Question about Fellowes PS60C-2 Shredder
Our Fellowes PS60C-2 shredder has stripped the teeth off of one of the nylon cogs driving the top (closest to the switch) toothed cylinder, all other parts are working perfectly (motor, circuit board, etc, etc). If you are looking for parts, then you can have it for free (except for postage!). I will hold onto it until Monday 20th October, at which point it will be binned.
I have one that if I can't find the plastic plate that keeps the paper from wrapping around the shredder spools will be toast. I'm in Vanc, WA. I may try to fabricate the plastic piece in a tin version but I suspect that my time is better spent buying another brand.
Shoot me an email if you can help me or if I can help you.
compton26 AT juno.com
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
I'll take that shredder for spare parts in order to resuscitate our school shredder, if it is still available, and postage isn't prohibitive. What's broken on ours is the plastic top and bottom, NOT the heavier parts, so I'd take just them even more happily . . . .
Write me back and I'll discuss details.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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