Question about Fellowes Powershred PS-65C Shredder
I did a really silly thing, I tried to shred plastic in my shredder and now the teeth are gummed up with plastic. I took it completely apart but can not seem to get the teeth apart to completely clean them out. Is there anyway to do that? Thank you so much!
Sorry, but no. There isn't really a way, unless you are very technically minded, to take the teeth apart and clean them. You might try, using a paperclip, I find that I have to do that on occasion to clear out the pieces that get caught in between the teeth.
or maybe, just a thought,?... You can use a product called goof off, it does come in a aerosol can as well, in addition to small bottles of the product in liquid form. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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