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Surebonder 4.8 v cordless stapler

Cant get staples to feed there is no tension on staples

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    REPLACING STAPLES IN AN ELECTRIC STAPLER

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With mine there is a fine spring on the plunger which holds the staples in which i restretch every now and then you could also try checking for jammed staples and putting one or two drops of oil on the shaft that pushes the staples down after the oil operate afew times empty of staples see if this helps bestaluck glenn

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