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If this is a staple gun then you need to release the tab on the back of the gun. It will release a long spring with a push rod on it. Insert the new staple bundle and replace the push rod. If this is a desk top stapler then pull the top until it opens. Set staples in and close the top again. Make sure to clear out any staples that may be loose or lodged before.
When a stapler stops working it is because it has jammed.Try to open it by pulling on the silver bottom part while holding the top black part there is a release on the bottom.Press the release at the back and unload staples.You should see jammed staple in feed,clear it them.Reload with new **** of staples.It should now function.Use a pin or paper clip to clear pull out jammed staples.
I presume you are using CpaturePerfect3 Scanning software. There is an option to stop checking of 'staples'.
In Canon 9080C staples are NOT detected by any metal detector! You'd notice a set of LEDs on one side and a set of sensors on the opposite side of the scanner wall, just above the paper tray. Incase there is a document thats stapled, while one sheet is going in, the other sheet will get lifted because of staple. Thus when there is obstruction in the LED sensor, it is presumed to be a stapled document. Conversely, even if a document is bent enough to block the sensors, the scanner assumes it as a stapled document. Ensure your documents are fairly flat.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India
First check and make sure the proper staples are in the gun. Also check and make sure the stapler is clear and no jammed or broken staples are in the gun. If this is a desk stapler make sure the plate is locked in for the staple to hit and bend the ends out or in. if all this is working the driver or the piece of metal that pushes the staple out may be bent. If the stapler is new take it back if it is not a minor problem and get a new one.
It took me and my boss wrestling with this mongo stapler for 15 minutes to figure it out! :0)
To open the front end, pull up on the handle while simultaneously pushing down on the small black lever on the front. This takes some firmness and be warned, if it's jammed with staples it's going to take some serious force to get it open - watch your fingers!!! I strongly suggest the minute you get a jam, open up the front and clear it. Don't continue to staple in hopes it will work or clear itself or you will have a build up of jammed staples making it almost impossible to open and clear. Also note that when you open up the front end the staples tend to shoot out so be careful.
To open the back end to load staples, push forward and up.
The trick to clearing this is to rn the stapler WITHOUT the cartridge in. We removed several visible jams, but once we ran it with the cartridge out, a huge piece of staple came out, and then we were able to put the cartridge back in and use it. Woot!
First, remove the magazine pusher / spring and any staples loaded in the magazine. Then try firing the gun to clear the staple. Use a small jeweler's screwdriver and small needle nose pliers to get the staple out. Reload and test.
These are relatively inexpensive staple guns. If the problem persists it might be less trouble to replace the gun.
Best of luck and I hope this solution works for you. Michael Mittelsdorf