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Arrow T59P It will not push $591189 clear staples into wood. It misses the metal staple and hits the edge of the plastic insulator instead. I have to pull out the broken pieces and for every 20 staples, I will get one to strike the staple and not the plastic.

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SOURCE: HP Officejet 7410 All-In-One Printer

This has nothing to do with the cartridge you used. Its a pure and simple design fault from HP that has exsisted since the 7210, 7310 and now the 7410. I am working with the European consumer commission and the UFC in France to get a resolution for European customers. US customers can get a replacement it seems by mentioning this thread ...

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If anyone else is living in Europe please contact me. Its not fair that US customers have there printer replaced and Europeans must pay to "upgrade" there printer.

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go here to get that Manual, it is good to have anyway

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SOURCE: Stapler works intermittantly

If not the power source or cord, the next activation point would be the trigger. Does the stapler make any sort of noise when the trigger is depressed? What type and model stapler is it?

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SOURCE: piece of staple stuck in the trigger section of arrow t-50p

First, remove the magazine pusher / spring and any staples loaded in the magazine.  Then try firing the gun to clear the staple.  Use a small jeweler's screwdriver and small needle nose pliers to get the staple out.  Reload and test.       These are relatively inexpensive staple guns.  If the problem persists it might be less trouble to replace the gun.     Best of luck and I hope this solution works for you.   Michael Mittelsdorf

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: WHERE ARE THE STAPLES?

to  the left you will have a narrower section  and it will possibly have mail box attachment and job divider shelves that ride up and down .......this is the finisher unit
separate this section from the main body of the machine   
beware of the paper reciever falling as you separate  take hold and lower
when you have separated  remove the bridging paper reciever OR hold up 
staples are inserted in the unit central and to the right of a green rolling wheel
grasp the green bar on this unit and pull upwards   your staple bars go into this piece that should be in your hand 

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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    • 1 Push in the push rod plate on the back of the Arrow T50P and press down to unclip the push rod from the gun. Pull the push rod out of the staple channel and away from the staple gun.
    • 2 Insert a strip of staples into the channel with the tips of the staples pointing toward the bottom of the staple gun.
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First check and make sure the proper staples are in the gun. Also check and make sure the stapler is clear and no jammed or broken staples are in the gun. If this is a desk stapler make sure the plate is locked in for the staple to hit and bend the ends out or in. if all this is working the driver or the piece of metal that pushes the staple out may be bent. If the stapler is new take it back if it is not a minor problem and get a new one.

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At the back of the staple gun is a flat shaped metal piece. It's at the bottom. Push in, pull down, then pull the mechanism out. You'll see it's a metal rod with a spring, that is attached to that flat metal piece. The spring pushes against another flat metal piece, that has a hole in it, and travels back, and forth on the rod.

The flat metal piece that the spring pushes down the rod, pushes against the staples.

Remove this spring mechanism, slide the staples down the rails. The staples will be in the position of an upside down U. Replace the spring mechanism, and lock it back into place. (Push in, pull up)

Should, your question be in reference to the fact that you have staples loaded, but upon pressing the trigger nothing comes out:

In the front of the staple gun, is a flat metal piece that pushes down on the staples. One staple at a time. The flat metal piece is shoved down by spring pressure. The spring pressure is applied to the flat metal piece each time you squeeze the trigger. (Flat metal piece = Hammer)

Sometimes, Two staples try to come out. When they do, this flat metal hammer is stuck up in the gun. To free the flat metal hammer, remove the spring mechanism out of the back of the staple gun. (The spring mechanism discussed above) Remove any staples in the gun.
Try to use a flat blade screwdriver, and see if you can shove the flat metal hammer in the front of the gun -> UP.
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If this method is of no avail for you, you have to disassemble the gun, and remove the metal hammer, and stuck staple/s.

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often when squeezing the tool the front gets lifted and the staple does not set fully. try making sure the front is tipped down fully and in contact wood when it fires. if that doesnt work the push rod is not working properly and is easier to replace than try to fix

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