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The staple holder weld breaks. Can you get a new part ?

I have had 2 of the arrow ETF50PBN and both of them have broken staple holders, I believe they are cold welded. Can a person buy a hole
inside staple holder?
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Dona Forsberg

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If you go to this link on the Arrow website, you can order parts. They do not have the parts diagram available for this tool, so hopefully you still have yours (if you could scan it onto your computer, that would be a good way to store it)

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