Remington 500V User Manual

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IMPORTANT:
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.
Operating
Instructions
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Power Pro™
Semi-automatic
Model 500V
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Model 500V

IMPORTANT:Read this manual and all labels carefully before operat-ing your powder actuated tool. This manual shouldalways accompany the tool and be tr

Page 2 - REMINGTON

10106763G 018POWERLOADSONLYSafety Precautions123456789101112122LEKCINBRASSCALIBERNOTE:Failure to start withthe lowest power levelcan result in overdri

Page 3 - Warning: Safety Precautions

11106763G 018Safety Precautions6. Power fasteners are a permanently installed fixture. An act of demolition isrequired for their removal. Appropriate

Page 4

12106763Why A Power Fastener HoldsWHY A POWER FASTENER HOLDSIN CONCRETEThe compression bond of the concrete to the powerfastener accounts for the majo

Page 5

13106763OVERDRIVEG 018Selecting Power Fastenersand Power loadsFASTENING INTO CONCRETEThe proper power fastener length can be determined byadding the t

Page 6

14106763Operation1. Grasp barrel assembly and slide forward rapidly until it stops. Push barrelassembly back into tool to the closed position. This se

Page 7

15106763Operation5. Squeeze trigger to set power fastener. Be sure to keep pressure on tool duringthis operation.7. Should the tool fail to fire, hold

Page 8

16106763Parts List 500VKey PartNo. No. Description Qty.1 SF901011 Housing 12 450108 O-Ring 13 SF901800 Baffle Assembly 14 SF901010 Pawl Assembly 15 45

Page 9

171067632315 84763233119930291034312122141512131626232524192017182728Cleaning and MaintenanceClean tool after each days use. Disassemble and clean th

Page 10 - Safety Precautions

18106763Tool DisassemblyFigure 2 - Removing Key StopKey StopA. REMOVING BARREL ASSEMBLY1. Using screwdriver, lift end of annular spring and rotate spr

Page 11

19106763B. REMOVING HANDLE PAD ASSEMBLY1. Loosen screw on back of handle pad assembly with 3mm hex wrench. Do notremove the screw from the assembly (s

Page 12 - Why A Power Fastener Holds

2106763INDEXWarning: Safety Precautions... 3-11Why A Power Fastener Holds ...

Page 13 - Selecting Power Fasteners

20106763Outer Liner AssemblyE. REMOVING FIRING PIN1. Slide firing pin guide back so the slot in the firing pin guide lines up with the slotin the oute

Page 14 - Operation

21106763Figure 13 - Removing Outer Liner AssemblyG. REMOVING ADVANCE BAR1. Using a 3mm hex wrench, loosen screws on cover and remove.2. Remove advance

Page 15

22106763Note: Spring and plateare NOT reversible.Bent arm on spring mustbe toward plate.Tool Assembly (Cont.)Baffle AssemblyO-RingHousing HandleFigure

Page 16 - Parts List 500V

23106763Outer Liner AssemblyFigure 19 - Replacing SearFigure 18 - Replacing Firing PinGuide, Firing Pin Assembly, Spring,Transfer Pin, and Push PinFir

Page 17 - Cleaning and Maintenance

24106763I. ASSEMBLING BARREL ASSEMBLY1. Using moderate force, insert piston assembly into barrel (see Figure 23).H. ATTACHING HANDLE PAD ASSEMBLY1. Pl

Page 18 - Tool Disassembly

251067632. Insert plastic buffer into muzzle cap.3. Screw muzzle cap to barrel assembly.4. Firmly insert barrel into outer liner assembly with slot si

Page 19 - Continued

26106763PROBLEMPiston hangs out ofmuzzle.Overdriven fastener.Piston jammed.Power load strip will notadvance.Reduction or loss ofpower.Tool does not co

Page 20 - Tool Disassembly (Cont.)

27106763Technical ServiceYou may have further questions about assembling, operating, or maintaining thisproduct. If so, you can visit our Technical Se

Page 21 - Tool Assembly

Parts CentralsRay’s Portable Heater Service3191 Myers RoadCamino, CA 95709-9550530-644-7716Baltimore Electric5 Manila DriveHamden, CT 06514-0322203-

Page 22 - Tool Assembly (Cont.)

Application Chart2 1/2"2 1/2"2"1"1"1"to thisConcreteCement BlockSteel (3/16" to 3/8" Thick)YellowGreenYellow/R

Page 23 - E. REPLACING FIRING PIN

3106763G 018 Warning: Safety PrecautionsIMPORTANT: Read these operating instructions carefully and com-pletely before trying to operate or service thi

Page 24

30106763NOTES_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Page 25

31106763NOTES_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Page 26 - Troubleshooting Guide

Limited Warranty AgreementDESA Specialty Products™ warrants the Remington® Power Pro™ Model 500Vagainst defects in materials and workmanship for a per

Page 27 - Repair Service

4106763G 018Safety PrecautionsPOWDERACTUATEDTOOLSIN USEWARNING!4. ALWAYS clear the work area on all sides and post appropriate warning signson job sit

Page 28 - Fasteners

5106763G 018G 018Safety Precautions4. NEVER carry or pass a loaded powder actuated tool. NEVER point a powderactuated tool at anyone.3. ALWAYS store U

Page 29 - Application Chart

6106763TOO HARDPointflattensTOO SOFTSinks inwithaveragehammerblow???TOO BRITTLESurfaceshattersG 018G 018G 018Safety Precautions7. An operator taking m

Page 30

7106763CAST IRON GLASSTILEBRICK482-33G 018G 018G 018G 018Safety Precautions3. NEVER make fastenings in spalled or cracked areas.2. NEVER attempt to dr

Page 31

8106763TOO THINWELDG 0183/16" MIN1/2"1"Safety Precautions7. DO NOT drive power fasteners into steel base material less then 3/16"

Page 32 - Limited Warranty Agreement

9106763POWERLOADSPOWERLOADSGASOLINEGASOLINEG 018G 018G 018G 018G 018Safety Precautions2. Should the tool fail to fire, hold the muzzle firmly against

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