Remington 491 User Manual

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REMINGTON®
Powerdriver
Model 491
POWDER ACTUATED TOOL
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Read this manual and all labels carefully before operating your powder
actuated tool. This manual should always accompany the tool and be
transferred with it upon change of ownership.
Operating
Instructions
Important:
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Instructions

482-1REMINGTON®PowerdriverModel 491POWDER ACTUATED TOOLMANUFACTURERS´ INSTITUTE INC.™G 029®ANINDEPENDENTLABORATORYTESTINGFORPUBLICSAFETYG 028Read this

Page 2 - REMINGTON

10099494Safety Precautions3. Never use power loads in firearms.123456789101112122LEKCINBRASS482-54CALIBERNOTE:Failure to start withthe lowest powerlev

Page 3 - Warning: Safety Precautions

11099494Safety Precautions7. Never use common nails or other materials as fasteners. Remington PowerFasteners are manufactured from special steel and

Page 4

12099494Why A Power Fastener HoldsWHY A POWER FASTENER HOLDSIN CONCRETEThe compression bond of the concrete to the powerfastener accounts for the majo

Page 5

13099494Selecting Power Fastenersand Power LoadsFASTENING INTO CONCRETEThe proper power fastener length can be determined byadding the thickness of th

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14099494Operation1. Grasp barrel assembly and slide forward rapidly until it stops. Push barrelassembly back into tool to the closed position. This se

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15099494Operation5. Squeeze trigger to set power fastener. Be sure to keep pressure on tool duringthis operation.6. Grasp base plate and slide barrel

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16099494Parts ListKey PartNo. No. Description Qty.1 301002 Body 12 301034 Trigger Pin 13 301529 Advance Holder 14 301530 Advance Bar 15 301531 Advance

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17099494123195678910111213141517161820 2122232425262728322931304Cleaning and MaintenanceClean tool after each days use. Disassemble and clean the

Page 10 - Safety Precautions

18099494Tool Disassembly2. Using thumb, push stop towards rear of tool and remove (see Figure 2).Figure 2 - Removing StopStopFigure 3 - Separating Bas

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190994946. Remove piston assembly from piston sleeve (see Figure 4).7. Tilt rear of base plate down. Guide will slide out.REMOVING RUBBER PAD1. Loosen

Page 12 - Why A Power Fastener Holds

2099494INDEXWarning: Safety Precautions... 3-11Why A Fastener Holds ...

Page 13 - Selecting Power Fasteners

20099494REMOVING FIRING PIN1. Remove plug from end of tool. Do this by pressing plug in and turning it 90°. Thiswill release the plug from the tool bo

Page 14 - Operation

21099494Tool AssemblyATTACHING LINER TO TOOL BODY1. Replace two ball bearings and springs into end of liner (see Figure 9, page 20).2. Slide tool body

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22099494ATTACHING RUBBER PAD1. Slip top of rubber pad over plug at rear of tool body (see Figure 5, page 19).2. Press rubber pad into place.3. Tighten

Page 16 - Parts List

23099494Troubleshooting GuidePiston hangs outof muzzle.Overdriven fastener.Piston jammed.Power load strip willnot advance.Reduction or lossof power.To

Page 17 - Cleaning and Maintenance

24099494Fasteners482-80Wood or Non-Metals To Concrete482-79Wood or Non-Metals To Steel482-78SP FASTENERSFasten wood or nonmetals to concrete or steel.

Page 18 - Tool Disassembly

25099494482-90Application ChartIMPORTANT* Use power fastener with penetration control disc, part number 015549.• Recommended for use with Remington po

Page 19 - Figure 6 - Removing Rock Arm

26099494Parts CentralContact authorized dealers of this product. If they can’t supply original replace-ment part(s), either contact your nearest Parts

Page 20

27099494Maintenance LogDate Maintenance Performed

Page 21 - Tool Assembly

099494-01REV. C7/95Limited Warranty AgreementDESA International warrants the Remington Powerdriver Model 491 against defectsin materials and workmansh

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3099494Warning: Safety PrecautionsIMPORTANT: Read these operating instructions carefully and com-pletely before trying to operate or service this tool

Page 23 - Troubleshooting Guide

40994945. Make sure the work area is clean from loose material and debris.482-12Safety PrecautionsPOWDERACTUATEDTOOLSIN USEWARNING482-10!4. Always cle

Page 24 - Application Chart

5099494Safety Precautions4. Never carry or pass a loaded powder actuated tool. Never point a powderactuated tool at anyone.3. Store powder actuated to

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6099494Safety Precautions7. An operator taking medication should take extra precautions while handling thetool. Never drink alcoholic beverages or tak

Page 26 - Parts Central

7099494Safety Precautions3. Never make fastenings in spalled or cracked areas.2. Never attempt to drive power fasteners into very hard or brittle mate

Page 27 - Maintenance Log

8099494TOO THINWELD482-403/16" MIN1/2"1"482-41Safety Precautions7. Do not drive power fasteners into steel base material less then 3/16

Page 28 - Limited Warranty Agreement

9099494Safety Precautions2. Should the tool fail to fire, hold the muzzle firmly against the work surface for30 seconds. Release the trigger and remov

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