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The spring is either broken, or it's come off. Replace or re-attach the spring

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There is a clip at the lower rear of the stapler--lift this clip upwards which releases the staple tension device which is the clip, a rod, a long spring, and a 'U' shaped clip on the far end. Pull this device all the way out, insert one length of staples into the slot that is revealed, then reinsert the tension device until the small clip re-locks at the rear of the stapler frame. One staple ejects per squeeze of the firing lever--hold the nose of the stapler firmly to the material to allow penetration of the staple. Hope this helps!

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Located on the end opposite of where the staples come out, there is a spring loaded cap. Push it in toward the base of the stapler and slightly down to release the retaining hook. then let the spring release the pressure rod and pull it out. Connedted to the end of the rod you will see a plunger that is shaped like a short run of staples. Make a mental note of how and where this plunger slides into the base of the stapler. Place a run of staples into the stapler in the same manner that the plunger fits then replace the plunger into the same place following the run of staples. Compress the spring into the stapler and attach the hook as it was. Now you are ready to work.

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This can happen all the time... first remove the slide-in tensioner which pushes against the staples. Remove the single bolt with lock nut which is towards the rear of the stapler. Now you can pivot the staple rail down and out of the gun. Just remove any twisted staples from the rail. Now reassemble the rail by positioning the front of the rail to go into the small slots in the front of the stapler body and re-attach the bolt. You may now reload the staples and tensioner and continue working. Takes just a minute or 2.

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