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Arrow CT50 how to load the staples?

It shoots but does not staple

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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: How to load Arrow T25 Staple Gun

at the back end of the handle, there is a retainer spring loaded clip. Push it in, then push it downward toward the base of the stapler, the clip should then release the spring, pull the rod with the spring completely out, slide a row of staple in where the rod came out, ONLY ONE ROW, then insert the rod with the spring back in and push it firmly in, and lift it upward to engage the lock. and fire away... Hope this gets your working

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I load the staples in this staple gun?

Push in and down the silver color piece at the end of the gun. Pull piece and spring out. Load staples, end down. Reassemble.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: How to load Staples ?

at the rear of gun there is a small door, press in and down at the same time , it should come out ,there is a spring attached to it as well.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Just purchased t27 arrow staple

That stapler takes a jt21 staple. some fill from the bottom when the plunger is in the drawn back position and some fill from the rear with plunger removed. If the plunger is attached, then it fills from the bottom. Hope this helps:)

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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