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Arrow T-50 stapler

Jammed and can't figure out how to open?

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  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2008

    i can pull out the spring loaded mechanism but I cannot figure out how to release the bottom door hinge to load the staples.

  • sonographer Feb 01, 2009

    how do I load the Arrow T55 stapler?

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Take out the screw/nut combo @ the end of the gun where you load the staples. The whole rail that holds the staples will then come out and you can then get the little devils of the nested, jammed, rousted up staples out by sliding them out with a screwdriver. Don't jam the screwdriver into your fingers/hand when doing it.

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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    Colleen Chittam Oct 30, 2013

    I held a pair of pliers on the nut while unscrewing the screw, otherwise it was just spinning. Thank you it worked great!!!!

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T50 doesn't hinge. Push in and down on the spring mechanism and it should come out. The staples are then loaded by inserting them on the rails that the spring mechanism was one. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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