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Marbig stapler won't staple

I bought marbig staple as directed: No. 23/15, to staple thin books of 37 pages and two 200gsm card covers. The stapler worked once but won't work again. There is no jambed staple.

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  • sandra phillips Jan 23, 2013

    I bought stapler: Marbig 90230, and staples: Marbig No. 23/15 for use in heavy duty staplers including Marbig staplers 90170 & 90165. But on useing, stapel went in first time only. There is no jambed stapel. The row of staples does not seem to be pushed toward the business end of the stapler. I have followed the instructions, but get nowhere.

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