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The rear half of my glue gun broke. Can I buy a replacement. the heat chamber etc is ok.

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Idea as to cost of this and how it works please


The cost of a glue gun varies between $5-$20 for a good one.
The glue gun works based on heat, in the front of the glue gun there is a heating element, once you install the glue cartridge and press the trigger the glue cartridge is pressed thru the heated element who melts the glue forcing it thru the front nozzle

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When i push the handle on my glue gun no glue is coming out


The glue gun heats the glue and melts it. It is the only way it can come out since it is solid otherwise. If the gun is not getting hot enough the question is why and the answer must revolve around the heat. Is there an on/off switch that is not working right, is the gun getting hot? Is power actually getting into the glue gun? And finally has the heating element failed? It is a pretty simple devce so if it is a cheap one and just doesn't work the less aggravating and inexpensive solution, after seeing why it isn';t functioning, is to buy a replacement.

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My glue gun stopped squirting melted glue. The volt of the outlet is 250v. My gun's volt is 230v.


Is the glue not heating at all? or is it melting but just not squirting out? In general, a 230 volt gun should work in a 250 volt outlet. If it was bought in Europe, Australia, etc. than it might have different wiring that would cause a problem for use in America, but if you bought it in the states, the problem must be with the gun itself

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My glue gun doesn't heat up the glue stick.


Is the light on? The problem may be electrical, you can try plugging it into a different outlet. Try one that you are sure is working (ie unplug something that is already working and try the glue gun there). If it is getting power, there must be a problem with the interior heating coil, in which case you will have to unscrew the casing and replace some parts

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Gun will not heat but the battery seems to be working because the light on the glue gun is on


something is probably wrong with the heating element. you can try to fix it yourself by unscrewing the plastic casing, or take it to a repair shop, or buy a new gun

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with a little heat, use a heat gun use someting like a small saw to cut in half then use a ravor and keep diging to release the glue holding it to glass, this takes time, but can be done,try to remove peices of the latch little by little, some times just heating and a blade does the trick,

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Are you in the UK? The fuse in the plug might need replacing. I had the same problem with glue guns. It's not worth buying an expansive one. The cheap ones might take a bit longer to heat up but the last just as long if not longer. I can never tell when the element will go.

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Plug the glue gun into an electrical outlet. Make sure it is placed in a secure place, away from flammable items. As the glue gun heats up, a little bit of glue might drip from the end so you won’t want to leave it on a wood table or on carpet. Insert a glue stick into the back of the glue gun. If the glue gun already has a glue stick in the chamber, keep a second one in reserve nearby. Gather the materials you want to glue together. Hot glue works exceptionally well on thick fabrics, dried flowers, Styrofoam, wood and plastics. Since it leaves a thicker residue, it is not the best choice for thin papers, fabrics and ceramics. Check to see if the glue in the gun has melted by squeezing the trigger slightly and touching the tip to a test piece of paper. If the glue comes out easily, the glue gun has heated up fully. If the trigger is hard to pull, wait a minute more for the gun to heat more completely. Pick up the glue gun and squeeze the trigger slightly while you draw a thin line on one side of the item to be glued. Immediately place the other object to be glued on the glue line, pressing firmly. Hold the two pieces together for about 15 seconds. Test to see if the item still holds when you remove one hand. Let the item set for a few minutes in order to “cure.” Once the glue has dried fully, use a fingernail to scrape away any of the excess glue.

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