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Can't remember how to load staples in my power shot stapler.

I can pull the chamber out the back. It looks like I should lay the staples on the chamber, but then it can't close because they are too wide. I am using power shot staples.

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Power shot guns have dif crown widths bring the gun to home depot or lowes and match them up or get the model # off the gun

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