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Lost the spring that holds the staples in model strapgun 12-14 how can i get new 1

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No spring needed
Turn staplegun upside down. At
rear of tool, squeeze latch on
end of staple channel (see Fig-
ure 4). Pull staple channel cover
out of staple channel until it stops
(see Figure 4).
3. Drop staples into staple
channel. Make sure staple
points are facing up (see
Figure 4).
4. Slide staple channel cover
back into staple channel until it

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