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How important is the 2' x 10' plate that hangs and swings on pivots in front of the cutters??

The quarter inch "hinge" broke off one side of the plate and the plate fell off. The shredder works fine otherwise. Should I be concerned?

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From: NVTSHREDDER@aol.com
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2009 11:16:33 -0400
Subject: TS4500 from Winsource Ind.
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Rick,

This TS4500 shredder had been discontinued for more than 5 years. The factory did not make any spare parts for this model.

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