 $9.27
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26Plate, Bumper Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60008
Discontinued
N/A
27O-Ring,1.739X.070 Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 851483
Discontinued
N/A
28
Bottom Frame Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60004
Discontinued
N/A
29
Screw,Retention,Special Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N50079
Discontinued
N/A
31
Guide, Driver Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60044
Discontinued
N/A
32Spring,Compression
Part #: N60032
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
33
Pin, Latch Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60006
Discontinued
N/A
34
Nose
Part #: 104096
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $111.67
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35Pin, Spring .138 X 1.18
Part #: UB3817
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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36
Door Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60005
Discontinued
N/A
38Washer, Hslwm#10
Part #: LW10
In stock
6 available
 $1.08
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40Spring Assy. Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60095A
Discontinued
N/A
41Pusher
Part #: N60015
In stock
2 available
 $4.72
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42Pin, Special
Part #: N60017
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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43Pusher Guide Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60016
Discontinued
N/A
44
Magazine Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 105875
Discontinued
N/A
45Guard, Trip
Part #: N60021
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $3.40
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46
Cover Trip Assy. Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60055
Discontinued
N/A
47Screw,Shcs,M5X0.80X8
Part #: MSC5080-8
In stock
2 available
 $1.23
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48Guard Door
Part #: N60053
In stock
3 available
 $2.97
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49Pin,Special
Part #: N60101
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
50Screw,Shcs,M6X1.00X30
Part #: MSC6100-30
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
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51Washer.Special
Part #: MPW6.2
In stock
9 available
 $2.99
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52Bushing,Rubber
Part #: N70143
In stock
2 available
 $1.89
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53Nut,Nylon M5X.80
Part #: MHE5080-100
In stock
3 available
 $1.99
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54Nut,Esn M6X1
Part #: MHE6100-100
In stock
13 available
 $2.99
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55
Bracket,Mounting
Part #: N60023
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $5.72
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56
Guide, Nail Liner Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60037
Discontinued
N/A
57Cap Magazine
Part #: N60002
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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58Screw,Sbhcs,M5X0.80X10
Part #: MSB5080-10
In stock
2 available
 $1.01
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59Spring,Flat
Part #: N60020
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $3.76
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71Kit,Contact Trip Conversion
Part #: CNTK2
In stock
4 available
 $13.58
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77Pin,Special Spirol M3Xm25
Part #: 102549
In stock
10 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
78
Guide,Trip Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60012
Discontinued
N/A
79Spring,Compression
Part #: N60038
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $2.02
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80
Trip Upper Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: N60091A
Discontinued
N/A
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
81Adjustment, Trip
Part #: N60011
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $1.08
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82Foot,Trip Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 107714
Discontinued
N/A
83Tip, Foot
Part #: N60013
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
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84Label,N59Fn Bostitch
Part #: 112696
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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85Label-Warning
Part #: 159911
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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100
Washer,Spring Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 851734
Discontinued
N/A
101Stop Contact Trip
Part #: N60084
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $2.24
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102Screw, Sfhcs M6 X 1.00X20
Part #: MSF6100-20
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $1.08
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103Washer,Special
Part #: T50104
In stock
2 available
 $2.65
Add To Cart
104Cover-Exhaust Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: T50006
Discontinued
N/A
106Wiper, Pusher Spring
Part #: N60094
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $1.44
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107Spring,Torsion
Part #: N60096
In stock
2 available
 $1.37
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108Kit,Trigger Valve
Part #: TVA6
In stock
25+ available
 $25.51
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109O-Ring,.614X.070
Part #: 86459
In stock
19 available
 $3.99
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110O-Ring,.703X.103
Part #: 851554
In stock
10 available
 $3.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
111Kit,Sequential
Part #: SEQ6
In stock
17 available
 $10.70
Add To Cart
113Washer
Part #: MPW6
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $1.49
Add To Cart
114
Label, Model, (N60Fn) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 117528
Discontinued
N/A
115Pin,Spiral M3X30
Part #: 100298
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
116Label,Model (N59Fn) Fasteners
Part #: 112692
Ships in 8 - 14 business days
 $0.99
Add To Cart
15.1Grip,Handle
Part #: 107490
In stock
6 available
 $2.99
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Symptom:
Worn Trigger Valve
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2014-03-07 15:45:20
8 of 11 customers found these instructions helpful
Trigger valve went bad
Quick and easy repair. Removed roll pin to the trigger, removed roll pin to the trigger valve assembly, installed new trigger valve. Fires like new.
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Symptom:
Worn Seal
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2015-02-02 09:47:50
0 of 0 customers found these instructions helpful
The top seal on the main cylinder
I loosened the screws to the top of the cylinder and slowly removed the top without dropping any parts. I laid out all the parts from the top down and wiped them down with a shop towel. Then I matched all the seals and rings to the ones on the parts I laid out. I started at the top and replaced each seal or o-ring as I went down. I cleaned and then used new oil to lubricate each item. Once they were all replaced I put the tool back together in the opposite order and I replaced the gasket between the top piece and the top. Make sure that the plunger is in the top most position when you put it back together. Then I tightened the top screws in a cross pattern to make sure that they were all uniformly tightened. I then attached the air and made several test shots to make sure the tool worked properly. It worked like new. This took about 20 minutes total time. My 25 year old tool works like new!
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how do I get a replacement part for n60fn part n60005 door
9197
Reply: Replacement Part For Bostitch N6...

