Question about Fellowes 3011001 Shredder
Its possible the sensor has gone bad
you will need to UNplug the unit , then take it apart 9 screws then gently pry it apart with a screwdriver or butter knife
you could test this with a voltmeter, one side emits a constant should have 5-12 volts across this
the other side the reciever will change its voltage when you break the signal with a piece of paper.
also ive seen chunks of plastic break off from inside and as the teeth rotate the plastic can cut the wire
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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