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I need to replace my staple supply for a Powerfast model #31600 and Im having difficulty finding 3/8" staples ( it uses heavy duty #36806) that have the correct width can you help regards Tom

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  • Tom Murdoch Sep 05, 2010

    That's fine but I need an email address so I can purchase online, I do live in Australia afterall.

    many thanks

    Tom

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Http://www.bizrate.com/staples/powerfast-staple-gun-31600/
Well there is a link, also Ebay has them too i believe.

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Hi. Contact powerfast directly using this contact info.

Power Fast Inc.
63 Dell Glen Ave.
Lodi, NJ 07644
Phone: 973-772-4090I need to replace my - powerfast-email.gif

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