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Plactic drive gears

The two gears are striped that drive the cutting wheels, have no manual where can i find replacement parts

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    Have a Staples shredder and the plastic drive gears also sheared teeth. Would like to find someone to fix it or get the parts to fix it myself.

  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2008

    I have a Staples shredder with striped plastic gears. Looking for replacement gears

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This is how a got my hard to fine gear!

Contact Michael Business Machines for your local dealer 1-800-223-2508

Good luck, Tom

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Let me know if this helps.


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