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Operator's

Manual

CRRFTSMRN
1/4"Crown
18 Gauge
1/2- 11/2"Length
CROWN STAPLER

Model No.
351.183670

CAUTION: Read and follow

•
•
•
•

all Safety Rules and Operating
Instructions before First Use
of this Product.

Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman
4460.01 Draft (11/02/99)

Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.

Safety Rules
Operation
Maintenance
Parts List

Warranty .......................................

2

DESCRIPTION

Safety Rules ....................................

2

Operation ....................................
Maintenance ....................................

2-4
4

Troubleshooting .................................
Parts Illustration and List .........................

5
6-7

The Craftsman ¼" Crown Stapler drives ¼" crown, 18 gauge
staples from V2to 11/z'' long. Die cast aluminum body with textured grip minimizes operator fatigue. Large capacity, top
loading magazine with positive quick action latch makes loading easy. Safety feature disables tool unless contact trip is
pressed against workpiece. Tapered nosepiece provides operator with greater visibility for precise fastener placement. Rigid
nosepiece reduces jamming. Quick-release nose cover allows
for easy removal of jammed fasteners. The ¼" Crown Stapler
is excellent for furniture making, upholstery, cabinetry and
picture framing.

FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
AIR-DRIVE
TOOLS

ON CRAFTSMAN

If this Craftsman air-drive tool fails due to a defect in material
or workmanship within one full year from the date of purchase,
return it to the nearest Sears Service Center in the United
States, and Sears will repair it free of charge.

SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity ...............................

If this air-drive tool is used for commercial purposes, this
warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase.

Staple crown width ..............................

This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state.

Staple size ....................

Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 817WA, Hoffman Estates, IL
60179

Air inlet ..................................

°

Staple lengths

160 staples
W'

............................

V2to 1V2"
18 gauge (.049 x .040")

Operating pressure .......................

60-100 PSI
W' N.P.T.

Length .....................................

10W'

Height .......................................

9W'

Width .......................................

2W'

Air tool operators and all others in work area should
always wear safety goggles complying with United States
ANSI Z87.1 to prevent eye injury from fasteners and flying
debris when loading, operating or unloading this tool.

Weight ....................................

18333 ............................

¼" crown, W' long

*

Never exceed operating pressure of 100 PSI.

18334 ............................

¼" crown, 3/4"long

°

Always keep hands and body away from the fastener discharge area when air supply is connected to tool.

18336 ............................

1/4"crown, 7/8"long

*

Always disconnect tool from air supply when servicing or
adjusting tool and when tool is not in use.

18371 ............................

¼" crown, 1" long

18372 ...........................

¼" crown, 1W' long

*

Do not operate when nose of tool is not in contact with
work.

18373 ...........................

¼" crown, 1¼" long

18374 ...........................

1/4"crown, 1W' long

°

Never load the tool until you are ready to use it.

*

Never depress tool trigger when loading.

°

Always load with nose of tool pointing away from you and
others.

*

Never point tool at yourself or others.

*

Never carry tool with trigger depressed.

°

Do not use oxygen, combustible gas or high pressure
compressed gas as the air supply for the tool.

°

Always use tool at safe distance from other people in work
area.

*

Do not attempt to discharge fastener into hard or brittle
materials such as concrete, steel or tile.

*

Do not connect female quick-disconnect
side of air line.

*

Connect male, free-flow nipple to tool side of air line
connection so that tool is depressurized when hose is
disconnected.

*

Do not use a hose swivel with this tool.

*

Use Sears recommended

2.6 Ibs.

STAPLES

AIR SUPPLY

LINE

Refer to Figure 1 (page 3).
*

The air tool operates on compressed
60 to 100 PSI.

*

Never exceed maximum pressure.

Air Delivery Required:
(30 shots per minute).

air at pressures from

0.71 SCFM @ 90 PSI

WARNING:
Keep hands and body away from discharge area
of tool when connecting air supply. Always disconnect tool
from air supply when servicing or adjusting tool and when tool
is not in use.

coupling to tool

fasteners only.

2

*

Air operated tools require clean, dry, lubricated compressed air to ensure top performance, low maintenance
and long life.

*

Dirt and abrasive materials present in all air lines will damage tool O-rings, valves and cylinders.

*

Moisture will reduce tool performance
removed from compressed air.

*

A filter-regulator-lubricator
system is required and should
be located as close to tool as possible (see Fig. 1, page
3). A distance of less than 15 feet is recommended.

and life if not

•

Keep air filter clean. A dirty filter will reduce the air pressure
to the tool causing a reduction in power and efficiency.

°

Be sure all connections
prevent air loss.

•

The air supply system must be able to provide air pressure
of 60 to 100 pounds per square inch at tool.

°

•

All hoses and pipes in the air supply system must be clean
and free of moisture and foreign particles.

