Question about Stanley Office Equipment & Supplies
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1. Hold the black handle -- top part -- of the stapler with your right hand thumb and forefinger.
2. Hold the metal casing right beneath the black handle, with your left hand thumb and forefinger.
3. Use your left hand thumb and forefingers and a wedge to separate the top black part and the metal casing beneath it.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I can't seem to reload
With the stapler sitting a solid surface, turn it 180 degrees so it is pointed away from you, and you are looking at the back. Press down on the plastic extension that you see (about mid-height on the stapler). This releases the staple-holding compartment (it shoots out the front of the stapler). Reload it with standard staples, push the compartment back in place until you hear a click. Voila!
Posted on Oct 19, 2011
1. Hold the black handle -- top part -- of the stapler with your right hand thumb and forefinger. 2. Hold the metal casing right beneath the black handle, with your left hand thumb and forefinger. 3. Use your left hand thumb and forefingers and a wedge to separate the top black part and the metal casing beneath it. 4. Bingo!
Note: Switching the two different operations on to the other hand is unlikely to work.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
SOURCE: We have a Swingline 690
I had the same problem with my 690. This is what worked for me.. I simply pulled out the staples from the cartridge a little further than the suggested tear-off point, and the machine was able to start working. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 10, 2011
SOURCE: how do I make the Optima 20 electic stapler model 48208 work after putting in the staples. I put the paper in as usual and it does not work. I have put the staples in correctly as I normally do, but
Unplug it, take it apart and examine the switch actuator and switch to see why they don't trigger the stapler. There's a good chance you'll find the actuator is broken or jammed by a foreign object, or the switch is worn out. Metal-filled epoxy works well for repairing ABS plastic parts.
Another possibility is a broken power cord. You can test the electrical parts for continuity with an ohmmeter (unplugged, of course!).
Posted on Nov 10, 2011
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