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Manual for Office Depot® Heavy-Duty Stapler - Office Equipment & Supplies

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At the rear of the stapler is latched retainer(looks triangular when viewed from the side). Push it forward (toward th other end of the stapler) and lift up and back. This will release the "tray" that holds the staples.70a3245.jpg

Posted on Oct 31, 2010

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When you lift up the top of the stapler (as though you are going to put staples in), does the pusher slide freely back and forth? It might be getting stuck at some point and not pushing the staples (either due to a worn pusher spring, or friction). First (after removing the staples) try spraying some light oil on the mechanism and lifting the top part of the stapler up and down a few times and observe how easily it moves back and forth. Also, with the top open try GENTLY sliding back and forth a little - if it slides fine with no sticking, try loading staples and using stapler. If it slides ok, but doesn't quickly return to it's "normal position" when pulled so as to put tension on the spring, rhen the spring may be worn and need replacing.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: instructions on how to load a swingline heavy duty

You pull up and back on the stapler head. Then pull out the spring that keeps the staples loaded. Be careful as the spring is very strong. Then put in the staples and put the spring back in behind the staples.

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SOURCE: What size staples for a Cobra heavy Duty stapler?

Take it to home depot or lowes, they will sell you the right ones.

Posted on Feb 22, 2011

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    • 1 Remove the follow block at the back of the stapler by pushing the mechanism in, lifting the block up over the holding hooks and sliding it out from the stapler. The follow block is the spring-loaded mechanism that holds the staples in place within the stapler.
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  1. Remove the follow block at the back of the stapler by pushing the mechanism in, lifting the block up over the holding hooks and sliding it out from the stapler. The follow block is the spring-loaded mechanism that holds the staples in place within the stapler.
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