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Can't find part number

I have a Fellowes powershred 380cc. The white nylon gear located on the motor drive shaft is missing a tooth. I can not find the part number for the gear.
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I would like you to find the bar code on your shredder. Once you find the bar code label look right under the bar code strip and get the numbers. It is a serial number.

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