9197

There are some listed on ebay now
1194210
Question: Bostitch N60fn Model

1194210

How difficult is it to do this?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Bostitch N60fn Model

Tinkerdave

If you can change the oil in your car you can do this.There should be a set of instructions in the box along with a small tube of teflon grease.Just take your time and make sure the parts are clean.Also while you have the driver blade out of the tool it would be a good time to dress the tip of the blade with a file.Just run the file over the tip of the blade where the blade hits the nail and rough it up a bit to prevent the driver blade from skipping off the nail.Hope this helps good luck .
Tinker
vance
Question: Spring Assembly

vance

why is the spring assembly discontinued and when we choose the substitutes they are discontinued also
crazygramy65
Question: Misfires

crazygramy65

replaced trigger assembly, now nailer "misfires", or not at all. someone said new trigger assembly does not activate enough piston travel when time to drive a pin.
KTR
Reply: Misfires

KTR

you did not give the model #, however, stick guns misfire because of bad exhaust seal or bad nail feed, worn piston o-ring. on coil it is usually the feeder pawl, bad o ring on feeder shaft, bad feeder spring, worn piston o-ring. RN46 roofer often has bad piston bumper, if it has broken-up you will find pieces in the connecting tube to the feeder blocking the air supply.
Ken
took apart my n60fn trigger to install a new kit. when i took out the pin, the trigger part (actuall trigger) came off and so did a spring and a small washer type thig, flat on one side, the other side is tube like and i think it goes into the spring, only thing is, i dont know where this spring set up goes... the part sheet doesnt show trigger detail.. anyone have this gun and can take a pic for me? thanks!
zacker
Reply: N60fn Trigger Assembly.... Sprin...

zacker

well ill answer my own question.. throw that spring and nut out... the gun works fine without them. I know this because as i was trying to figure it all out I dropped the nut/ washer part and it rolled under the tool box.. after tearing apart the shop to find it i decided to just put the orings and valve in, reassemble and shoot the moon, guess what? the gun is like brand new minus the spring and nut thing!!
BRAD
Question: WILL NOT FIRE

BRAD

MY N60FN WILL SHOOT MANY NAILS AND THEN OUT OF THE BLUE, IT WILL NOT SHOOT AND AIR COMES OUT OF THE TRIGGER VALVE. IF I UNHOOK THE AIR AND TRY IT AGAIN, THE NEXT DAY IT WILL WORK AGAIN FOR SOME TIME AND THEN IT WILL NOT FIRE, LEAKING AIR OUT OF THE TRIGGER.
lynn
Reply: WILL NOT FIRE

lynn

Trigger valve is dirty. Replace valve.
I just put a new trigger in and that works fine. I took the top off and replace the gasket, but I think I might have put something wrong together since when I shoot a nail 3/4 of the nail only goes in. The PSI on my compressor is up to 90 lbs. What should I do?
zacker
Reply: Nail Does Not Shoot All The Way

zacker

doesnt it have an adjustment to set nail depth? look up the manual for your gun and see if it has one, most do.
mckscott
Reply: Nail Does Not Shoot All The Way

mckscott

james, you might have a broken up bumper, blocking the piston from going all the way down. The depth adjustment would not adjust THAT far up. You might want want to have a pro look at it, scott
I have a n-60fn nailer. while using it, air started coming out of the trigger area and won't shoot with any force. Is it and easy fix?

