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    Default Porter Cable nail gun help

    So I picked up a Porter Cable FR350 in the pawn shop recently. It was worn, but intact. He wanted $119, I got it for $60. Anyhoo.

    I tried to download a manual from the Porter Cable site, but the only manual they offer that's even close is for the FR350A. It's close, but no cigar.

    The only thing I need the manual for is to know how to adjust the nail depth. I can't find an adjustment on it like the manual and I stumbled across something that said the older ones need a tool. What kind of tool? Where would I use it? Anyone know Porter Cable FR350 nail guns?

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    Hope this works, my puter isn't running right and I can't open it but it should be the right manual.
    Here's where I found it.

    Porter-Cable Framing Nailer Instruction manual | ManualsOnline
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    You guys are the SHIZ!

    BackCountryHNTR, That's the one I had that wasn't the same as mine.

    Fugaloo, I stumbled across that one, but 1) wondered if it was the same and 2) wondered if it was safe to d/l. Looks like mine. Based on that, I can adjust it now.

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