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Jam How do you open the P22 stapler to remove jammed staples. There is a sleeve of staples in the gun that will not come out.

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You'll have to disassemble it. There is probably a staple lodged in the "hammer" mechanism on the business end of the stapler.

Often, these staple are very difficult to remove -- a very small flat-tip screwdriver and needle-nose pliers usually work best.

After you get all the jammed staples out, lubricate all moving parts with something akin to 3-IN-1 machine oil. This should prevent future jams.

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there is a spring follower in the base with a hook that latches into the body of the stapler. press in then down to unlatch the follower.

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