Never connect a female quick-disconnect coupling to the
tool side of air line connection. A male, free-flow coupling
should be connected to the tool side of air line connection.

•

Do not mount swivel connector in air supply line.

•

The air pressure should be properly regulated.

•

Different workpiece materials and different fastener lengths
will require different operating pressure.

2 Foot
Hose Whip

in air supply system are sealed to

WARNING:
The female coupling provides a seal preventing
loss of compressed air from compressor tank when disconnected from male coupling. If connected to tool side of air
supply, the female coupling could seal a compressed air
charge in the tool which could discharge if the tool trigger is
actuated.

Filter - Regulator - Lubricator_

Male Quick-DisconnectFigure 1 - Air Supply Line

LOADING
Refer to Figures 2 & 5 (pages 3 and 6).

°

The air tool is equipped with a contact trip safety mechanism
(see Figure 3) that disables tool unless contact trip is pushed
against work. Hold tool handle firmly and press contact trip
on workpiece where fastener is to be applied. Pull trigger to
drive fastener into workpiece.

°

The tool can also be operated by holding trigger depressed
and pushing contact trip against workpiece. This operating
procedure provides rapid-fire fastener driving. Never operate
tool unless contact trip is in contact with workpiece.

°

The tool is equipped with a push-button switch that can
change the operating mode from rapid-fire to single fire.
When the red stop button (Fig. 5, No. 37) is pushed in from
the fastener loading side, the tool will fire one fastener only.
To fire the next fastener, both the trigger (Fig. 5, No. 30)
and the contact trip (Fig. 5, No. 63) must be released.

WARNING:
Disconnect tool from air supply. Always load with
nose of tool pointing away from you and others. Always wear
safety goggles that comply with United States ANSI Z87.1.
NOTE: For best results use Sears fasteners only.
•

Slide pusher (Fig. 5, No. 48) back until it engages the latch.
Tilt magazine cover (Fig. 5, No. 51) back to allow fasteners
to be installed onto magazine (Fig. 5, No. 55). Tilt pusher to
release and gently slide pusher forward against fasteners as
shown.

Depress
Trigger

Figure 2
Loading Staples
Trigger
Depressed
STAPLING

OPERATION

Refer to Figure 3 below.
WARNING:
Never operate tool unless contact trip is in contact
with workpiece. Do not operate tool without fasteners or damage to tool may result. Never fire fasteners into the air because
fasteners may injure operator or others and damage to tool
may result.

Figure 3
Contact Trip Operation

QUICK

RELEASE

NOSE

Refer to Figure 5 (page 6).
The tool is equipped with a quick release nose for clearing
jammed fasteners.
,,

If a fastener jams in the tool, disconnect the air supply
from the tool. Open the magazine and remove any fasteners. Pull the nose cover latch (Fig. 5, No. 61) down and
release the nose cover. Remove the jammed fastener and
secure the latch. Reload the fasteners and reconnect the
air supply.

OPERATING
o

o

Refer to Figure 5 (page 6).
LUBRICATION
Lubricate tool daily with quality air tool oil. If no air line
lubricator is used, place five or six drops of oil into air inlet
cap (Fig. 5, No. 23) of tool every day.
MAGAZINE
°

PRESSURE

Use only enough air pressure to perform the operation. Air
pressure in excess of that which is required will make the
operation inefficient and may cause premature wear or
damage to the tool.

•

Square off the tip of the ram with a clean, fine hand file to
extend the life of the ram and tool. Fastener firing will be
more consistent if the ram tip is kept clean and square.

SAFETY

MECHANISM

Inspect contact trip safety mechanism daily for proper operation. Do not operate tool if mechanism is not operating
properly.

,, Air pressures should be adjusted to account for different
material densities, grain structures and moisture content.
Longer fasteners will require more air pressure to drive
flush with the surface of the workpiece.

With the red push-button switch in the rapid-fire mode, perform the following procedures to test safety mechanism:
• Leave trigger untouched while pushing contact trip into
workpiece. Tool must not fire.

,, All fastener lengths should drive easily into pressure-treated lumber, pine, SPF and plywood. Hardwoods (such as
oak) and engineered polymer lumber might require maximum pressure (for the air tool) to drive flush. For optimum
combinations of lumber and fastener, consult lumber professionals and/or manufacturers.
DEFLECTOR

Refer to Figures 4 & 5 (pages 4 and 6).
o

Keep magazine and nose clean and free of any dirt, lint or
abrasive particles.

The tip of the ram (Fig. 5, No. 17) can become dented or
rounded over time.

Determine minimum air pressure required by driving some
test fasteners into the workpiece. Set air pressure so that
test fasteners are driven down flush with the work surface.
Fasteners driven too deep may damage workpiece.

EXHAUST

AND PISTON-RAM

•

Pull trigger while contact trip is clear of work and pointed
away from operator and others. Tool must not fire.

