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After ejecting five staples, my staple gun stopped pulling staples into the feed and ejecting them. It makes the shooting sound, but nothing comes out. I examined it for staple jam, but found nothing.


staple guns are feed from the rear by a spring. check and see that the spring is still douing its job. if this isa air feed,inpact gunn, clean ejector ports and staple slide.

Apr 26, 2017 | Staples Tools & Hardware - Others

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NEED INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO ASSEMBLE INTERNAL SPRINGS AND PARTS...


After disassembling my EasyShot 5650, I had the same problem with the pesky spring. NOTE: The spring in question is NOT the tension spring for the staples.

The picture shows the internal schematics of an EasyShot 5650 staple gun or tacker by Arrow. It was taken from a reverse engineering project for school kids. Unlike the boring grey one in the picture, the most updated version of the EasyShot 5650 comes in translucent jewel tones.
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Oct 08, 2014 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Staple tension


The spring is either broken, or it's come off. Replace or re-attach the spring

Apr 29, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Stanley tr-70 spring has no tension


It sounded good but made no sense. How do you remove the trigger/ squeeze handle assembly? This thing (Stanley TR70) is riveted together. The only piece that is removable is the staple feed tray.

Mar 01, 2012 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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How do i load the gun with staples


There is a clip at the lower rear of the stapler--lift this clip upwards which releases the staple tension device which is the clip, a rod, a long spring, and a 'U' shaped clip on the far end. Pull this device all the way out, insert one length of staples into the slot that is revealed, then reinsert the tension device until the small clip re-locks at the rear of the stapler frame. One staple ejects per squeeze of the firing lever--hold the nose of the stapler firmly to the material to allow penetration of the staple. Hope this helps!

Jan 03, 2011 | Arrow T25 Staple Gun

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Staple gun jammed after falling into water puddle


Remove the magazine and shake out all excess water from the tool. WD-40 is merely for Water Displacement, hence the name WD-40. You need to lubricate with shop grade oil. Inspect the driver head to make sure the surface is flat and free of dings or nicks. In order for your tool to work properly it needs to be able to feed without interruption, and the driver head needs to be able to move back to **** and forward to fire without hinderance. After insuring that all parts are in proper working order, reassemble, load, and fire. This should fix your problem 90% of the time. If not, then check the magazine spring to make sure it is delivering a strong drive to the loaded staples or nails, if not, you need to either use more of either to put more pressure on the spring, or you need to replace the spring all together.

Mar 02, 2010 | Stanley TR250 H Heavy Duty Heavy Duty...

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I have a tr250 nobody can show the loading part for the stapler.i need parts (no tension on staples)no spring or part that push against staple need part number & price. thank you Doug


I suggest you visit your local hardware store (Ace/Westlake) or you can try EBay, I've found numerous parts at great prices on there and they will usually designate what they will work with. Hope this helps. In the future, remove the material from your gun while keeping it stored, as this will weaken your magazine feed spring.

Jun 18, 2009 | Stanley TR250 H Heavy Duty Heavy Duty...

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Surebonder 4.8 v cordless stapler


with mine there is a fine spring on the plunger which holds the staples in which i restretch every now and then you could also try checking for jammed staples and putting one or two drops of oil on the shaft that pushes the staples down after the oil operate afew times empty of staples see if this helps bestaluck glenn

Oct 26, 2008 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Staple gun has staples but quit working.


I hae the same problem. I don't know the real names of the parts so I will make up my own and try to describe them. The problem with mine is that the "hammer" (the piece in front that slams down on the staple and shoots it out) is broken. The "hammer" has two notches that the tension spring (actually a metal bar with two tongs not to be confused with the spring the returns the handle to the at rest position) fits into. One of these notches on the hammer is broken. Therefore one side is not attached to the tension spring the causing the other side to slip off and since the hammer is not connect to the tension spring you get no resistance. Unfortunately I could not find anywhere that sells a replacement peice.

Sep 18, 2008 | Black & Decker 5700 Powershot Forward...

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