Question about Black & Decker 5700 Powershot Forward Action Stapler

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I know this is an old saw but is in very good order but the main drive gear
has striped some nylon teeth (this is the gear with the metal gear chain drive)

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    Bobby May 11, 2010

    What exactly do you need help with. If you could provide a detailed description of what you need help with, we should be able to help you. Thanks



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I have the same problem. The combined nylon gear and chain sprocket is now obsolete and no longer supplied by Black and Decker so it is down to stockists who may still have this part available. I have tried all the official spares stockists without success so any suggestions?

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Go to the shop and buy a drive gear

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