Question about Fellowes PS80C-2 Shredder
This nylon cog had been because it was overloaded with card,silly people I live with
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In my limited experience, you should cut the aggrivation factor and discard/replace your machine.
I did eventually find (supposedly) a soruce for parts. What I got was not the proper part at relatively high price. There was of course a restocking fee and shipping that made it uneconomical to return the wrong parts I received. By the time you get this sturdy machine apart, the PROPER parts, get it back together (some times, a trick all itself) you will have a realatively big investment and a old shredder.
The next question catcher that comes along may give you entirely different advice. This is my experience from several years ago. Good luck what ever you decide to do.
Free advice, my friend.
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Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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