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Swingline 74030 manual hole punch handle is locked down


by locked down I am going to assume you mean it will not go back to the normal postion when it is not making a hole. this can be caused by too many of the scrap pieces of paper that are left from making the hole. clogging the punch area. remove all the excess pieces of paper that may be stuck in the whole punch, then try again, you may have to pry the handle and or push and pull it until it releases. do not use again until the handle moves smoothly, clean the areas around the punch.

Mar 07, 2014 | Swingline 74030 Manual Hole Punch SWI74030

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Cannot get the arm all the way up


this can be caused by excess paper stuck in the punch area. clean out all the excess paper, making sure to pay attention to the punch area. gently try to move the handle, it may take several tries to get the handle to move freely, make sure you clean out all excess paper before you use again.

Sep 23, 2013 | Swingline Swi-74650 Three-hole Punch - 3...

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My hole punch won't release the paper. I have to jiggle it before it finally releases.


You are stacking too many sheets of paper. Reduce the thickness of the stack. Think of all the time wasted while trying to the paper released. Sometimes the holes punched may be ripped.

Aug 22, 2013 | Sparco High Volume Electric Three-Hole...

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How do i tear apart my steering column in my 84 dodge pickup so i can change my ignition switch?


  1. NON TILT WHEEL
  2. Remove the steering wheel.
  3. Remove the turn signal switch.
  4. Unfasten the two screws that release the buzzer switch (if equipped), then remove the switch.



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Fig. Fig. 2: Removing the ignition buzzer

  1. Remove the retaining screw and lift the ignition lock cylinder lamp out of the way.



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Fig. Fig. 3: Ignition key lamp

  1. Remove the bearing housing.
  2. Detach the coil spring.
  3. Remove the lock plate from the shaft.



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Fig. Fig. 4: Lock lever plate removal

  1. Unfasten the 2 retaining screws and lift the lock lever guide plate to expose the lock cylinder release hole.
  2. Insert the key and place the lock cylinder in the LOCK position. Remove the key.
  3. Insert a thin punch into the lock cylinder release hole and push inward to release the spring-loaded lock retainer. At the same time, pull the lock cylinder out of the column.



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Fig. Fig. 5: Depress the lock plate which will expose the lock cylinder release hole

  1. Remove the 3 retaining screws and lift out the ignition switch.

To install:
  1. Position the ignition switch in the center detent position (OFF).
  2. Place the shift lever in PARK.
  3. Feed the wires down through the space between the housing and jacket. Position the switch in the housing and install the 3 retaining screws.



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Fig. Fig. 6: Lock levers and spring assembly installed

  1. Place the lock cylinder in the LOCK position, and press it into place in the column. It will snap into position.
  2. The remainder of assembly is the reverse of disassembly.

Aug 14, 2011 | 1984 Dodge Pickup 4WD

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We have a swingline model #690 - after loading with new staples, it does not staple. It is plugged in and makes a sound like it's stapling but does not release a staple.


1. Make sure you have the correct staples for the machine. The type appears to be:
Swingline 50050 Cartridge Staples, Chisel Point, 1/2"" Crown, 3/16"" Leg, 5000 Per Box High-quality Swingline cartridge

2. Check the cartridge to make sure there are no visible jams.

3. Contact the manufacturer at http://www.acco.com/swingline/, or
Repair Service/Technical Support:
Phone: 800.790.7787

Apr 18, 2011 | Swingline Portable Electric Stapler

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Need to remove cover arount stearing weel but ignition need to come out first how to take ignition out


There are 4 holes in the bottom of the steering wheel column cover. 3 of them are the screws you removed.
The 4th hole ( towards the ign cylinder ) is the release pin.
Turn the key to the Run position
Insert a punch or drift in the hole, while pulling out on the key, it should slide right out if you have the release tab pressed in far enough.

Sep 22, 2010 | 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew

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How can i remove a ignition lock cylinder from a 98 lincoln town car


Ford vehicles usually have a small hole under the ignition lock cylinder that allows access to the release for the cylinder. I assume Lincoln has a similar setup. Turn the ignition to on and locate the small hole in the steering column trim, use a long thin punch and stick it in the hole depressing the release. You should be able to gently pull the lock cylinder out now.

Sep 05, 2010 | 1998 Lincoln Town Car

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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***

Apr 18, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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