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Without a manual, look at the picture of the calculator. Mount the paper, with the feed coming forward and over the top of the calculator. Insert the paper (recommend cutting it flush) into the feed slot in the back. Then use the paper advance key to advance the paper through the rollers. Unfortunately the manual is not available from the Staples website. Good Luck,
First try moving the switch manually to reverse. The machine should start. This may cause some paper to appear in the slot where you place the paper to be shredded. If it doesn't start, your problem may be more serious or complex and you should get in touch with the Staples store where you purchased it.
It may be that the paper you are trying to use is too lightweight. Try inserting a piece of cardboard (SLOWLY SO AS NOT TO LET THE BLADES CATCH THE CARDBOARD - LETTING IT CATCH THE CARDBOARD MAY BE BEYOND THE UNIT'S CAPACITY). If this starts the shredder, quickly remove the cardboard. If it continues to run (cycle), you may have had some paper blocking it.
Hopefully this has done the trick and everything now works. If not, talk to the Staples store where you bought it.
Unplug the shredder... Take the top off and turn it upside down. Use a screwdriver to take the lower cowling off and look at the motor. If the mounting area where the motor sits looks melted at all, the machine is toast. If the motor mounting area looks good, look at the slot where the paper is inserted... there should be a sensor (that "sees" the paper when you insert it) at the paper slot. Check to see that the sensor isn't damaged.
Cleaning of the paper sensors is essential. Blowing on the center of the paper insert area will clear the paper fibers near the sensor but not all. Since my shredder was way past warranty, I opted to remove the 7 screws on the back of shredder mechanism, gingerly remove the shredding mechanism from its seat and there I found, wedged in between one of the sensors, a solitary paper fiber. That ominous, evil paper fiber was wedged in so tight that even the jet engine blasts from a 747 aircraft would have not dislodged the paper fiber. Making use of a Qtip, I dislodged the paper fiber, cleaned out all remaining paper fibers in and around the inside of the housing, then reassembled the unit. It has worked satisfactorily since then.
unplug it and then use compressed air (duster can used for pc's) spray this into unit and into teeth area. This should dislodge any unseen material.. (TIP - don't put any staples or clips in the shredder) even thou it says you can - this can cause a jam as well as not recognize paper. I recommend you get Shredder OIL to use 1 a month to keep your shedder in good condition
Hi, You cannot add staples while there are still some left in the cartridge, you will have to wait until it is all finished, the paper holder comes out from the bottom of the cartridge, remove the old staple paper holder, pay careful attention or put a mark on the outside, now you are ready to insert the new staples in the cartridge. First you need to remove the new staples and take out the wrapper carefully, line up the arrow with the cartridge and insert it into the cartridge then snap it into place, replace the cartridge in the machine when you are done.
This fix is for the small finisher that hangs on the machine, it`s called M1 Finisher.
open rear access door and check out if there is any tape in and around the rollers or any torn paper or any staples there..
turn printer upside down and oprn bottom p[aper tray check out if there is any paper stuck there.
take power cord out of printer and again insert it back. ur printer will work fine