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Shredder no longer runs

I was shredding about 2-3 pages and once the pages went through, the shredder just stopped. It won't go in reverse either. It's been a couple days and it still doesn't work.

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  • tedlarsen Aug 06, 2008

    I've jammed the shredder and can't get the paper out of the blades. It won't shred....the motor still runs in normal, but not in reverse, but it is so jammed that nothing moves thru.

  • pourinsight Aug 13, 2008

    nylon gear inside drive case broke a tooth.

    can we get parts?

    where?

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