Tue. Jun 21st, 2022

Milwaukee 18V 5.0Ah FUEL Cordless Combo KitIt is a professional grade nailer that will last for many years. The Milwaukee 18V 2 Piece 5.0Ah FUEL Cordless Framing & Finishing Nailer Combo Kit is high-quality material. A piece of equipment that is exceptionally durable and has various features. It also has the potential to be quite dangerous, so make sure you understand what you’re getting into before you buy it.

Assembly

Inserting the battery is as simple as sliding the puck into the tool’s body. Check to see that it latches into place securely. To remove the battery from the device, press the release buttons and pull the battery pack away from the machine. This procedure is very similar to most other Cordless professional software tools.

Putting the No-Mar Pad on

As the workpiece contact is compressed during actuation. The No-Mar pad protects the workpiece from being marred.

  1. Take the battery pack out of the bag.
  2. Using your fingers, press the No-Mar pad into position over the contact points of the workpiece contact bracket.
  3. Pull-on the No-Mar pad to ensure that it is securely fastened.
  4. To remove the pad from the workpiece contact bracket, pull the pad away from the contact bracket.

5.0Ah FUEL Cordless Brushless Framing & Finishing NailerTo instal fastener strips, follow these steps: 1. Remove the battery pack.

  1. WARNING: Keep the tool away from yourself and others when installing fasteners. Not doing so may result in bodily harm to the individual.
  2. Insert the fastener strip into the nail slot and pull it down towards the front of the instrument. Make sure the fasteners’ points are pointing downward when they are installed. WARNING: Only recommended fasteners of the proper size, length, collation angle, and head type, as specified on the tool’s nameplate, should be used. Other fasteners could cause the device to malfunction, resulting in injury.
    4. Hold down the pusher release button while sliding the pusher back past the end of the fastener strips. 5.
    5. Maintain control of the pusher while releasing the button. To do this, slowly slide the pusher forwards until it comes into contact with the fastener strip.

parts imageTo remove the fastener strips, follow these steps:

  1. Remove the battery pack.
    2. WARNING: Keep the Milwaukee 18v tool away from yourself and others when installing fasteners. Failure to do so may result in bodily harm to the individual.
    3. Press and hold the pusher release button for a few seconds while sliding the pusher towards the front of the instrument. Release the pusher from its grip.
    4. Pull the nails back and out of the nail slot with your fingers.

Selection of Power and Actuation

  1. Install the battery pack first.
  2. To turn on the tool, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds (the green LED ring will illuminate).
  3. The Low Battery LED indicates when the battery level is insufficiently charged to operate the tool.
  4. Toggle between single sequential actuation mode and contact (bump) actuation mode, press and hold the MODE button for several seconds.
  5. Actuation by Contact (Bump) – The workpiece contact and the trigger can be activated in any order and sequence to drive a fastener.

WARNING: Before using, make sure you understand the actuation process. Single Sequential Actuation – The workpiece contact and trigger must be activated in a specific sequence to drive a fastener.

Thermal Protection Mode:

 The Thermal Protection Mode will protect the tool when used in extremely cold or hot temperatures.or when the tool overheats or freezes while in use. If this occurs, the tool will not be able to operate, and the Power Button and Actuation Indicator LEDs will alternately flash on and off. 5. Press and then hold the power button for seconds to turn it off. Before using the device, allow it to warm up or cool down.

Milwaukee M18FPP2FN-502B 2 Piece 18V 5.0Ah FUEL Cordless Brushless Framing & Finishing Nailer Combo KitOperation with a single sequence of actuation

  1. Take a firm grip on the handle.
  2. Squeeze and compress the workpiece contact area by pressing the tool against the work surface.
  3. Then, using the trigger, drive the fastener into place. WARNING: NOTICE: To avoid serious injury, do not attempt to prevent the recoil by pressing too hard on the work with the tool.
  4. Release your finger from the trigger and lift the Milwaukee 18v tool away from the workpiece.
  5. Operation of the Contact (Bump) Actuation Depending on how you intend to use it, contact actuation can be performed in two different ways.

Several actions are possible:

  1. Take a firm grip on the handle.
  2. Pull the trigger and keep it held.
  3. Press the tool against the work surface, compressing the workpiece contact to drive the fastener into the workpiece. WARNING! Don’t prevent the recoil by pressing the Milwaukee 18v tool too firmly against the work surface with your hands to avoid serious injury.
  4. Maintain trigger pressure while making repeated contact with the workpiece.

Activation with a single button press:

1. Take a firm grip on the handle.
2. Squeeze and compress the workpiece contact area by pressing the tool against the work surface.
Then, using the trigger, drive the fastener into place. NOTICE: To avoid serious injury, do not attempt to prevent the recoil by pressing too hard on the work with the tool. WARNING:
4. Release your finger from the trigger and lift the tool away from the workpiece.

Indicator for reloading

It will not compress, which will prevent operation under normal pressure. Indicating that the magazine is almost completely depleted of fasteners (only about 4-5 left in it). Install additional pins to continue working.

WARNING During the tool’s operation, NEVER wedge or hold back the workpiece contact mechanism. To clear a jammed workpiece contact, never grab the discharge area of the device and pull it apart. This may result in injury. Don’t prevent the recoil by pressing the tool too firmly against the work surface with your hands to avoid serious injury. Keep your face away from the instrument. Keep your grip on the handle firmly. A fastener is driven into the device, and the tool immediately recoils after being forced into the fastener. A typical function of the tool is to perform this action. When the device is in Contact Actuation mode, a restriction to the recoil can result in the driving of a second fastener due to the limitation—allowing the tool to do its work without placing a second hand on the device.

