Remington 490 User Manual

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Read this manual and all labels carefully before operat-
ing your powder actuated tool. This manual should
always accompany the tool and be transferred with it
upon change of ownership.
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Models 489 and 490
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Instructions

POWDER ACTUATED TOOLMANUFACTURERS´ INSTITUTE INC.™G 029OperatingInstructionsRead this manual and all labels carefully before operat-ing your powder ac


101012743. NEVER use powder loads in firearms.5. A color blind person must take extra precautions to preventthe chance of mixing the powder loads of v

Page 3 - Precautions

111012747. NEVER use common nails or other materials as fasteners.Remington® Power Fasteners are manufactured fromspecial steel and heat treated to p

Page 4

12101274WHY A POWER FASTENER HOLDSIN CONCRETEThe compression bond of the con-crete to the power fastener accountsfor the majority of the holding power

Page 5

13101274FASTENING INTO CONCRETEThe proper power fastener lengthcan be determined by adding thethickness of the material to be fas-tened and the amount

Page 6

141012741. Grasp muzzle and slide barrel forward rapidly until it stops.This sets piston into firing position and opens the chamber.4. Push barrel int

Page 7

151012745. Place the muzzle of tool perpendicular to work surfacewithout tilting the tool. Push tool against work surface untilsliding action of barre

Page 8

16101274490-031234567891011121314161517181920Key Part No. Part No.No. 489 490 Description Qty.1 TA4080 TA4080 BARREL, Assembly and Piston 12 076659 0

Page 9

171012743. To assembly, push pistonall the way into the barrel.Slide the barrel assemblyinto the receiver. Turn bar-rel to line up slot (F) withfront

Page 10 - Safety Precautions

18101274ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV490-044. Insert screw (A) andtighten. Insert andtighten pressure padassembly (D).REMINGTON489-51ADBarrel Replacement(Con

Page 11

19101274Tool DisassemblyAnd AssemblyTOOL DISASSEMBLY1. Remove screw (G) from recoil pad (H). Lift pad away fromhandle. Separate housing halves by remo

Page 12 - Fastener Holds

2101274REMINGTON490-02INDEXWarning: Safety Precautions... 3-11Why A Fastener Holds ...

Page 13 - Powder Loads

20101274PROBLEMPiston hangsout of muzzle.Overdriven fas-tener.Piston jammed.Expended loadwill not extract.Reduction orloss of power.Reduction orloss o

Page 14 - Operation

21101274PROBLEMTool does notfire.Opening andclosing of barrelor pushing downon the tool, not smooth butis rough or binds.POSSIBLECAUSEDirt buil

Page 15

22101274Technical ServiceYou may have further questions about assembling, operating,or maintaining this product. If so, you can visit our TechnicalSer

Page 16 - Parts List

23101274Parts CentralsRay’s Portable Heater Service3191 Myers RoadCamino, CA 95709-9550530-644-7716Baltimore Electric5 Manila DriveHamden, CT 06514-

Page 17 - Barrel Replacement

24101274For Fasteningthis:Powder load and power fastener application information.Powder load listings are recommendations only. If you are indoubt, tr

Page 18 - (Contiued)

25101274IMPORTANT• Recommended for use with Remington® powder loads andpower fasteners.• Do not use power fasteners longer than 2 1/2" or powerwa

Page 19 - And Assembly


Page 20 - Troubleshooting Guide


Page 21 - Fasteners

Limited WarrantyAgreement101274-01REV. E08/03DESA Specialty Products™ warrants the Remington®Powerdriver Models 489 and 490 against defects in materia

Page 22 - Repair Service

3101274WARNING ICON G 001 Warning: SafetyPrecautionsThe following pages contain detailed warnings, cau-tions, and rules of safe operation. Read carefu

Page 23 - Parts Centrals

41012745. ALWAYS make sure the work area is clean from loosematerial and debris.Safety Precautions1. NEVER place your hand over the muzzle. Accidenta

Page 24 - Application Chart

5101274Safety Precautions4. NEVER carry or pass a loaded powder actuated tool.NEVER point a powder actuated tool at anyone.3. ALWAYS store UNLOADED p

Page 25 - Application Chart

6101274Safety Precautions7. An operator taking medication should take extra precau-tions while handling the tool. NEVER drink alcoholic bever-ages or

Page 26

7101274Safety Precautions3. NEVER make fastenings in spalled or cracked areas.2. NEVER attempt to drive power fasteners into very hard orbrittle mater

Page 27

81012743"3X1X7. DO NOT drive power fasteners into steel base materialless then 3/16" thick, within 2" of a weld, within 1/2" of th

Page 28 - Agreement

9101274WATER489-3330489-3. ALWAYS use the spall shield when driving directly intoconcrete or steel. ALWAYS wear eye protection.4. NEVER use a powder a

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