Too high air pressure will cause the damper to break up. Too low air pressure will not allow the driver of the tool to return.
This will allow lubricant air mixture to flow around the tool
You may need to tap the tool on a piece of wood to get the parts out.
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Hope this casts some light on how to look after your air stapler.
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