Question about Tech Solution TS-2550 Shredder
The motor runs great and is very powerful, however the gear that connects to the shaft is worn out and as soon as paper is fed the gear slips and the cutters stop shredding. I need to replace this nylon gear. Where can be obtained?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does the shredder have the electronic eye to sense paper? Sometimes dust will collect on the sensor causing it to keep running.
Posted on Apr 16, 2007
Do you hear the motor moving in both directions? I just had the same problem with mine. On mine, you can hear the motor moving in both directions but it would only move the shredder teeth in reverse and the teeth would not move going forward. I took the unit apart and found out that the gear right next to the motor shaft was rounded out in the middle. The solution would be to get a new gear or gears if you can get them. Make sure you inspect all the gears to see if there is a lot of play. You might have to replace more than 1 gear. What I did on mine, was take a brass tubing that was just a little larger than the shaft, drill out the center of the bad gear and press the tubing into the center of the bad gear. This took up the extra play and my Tech Solution TS8000 is working again. Hope this helps. If you have any other questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com
Posted on May 30, 2007
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