Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
You have to pop/pry the blue plastic cover off with a screwdriver blade or something similar. The you unscrew the silver colored piece, then there is a piece of plastic, usually gray, which has a magnet on it, land clinging to the magnet will be your old blade. Remove old blade--watch your fingers, and you can use the magnet to get the new blades out of its plastic case. Align blade and gray magnet--there is notch at the top, put the screw back on and pop back the blue pastil cap. Voila I ran into the same problem until I realized the directions were on the cardboard backing of my replacement blades. DUH!
Posted on May 20, 2011
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