•

Depress and hold trigger. Push contact trip against work
where fastener is needed. The tool should drive only one
fastener each time the contact trip is pushed against workpiece.

If contact trip mechanism does not operate properly,
repair tool immediately through Sears Service Center.

Exhaust deflector can be positioned to point in any direction
(full 360 ° movement). Reposition deflector (Fig. 5, No. 2) by
grasping firmly and rotating to the desired position.

Replace any damaged or missing parts. Use the parts list to
order parts.
REBUILD

KITS

Rebuild kits are available as spare parts, (see page 7). Tools
should be rebuilt if tool fails to operate properly after extended
use. See troubleshooting to determine required replacement
parts.
Disconnect tool from air supply before attempting
or adjustment.

repair

NOTE: When replacing O-rings or cylinder, lubricate with air
tool oil before assembly.

Figure 4 - Exhaust Deflector Adjustment

4

SYMPTOM
Trigger cap leaks air

Cap leaks air

Nose leaks air

Tool will not operate

POSSIBLE

CAUSE(S)

1. Check and replace damaged O-ring (Fig. 5, No. 42)

2. Valve stem, seal or O-rings damaged

2. Check and replace damaged stem, seal or
O-rings (Fig. 5, Nos. 35, 38, 41 and 42)

1. Cap bolts loose

1. Tighten bolts (Fig. 5, No. 3)

2. Damaged O-ring or gasket

2. Check and replace damaged O-ring or gasket
(Fig. 5, Nos. 6 and 8)

1. Damaged O-ring
2. Damaged bumper

1. Check and replace damaged O-ring
(Fig. 5, No. 18)
2. Check and replace damaged bumper (Fig. 5, No. 20)

3. Ram guide damaged

3. Check and replace guide (Fig. 5, No. 29)

1. Insufficient air supply

1. Check air supply

2. Damaged or worn head valve O-rings

2. Replace damaged or worn O-rings
(Fig. 5, Nes. 10 and 13)
3. Replace damaged spring (Fig. 5, No. 9)
4. Clean and lubricate cap and head valve
(Fig. 5, Nos. 5 and 12)

5. Insufficient lubrication

5. Place five or six drops of air tool oil into inlet cap

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Damaged head valve spring
Damaged or worn O-rings
Damaged trigger assembly
Build-up on ram
Cylinder not sealed on bumper
properly
6. Insufficient air supply
7. Insufficient lubrication
8. Head valve poorly lubricated

Tool skips fasteners or
inconsistent operation

ACTION

1. O-ring damaged

3. Broken head valve spring
4. Head valve binding in cap

Tool operates slowly
or loses power

CORRECTIVE

1. Worn or damaged bumper
2. Build-up on ram
3. Insufficient air supply
4. Damaged or worn piston O-ring
5. Damaged magazine spring
6. Fasteners too short
7. Damaged fasteners
8. Incorrect fastener size
9. Cap leaks

10. Damaged trigger valve seal
and O-rings
11. Bent or damaged ram
12. Dirty magazine
13. Damaged or worn magazine
14. Insufficient lubrication

Check and replace damaged spring (Fig. 5, No. 9)
Check and replace damaged or worn O-rings
Check and replace trigger assembly
Clean piston/ram assembly (Fig. 5, No. 17)
Disassemble cylinder and assemble properly

6. Check air supply
7. Place five or six drops of air tool oil into inlet cap
8. Disassemble head valve (Fig. 5, No. 12) clean,
lubricate, and assemble properly
1. Check and replace bumper (Fig. 5, No. 20)
2. Clean and lubricate piston/ram assembly (Fig. 5, No. 17)
3. Check air supply
4. Check and replace O-ring (Fig. 5, No. 16)
5. Check and replace spring (Fig. 5, No. 47)
6. Use Sears recommended fasteners only
7. Discard damaged fasteners
8. Use Sears recommended fasteners only
9. Tighten cap bolts (Fig. 5, No. 3). Check and replace
damaged cap O-ring (Fig. 5, No. 6) or gasket
(Fig. 5, No. 8)
10. Check and replace damaged seal and O-rings
(Fig. 5, Nos. 35, 38 and 42)
11. Check and replace damaged piston/ram assembly
(Fig. 5, No. 17)
12. Clean magazine and lubricate with air tool oil
13. Check and replace magazine (Fig. 5, No. 55)
14. Place five or six drops of air tool oil into inlet cap
(Fig. 5, No. 23)

Model 351.183670
Figure 5 - Replacement

Parts Illustration

1

for 1/_,,Crown Stapler

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2

16

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17

22
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18

21

19

27

45 46

24

28

1 /74
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37

50

29

57

58

53

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55
56
62

6

54

KEY
NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY.

KEY
NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY.

