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    It is an Olympia model 3825.

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    Ronald Park May 11, 2010

    Need to know type and model of the shredder.

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TRy going to factory-express.com That is the place I found that seems the best bet for you. They have a listing for your shredder which is a lot better than many of the places I checked out. So try them and Good Luck.

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