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Stanley Tr250 bends 5/16" staples just going into plywood, penetrates one side or both only 2/3 way in for simple upholstry, any adjustments?

use the shorter staple
increase the punch pressure when the trigger is released ( there is an adjustment on the side for that purpose )

Dec 10, 2016 | Stanley Tools & Hardware - Others

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How do I adjust arrow manual staple gun to fit the sizes it size seems to be too large

there is usually no adjustment for manual staple guns. you can only fit the length of staples that slide into the holder.

Mar 02, 2015 | Arrow Tools & Hardware - Others

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My gun fires four or five staples all a once--is there an adjustment. with shooting so many staples at once then they do not go in all the way

  • This may or may not help, but I have one that was doing the same (as many as five at one trigger pull). I gave it the little WD40 and it still did the same. Then, I thought maybe it was the effect of not being used for a while. I proceeded to pull the trigger several hundred times (you can do this without staples loaded) and now, mine works fine. Seems to have helped.

Sep 16, 2014 | Electric Stanley Tre500 Staple Gun /...

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How to adjusts staples to go deeper

Most consumer staple guns do not have depth adjustments.
Get a better professional model.

Aug 28, 2014 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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The staples won't go fully into the Wood

1. The wood may be too hard for the staples to penetrate

2. The stapler drive spring may have ghotten weak

3. You may not be holding the stapler nose firmly against the wood while stapling

Jan 06, 2013 | Stanley TR250 H Heavy Duty Heavy Duty...

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Do I need to adjust the T50P to use short staples (like 6 mm). It is not working at all. The staples just pop off the surface. The 12mm are just barely going in to a wood chair frame I am working on.

You MAY need to lube the stapler. Use ONLY staples labelled for use in this stapler. Also check if there might be a smashed staple blocking the driver from doing a full stroke.

Jan 09, 2010 | Arrow T50P ARROW STAPLE GUN

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How do you adjust the staple size to load 1/2" or 1/4" staples?

Staple guns can use a variety of staples; the width of the staple is fixed, the lengths vary from 1/4" up (usually in 1/8" increments). You don't need to adjust the staple gun for the different lengths, just be sure the width fits your gun since some manufacturers have used brand-specific staples.

There are also a variety of staple types; there are staples for ceiling tile, electric wire, window screening, etc. My favorite staples for wood have the tips cut on a sharp angle, they penetrate wood well. Some staple types require a particular gun, I have a gun that shoots only round-top staples for small cables like phone & thermostat wire.

Dec 05, 2009 | Stanley CT10C Heavy Duty Staple Gun/Cable...

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Arrow et2025Hd staples won't go flush

The material you are putting staples into is too hard for this little staple gun.
You will need a more powerful stapler, such as a staple gun that uses compressed air to drive the staples and where you can adjust the air pressure.

Apr 30, 2009 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Staples don't drive deep enough. How do I adjust depth.
Go to website and type in tre550 and you will find a copy of a PDF instruction. It is very limited. They also have a tool tips area.

Feb 25, 2009 | Electric Stanley Tre500 Staple Gun /...

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