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Boston Electric pencil sharpener model #19, doesn't sharpen, how do i fix it i don't have a owners manual. Kathy

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Try here:

http://www.spodaco.com/xactoland.html


Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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Are we able to get the Binding machine blades sharpened. We have an Ibico, Ibimatic-No 315468. Have had for about 5 years. Thanks


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I have never heard of sharpening these "blades", as they are actually punches, and there are likely some 20 small, individual "blades" that are part of the system. You might check with a local dealer or office supply partner, to see if they know of anyone who could or would perform the service and what they might charge for it. I believe that if you could find someone to do it, it would cost more than it would to simply replace the machine. There does not appear to be a way to replace the punch mechanism (die / strip usually) in these models.

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So, this is a rather long way of saying, and trying to explain why I recommend that, you check with a local dealer perhaps, but plan to replace the machine. If it lasted you this long, the same level of machine should last just as well, and $40 US a year isn't too bad!

If you need further assistance, please post back. Otherwise, thank you for using and rating FixYa!

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