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The first neoprene (plastic) gear wheel that makes contact with motor shaft axel (Metal) is damaged. The metal shaft that has the teeth that match the neoprene (Plastic) has stripped the plastic teeth off, thus not allowing the gear to move. Where can I get a new Plastic gear for model OM 96578?

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What brand is it ? Shredder tech ( colorado) write back.

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