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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: staple gun
Open the chamber and drop the staples upright in to the chamber do not try to load the staples by placing them on the strip that pulls out as you do with most staple guns.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Push in and down the silver color piece at the end of the gun. Pull piece and spring out. Load staples, end down. Reassemble.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
there should be a button on the bottom rear of the gun, when you press it, it should release a bar that you pull back. the nails go in the dirction you nail them. sometimes the clips are too big for the guns and you have to break about an inch off of them
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
SOURCE: how do you load nails?
are NOT loaded on top of the pull out shaft; they are inserted directly
into the slot that opens when you pull the shaft out. If the nose of
the tool is not placed firmly against a surface, it will not fire.
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Here is a step by step:
Unplug the tool.
Squeeze the end of the shaft at the rear bottom of the tool and pull out the shaft.
Flip the tool over on it’s back.
Insert the staples, (points up) and then slide the shaft back in.
Plug it in, press the on button (under the the power cord in the back). Press the nose squarely against the material and press the trigger.
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Posted on Mar 06, 2010
The nails fit one side same place as the staples its usually on right side but may not matter. I hope this helps please rate if the answer helps in any way. Good Luck and have a great weekend.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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Here is the link but I copied the instructions here too
Loading Staples or Nails
Make sure there are no staples or nails jammed from previous usage by checking the handle operation.
CAUTION: IF A STAPLE OR NAIL IS JAMMED, POINT THE GUN AWAY FROM
YOURSELF AND OTHERS BEFORE OPENING THE TRACK AS THE JAMMED
STAPLE OR NAIL MAY BE FIRED OUT UPON OPENING
i) Point the bottom of the gun away from you and turn gun sideways.
ii) Turn gun up, grip track release buttons and push away to release, then slide the track out, as shown (fig. 1).
iii) Insert a strip of staples in the chamber with the legs pointing up (fig.1a). If nails are required, turn gun upside
down and tilt the gun away from yourself and load on the right hand side (as indicated on graphics at the
staple and nail exit) with point facing upwards (fig.1b) THE GUN MAY JAM IF NAILS ARE INSERTED IN THE
iv) Slide staple or nail track back into closed position - a click indicates that it is locked in position.
Your staple and nail gun is now ready for use.
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