John
zacker
Reply: Finishing Nailer Loses Air

zacker

try replacing the trigger valve, very easy fix if you buy a whole new valve assembly. you take out one roll pin and the whole trigger falls right off, take a photo of the trigger /spring assembly first so's you can reinstall it the same. After the trig is off, you can pull the whole trigger valve out and pop the new one in. all in all, 10 - 15 mins to do.
cal
Question: Air Leak

cal

My gun has an air leak at the trigger.
mike
Reply: Air Leak

mike

Mine too. There is an O ring - its a special o-ring, shaped to seat, that is broken. You need a trigger valve kit.
Bill
Question: Trigger

Bill

How do you get the old trigger out?
scott
Reply: Trigger

scott

There are 2 or 3 pins at the trigger. Using a small punch or nail knock them out. Put a rag over the trigger holding it with your hand. With about 50 or less pounds of air in your compressor plug it up to your fitting on your gun and the trigger should pop right out.
mckscott
Reply: Trigger

mckscott

The trigger pulls out after removing one pin, you don't have to knock it all the way out. IT's the VALVE that will pop out with air pressure, after knocking it's holding pin out.scott
Brian
Question: Air Leak

Brian

I have a air leak from the exhaust cap. The gun shoots a nail but it doesn't reset to shoot the next nail.
zacker
Reply: Air Leak

zacker

replace the orings for the exaust.. in fact if you take it apart to do that you may as well replace all the orings in the gun along witht he trigger valve.. its pretty easy to do.
cecil
Question: O Ring & Gasket Kit ?

cecil

Do you have a gasket and o-ring kit for a N60FN finish nailer? My nailer won't fire. It sounds like it trys to but just a little air comes thru the gun.
Brent
Reply: O Ring & Gasket Kit ?

Brent

This could be from the trigger being worn out.
Randy
Question: Nail Gun Leaks Air

Randy

At the trigger air is rushing out, the gun is 10 years old and has never been serviced. Not used in business, mostly hobby. What needs to be done?
Mark
Reply: Nail Gun Leaks Air

Mark

Hi Randy,

It is most likely the trigger valve that needs replacing. It has either worn out or become clogged by debris. While you have the gun apart inspect the other o-rings. They may also be worn and sometimes the material that wears off of them is the same that will clog the trigger valve. The trigger valve is part #TVA6 and is available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark

scott
Reply: Nail Gun Leaks Air

scott

You just need to replace the trigger assembly.
mckscott
Reply: Nail Gun Leaks Air

mckscott

randy, it's the trigger Valve needs replacing, not the trigger, unless it's broken or the mounting holes are brokrn away, scott mck
tom
Question: Nailer Does Not Fire

tom

When I put air to the nailer the driver stays down. It does not return and load for the next nail.
mckscott
Reply: Nailer Does Not Fire

mckscott

Tom, replace exhaust valve o-rings, and anything else while you are inside, scott mck
jerry dobie
Question: Nailer Does

jerry dobie

My bostich nailer (n60fn) does not fire when I pull the trigger, but if I put more oil in it it works for a while and then have to do it again.
scott
Reply: Nailer Does

scott

Your o-rings are shot. That's why it works when you put more oil in it. It's making a seal.
Vichy Vinjel
Question: Leak In Kit Trigger Valve

Vichy Vinjel

Hi, I notice a constant leak from my nailer when I hook it up to the air compressor. The leak is coming mostly from the kit trigger valve. I don't get any pressure to shoot the nails. Do I replace the kit or change the the O rings? Thank you
Mark
Reply: Leak In Kit Trigger Valve

Mark

Hi Vichy,

It sounds like the trigger valve went bad. The trigger valve is available in a replacement assembly. The trigger valve assembly is part #TVA6 and is available from http://ereplacementparts.com.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
scott
Reply: Leak In Kit Trigger Valve

scott

Just replace the trigger assembly. You should be fine.
dutchman
Question: N60FN Trigger Air Leak!

dutchman

How many of you have been frustrated with an air leak on a N60FN or N50FN? Only to be told that you need a $20-$16 trigger kit (TVA6). There are only three parts that wear out with use, 2 are the most common. N60062 & 854040. Both parts I have been told many times have been obsoleted by the manufacturer. Hummmm? There is a cheap method to making both of these parts from a piece of leather! If you have a 3/8" hole punch, that will make a perfect diameter for both parts. after you punch out the piece, drill a hole in it a little smaller than the stem (#N60058). Take care to get the hole in the center. Each will require a different size hole. oil the leather liberally until it is saturated. Use the same oil that you oil your gun with. With a sharp utility knife slice the desired uniform thickness for each part. Use (what was when the cow was wearing it) the hair side for the sealing side. I have fixed more than one in this manner and all are still working like new. Leather seals have been in use since before the Henry Fords's Model "T". Total cost? less than a dollar. Have fun beating the system.
Dutchman
fancyboxy