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After ejecting five staples, my staple gun stopped pulling staples into the feed and ejecting them. It makes the shooting sound, but nothing comes out. I examined it for staple jam, but found nothing.


staple guns are feed from the rear by a spring. check and see that the spring is still douing its job. if this isa air feed,inpact gunn, clean ejector ports and staple slide.

Apr 26, 2017 | Staples Tools & Hardware - Others

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How to put the spring back in the handle of Arrow T50 Stapler?


Ref. recocking the spring handle in your Arrow T 50 Stapler
1. secure the stapler in a vise. You need three hands to recock the handle spring.
2. Using a notched tack lifter hand tool, with one hand holding the handle so as to expose the spring, place the notched tool against the spring arm and force it to the rear. it will now be under tension.
3. Wiggle the handle into position so that you can quickly insert the clevis pin. Once secured, let go your handle that is now under tension. Replace clevis ring.
4. Dry fire to test.

Sep 18, 2014 | Arrow Staple T50 3/8"" Monel stainless...

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It quit working after putting 10 staples--- spring will not return


Sounds like you have a damaged or bent staple stuck at the business end' of the machine.

Nov 21, 2013 | Powershot Tool Company Tools & Hardware -...

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Stanley tr-70 spring has no tension


It sounded good but made no sense. How do you remove the trigger/ squeeze handle assembly? This thing (Stanley TR70) is riveted together. The only piece that is removable is the staple feed tray.

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Bostitch Mlll floor stapler drives a staple only on about every third try.


If the tool sounds like it is firing when its struck but its not driving staples, there may be a problem with the feed magazine. Possibly something stuck in the staple slot keeping them from sliding through. Or possible the pusher spring is weak. This spring feeds the staples into the unit.

Dec 26, 2010 | Stanley Bostitch MIIIFN Flooring Nailers

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How to refill


In the back of the handle at the end, there is a clip that needs to be flipped and then pull the tab downward while pulling outward. It does not open per say, but you pull the spring loader out of the handle. You will see two rails inside of the opening once the spring loader is out of the way, just lay a strip of staples on the rails and re-insert the spring loader and clip in the reverse order that you too it apart. It works very similar to a normal desk stapler. The spring loader pushes staples into the staging mode so when the plunger pushes downward it pushes the staple with it. I hope this helps in good luck!
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Staple gun jammed after falling into water puddle


Remove the magazine and shake out all excess water from the tool. WD-40 is merely for Water Displacement, hence the name WD-40. You need to lubricate with shop grade oil. Inspect the driver head to make sure the surface is flat and free of dings or nicks. In order for your tool to work properly it needs to be able to feed without interruption, and the driver head needs to be able to move back to **** and forward to fire without hinderance. After insuring that all parts are in proper working order, reassemble, load, and fire. This should fix your problem 90% of the time. If not, then check the magazine spring to make sure it is delivering a strong drive to the loaded staples or nails, if not, you need to either use more of either to put more pressure on the spring, or you need to replace the spring all together.

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How to replace spring


Hope the following is clear if not write back and I'll try to clarify, if you look at the body of the stabler molded to the body there is a bump that is round on the botton and kinda notched on top. the round part of the spring fits around the bump. The spring has a straight side and bent side. the straight side rests against the a flat bump which is slight back and lower than the round bump. the bent side clips into the notch on the handle (clip this end in last) I used a plier but there is very little tension involved the spring just returns the handle to the at rest position,

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