Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
It may be possible to remove the collection bin and work from the underside of the shredder. Some of these shredders allow for disassembly with screws from the underside of the top. Some of the screws may be covered with a sticker. Manufacturers cover screws with stickers for warranty purposes.....it helps them identify whether or not unauthorized service took place.
These shredders also utilize plastic gears that will strip when something gets caught in the shredder portion. Once those gears are stripped, it is often best to purchase a new shredder.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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