1

4157.00

Flange Nut

1

35

4318.00

2

4159.00

Deflector

1

36

4320.00

Throttle

1

3

4434.00

5-0.8 x 32ram Socket Head Bolt

4

37

4319.00

Stop Button

2

4

STD852005

5ram Lock Washer*

4

38

6136.00

8.8 x 1.9ram O-Ring

1

5

4435.00

Cap

1

39

4324.00

Trigger Valve Head

1

6

4165.00

41

4326.00

Trigger Valve Spring
Valve Stem

1

5990.00

1
1

4325.00

7

3 x 1.5ram O-Ring
3-0.5 x 6ram Pan Head Screw

4O

8

4195.00

Cap Gasket

1

42

4327.00

9.8 x 1.9ram O-Ring

1

9

4210.00

Head Valve Spring

1

43

4328.00

Trigger Cap

1

10

4300.00

14.8 x 2.4ram O-Ring

1

44

4329.00

Trigger Spring

1

11

4301.00

46-221596-9

CMI-3 E-Ring

1

4302.00

1
1

45

12

Spacer
Head Valve Piston

46

4444.00

Capstan

1

13

4303.00

1
1

4445.00

48

4446.00

Magazine Spring
Pusher

1

4304.00

33.5 x 2ram O-Ring
Collar

47

14
15

4305.00

41 x l.Smm O-Ring

1

49

4447.00

Pusher Knob

1

16

4436.00

22.4 x 3.1 O-Ring

1

5O

4448.00

Clevis Pin

1

17

4437.00

Piston Ram Assembly

1

51

4449.00

Magazine Cover

1

18

4309.00

31.5 x 1.8ram O-Ring

1

52

4450.00

Cover Spring

1

19

4438.00

Cylinder

1

53

4451.00

Clevis Pin

1

20

4412.00

Bumper

1

54

4417.00

4-0.7 x 6mm Socket Head Screw

1

21

4439.00

Magazine Bracket

1

55

4452.00

Magazine

1

22

6349.00

5-0.8ram Fiber Hex Nut

1

56

4453.00

3-0.5 x 10mm Socket Set Screw

1

23

4440.00

inlet Cap

1

57

4461.00

Nose Plate

1

24

4316.00

40 x 3ram O-Ring

1

58

6045.00

5-0.8 x 20mm Socket Head Bolt

2

25

STD851005

5mm Flat Washer*

1

59

4454.00

Latch Plate

1

26

4441.00

5-0.8 x 18ram Socket Head Screw

1

60

4455.00

Clevis Pin

1

27

4442.00

Body

1

61

4456.00

Latch Assembly

1

28

4313.00

3378.00

2.5 x 14mm Spring Pin

1

4487.00

3
1

62

29

1.2 x 2.6ram O-Ring
Ram Guide

63

4457.00

Contact Trip

1

3O

4322.00

1
1

4458.00

Trip Lever

1

4323.00

Trigger
Clevis Pin

64

31

65

4459.00

1

32

4321.00

Trigger Lever

1

66

7537.00

Adjusting Plate
4-0.7 x 10mm Socket Head Screw

33

6163.00

3 x 16ram Spring Pin

1

A

4460.01

Operator's Manual

1

34

4414.00

Support Plate

1

A

2.5 x 1.4mm O-Ring

4

1

1

1

Standard hardware item available locally
Not Shown

Recommended

Accessories

Rebuild Kits

A

Staples, W' crown - W' Long

18333

A

Staples, W' crown - %" Long

18334

A

Staples, W' crown - %" Long

18336

A

Staples, W' crown - 1" Long

18371

A

Staples, W' crown - 1W' Long

18372

A

Staples, W' crown - 174" Long

18373

A

Staples, W' crown - 172" Long

18374

A

3097.00

A

4407.00

Trigger Rebuild Kit
Fig. 5, Nos. 38, 41, 42, 44 and two 35
Head Valve Rebuild Kit

1
1

Fig. 5, Nos. 8, 10, 13 and 15
A

4464.00

Piston-Ram Assembly Rebuild Kit
Fig. 5, Nos. 16, 17, 18 and 20

1

In U.S.A. or Canada
for in-home major brand repair service:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

1-800-4-MY-HOME SM
(1-800-469-4663)
Para pedir servicio de reparacibn a domicilio - 1-800-676-5811
Au Canada pour tout le service - 1-877-LE-FOYER SM
(1-877-533-6937)

For the repair or replacement

parts you need:

Call 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. CST, 7 days a week

PartsDirect
1-800-366-PART

(1-800-366-7278)

www.sears.com/partsdirect

Para ordenar

piezas con entrega

a domicilio

- 1-800-659-7084

For the location of a Sears Service Center in your area:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

1-800-488-1222
To purchase

or inquire about a Sears Maintenance

Agreement:

Call 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST, Monday - Saturday

1-800-827-6655

SEARS
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