Choosing the appropriate depth of drive

18V 5.0Ah FUELWARNING Understand what is going on behind the scenes of your project. In the event of a fastener travelling through the workpiece and out the other side, it could strike an innocent bystander, causing severe injury or death. Reduce the depth of drive to prevent the fastener from being pushed through the workpiece during installation. The depth of drive can be adjusted.

  1.  Test a fastener with a hammer.
  2. Take out the battery pack.
  3. WARNING: IMPORTANT INFORMATION! When making adjustments, keep the tool away from yourself and other people. Failure to do so may result in bodily harm to the individual.
  4. Move the depth selector to the left or right by one position to increase or decrease the driving depth.
  5. Continue until the desired depth has been reached.

Getting a Clogged Fastener Unclogged

Most jams are contributed to by a fastener or a portion of a fastener. They become lodged between the driver blade and the nail guide (or vice versa). Fastener strips with an incorrect collation angle or a fastener gauge that is too small or too large may result in continuous jamming. To unclog the clog, do the following:

  1. Take out the battery pack.
  2. WARNING: Keep the tool away from yourself and others when installing or removing fasteners. This may result in bodily harm to the individual.
  3. Take the fastener strip out of the magazine.
  4. Using needle-nose pliers, pry the fastener out of the way. Remove the magazine from the tool if it is necessary.
  5. Before restarting the work, complete the steps outlined under “Required Daily Testing.”

When the striker is being reset.

The striker may not reset after a nail jam or a low battery condition.

  1. Remove the battery pack from the striker to reset it.
  2. WARNING! IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Keep the Milwaukee 18v tool away from yourself and others when installing or removing fasteners. Failure may result in bodily harm to the individual.
  3. Take the fastener strip out of the magazine.
  4. Examine the striker position to see if it is incorrect. If the striker does not require resetting, proceed to the section on clearing a jammed nail.
  5. Install the battery pack to reset the striker.
  6. Keep the nail pusher open (to prevent the Reload Indicator from activating) and press the workpiece contact against a workpiece. 7.
  7. Pull the trigger on the action.
  8. The striker will withdraw his hand.
  9. Before restarting the work, complete the steps outlined under “Required Daily Testing.”

Required Daily Checking of the Nailer

Always point the tool away from yourself (other people).

  1. Take out the battery pack.
  2. WARNING: Keep the tool away from yourself and other people when installing fasteners. 3. Injury could result if the attempt fails.
  3. Ensure that every screw, bolt, nut, and pin on the tool is appropriately working. It is necessary to tighten any loose fasteners.
    Hold the nail pusher open while pressing a workpiece contact against a workpiece to override the Re-load Indicator. It has to be as smooth as possible.
  4. Pull the trigger while pressing the workpiece contact against the contact. It has to be as smooth as possible.
  5. Place the battery pack in the slot.

Single Sequential Actuation Operation

18V 5.0Ah FUEL chargerSelect the Single Sequential Actuation Operation from the drop-down menu. Holding the nail pusher open (to override the Reload Indicator) and pressing the workpiece contact against a workpiece should be done without pulling the trigger. The tool must not be able to function. Open the nail pusher while keeping the workpiece contact as far away from the workpiece as possible (to override the Reload Indicator). Pulling and holding the trigger for 5 seconds is recommended.

The tool must not be able to function. Continue to pull and hold the trigger while pushing the workpiece contact against a workpiece until the trigger is released. The tool must not be able to function. Holding the nail pusher open (to override the Reload Indicator) and pressing the workpiece contact against a workpiece should be done without pulling the trigger. Pull the trigger on the gun. The tool must be able to function. Release the trigger from the holster. The driver must move to the front of the line.

Holding the workpiece contact away from the workpiece

  1. Select the Contact Actuation Operation from the drop-down menu. Holding the workpiece contact away from the workpiece, opening the nail pusher (to override the Reload Indicator) and pulling the trigger will ensure that the workpiece contact is not damaged. The tool must not be able to function. Continue to pull and hold the trigger while pushing the workpiece contact against a workpiece until the trigger is released. The tool must be able to work.
  2. If all of the previous tests were successful, you could begin using the tool for your work. Select the operation and insert fastener strips into the machine. Setting the depth of drive following the “Setting the Depth of Drive” section should be done in step 10.
  3. If all tests are successful, the tool is ready to use. Repeat these tests before each use of the device or after it has been dropped, received a sharp blow, been run over, jammed, or otherwise damaged.

Keeping Things Running

Maintaining your tool, battery pack, and charger regularly will help keep them in good working order. Inspection should be performed on your instrument for excessive noise, misalignment or binding of moving parts, and breakage of parts. Or any other condition that could impair the tool’s performance. Repairs can be performed by returning the tool, battery pack, and charger to a MILWAUKEE service facility.

Retain the device and its battery pack and charger for inspection at a MILWAUKEE service facility. After six months to one year, depending on how often it is used. Thus, when using a fully charged battery pack, clean the contacts on the battery pack if the tool does not start or operate at maximum power. If the device continues to malfunction, return it, along with the charger and battery pack, to a MILWAUKEE service facility for repair.
WARNING:  If you want to reduce the possibility of personal injury and property damage. Never submerge your tool, battery pack, or charger in liquid or allow liquid to flow through them.

Cleaning

Vents should be cleaned of dust and debris. Maintain the cleanliness, dryness, and lack of oil or grease of the tool. Cleaning should be done with only mild soap and a damp cloth, as specific cleaning agents and solvents can harm plastics and other insulated parts and components. Petrol, turpentine, lacquer thinner, paint thinner, chlorinated cleaning solvents, ammonia, and household detergents. Never use flammable or combustible solvents close to the Milwaukee 18v tool. Repairs: Return the tool, battery pack, and charger to the authorised service centre of your choice for repairs (Australia).





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