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I have an ARROW # HT50P hammer stapler. I am using genuine arrow T50 staples.I bought it new a couple of years ago and have only used it a lightly a couple of times. The problem is the thing has always had a problem of jamming up. Is there a fix for this or should I just throw it away.

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Most arrow staplers have slide levers along the sides toward the front. Pull back on these and it should pop open. Some however load from the rear of the stapler. You push in and down on a square metal piece and it will unlock and than you pull it out toward you. slide in a rack of staples, put it in, relock and ready to go. If you put in too many staples it wont go all the way in to re lock.

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The staples are held together with an epoxy. I have used staples that are older than 10 years. The problem is the gun. Check for dirt or a burk in the magazine as well as a bent pusher blade. My gun also had a problem loosing a screw and nut that attached at the blade guide.

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Take out the small bolt that is secured with a nut at the back of the gun (at the end where you feed the staples) -- then drop the inset. Now you have access to the jammed area. Clear out jammed staples and put the stapler back together. Easiest way is to hold the nut and turn the bolt from the other side.

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SOURCE: I need instructions on how to refill the Arrow T50

remove the spring loaded magazine from bottom rear of unit by pushing down on piece about two inches below curve section of rear end of handle push down gently and pull to rear staples go in front ofin same slot from which this magazine is removed load normally two clips if your dead empty when you return the spring follower back into place it follows the staples if if doesnt go all the way in you probably have to many remove some good luckd

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Take the tool to any local hardware store and show them the gun, ask if you are using the correct staples in it, I suspect you are not. This is by far the easiest thing to do. I suggest ACE hardware as they are the most helpful with things like this.

Posted on Jul 15, 2011

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