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My arrow fastener model t-50m is jammed how do I remove the few


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    mommoe71 Oct 15, 2012

    Why dont they tell you this on the package?



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I have a similar issue with my T50m stapler. To remove the staples unscrew the locking nut near where you load the staples and remove the tapppered bolt. The track will lift out and the staples can be easily removed. Why this is happening is unknown to me also. I purchased a new gun.

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If removing the rod (that you unhook to load the staples) and shaking or lightly tapping doesn't help, You may need to disassemble it. You can go to this webpage on Arrow's website for the exploded diagram if you don't have it:

It's not the easiest stapler to disassemble and re-assemble, but it can be done.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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    jenniferlea7 Nov 27, 2012

    what else can go wrong w it if it doesn't seem to be jammed w a staple?

  • dcm0123 Jul 06, 2014

    I found the easiest way to unjam was turn the stapler upside down and strike the plastic against a hard object which will free up the plunger causing it to return. This will allow the plunger to try to clear the staple. It worked for me about 10-15 times then I decided time for a new one. Since this is the second Arrow gun I had problems with, I will be looking at a different brand.


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My T50 would fire ONE 1/4" staple correctly and then jam, eating 3 or 4 and after digging those out do it all again. This was one staple eating machine!!.. I disassembled the thing, making some mechanical adjustments which allow only enough room for smooth feeding of ONE staple at a time and now it NEVER misfires or jams. These adjustments will take careful thought and filing of the end of the staple tray nearest the firing pin, along with slight bending of the firing pin to lay flat against the outside head cover. I also filed the outside "tips" of the firing pin to be absolutely flat where it contacts the staple. DO NOT shorten the firing pin if possible. Now I can get even 9/16" staples to go all the way in. :)

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To clear a jam in the T50 staple gun, you need to take it apart. Here are the steps. No. 1: Remove the pusher rod assembly. No. 2: Use a screwdriver and pliers to remove the screw and nut. No. 3: The channel assembly can then be removed and you can clear the jammed staple. We have attached the T50 staple gun exploded diagram.

For anyone who needs extra assistance, we would be happy to walk through these steps with you. You can reach us at or call 800-776-2228. -Your Arrow Fastener team

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