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ACCO Electric 525 hole punch

How to remove jamed paper and where is the switch

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SOURCE: Broken electric 3-hole punch

There are two phillips screws in the bottom. Once they are removed, the top and bottom of the case are held together with clips molded into the case. Take a wide flat screwdriver and place it in the seam and gently pry it apart. Might want to start on the back in case you ****** up the plastic.

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SOURCE: Swingline Model 525 electric 3 hole punch

It has a safety switch. This switch turns machine on when it detects paper and off if it doesn't. Something wrong with sensor. Broken, paper stuck under it, out of position. Will have to open it up and check the sensor. ***Always remember to unplug any equipment before working on it***

Posted on May 09, 2010

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