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Need to where to look at a manual for reassembly

Stapler was taken apart and i'm not sure where some of the parts go and was needing a manual so i can reassemble.

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Okay I finally found it. This tool was made by Black and Decker/Dewalt. They have a description online but no online manual. You will need to contact a local branch or repair center and request a parts explosion for this tool. When calling make sure that you have you exact model number available. If you have any trouble finding a center or factory branch contact me and I will locate one nearest to your location. Good luck and sorry I couldn't help with online schematics.

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