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My arrow HT55 hammer tacker is jammed and will not work

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A hammer tacker is a device somewhat similar to a staple gun, except that the mechanical energy from the user's muscles is stored — as in a hammer — as momentum of the gun itself, rather than as compression of an internal spring. This type of stapler is typically used for insulation, roofing and carpeting.

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My Stanley PHT150 is jammed and I cannot remove the staple channel. The instructions do not address a jammed staple channel so, how does one remove it?


Hi Dave,

Nice and easy this one.... all you've got to do is remove the chrome coloured pin at the handle end. This then allows the magazine to be removed by pulling it from the front end. Just make sure that you've removed the pusher (Where you feed the staples in) from the back first

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I have a Stanley SharpShooter PHT150 that's jammed. I would like a diagram/instruction sheet showing how to fix this problem. Thanks.


Here is a copy of the instruction manual for your stapler.

1. Press end clip in, then up.

2. Pull out spring assembly.

3. Load staples into channel.

4. Reinsert spring assembly and

snap end clip into place.

EASILY DISASSEMBLED

FOR CLEANING:

1. Squeeze stapling end of hammer

tacker together, taking care to

avoid sharp staple.

2. Remove locking pin.

3. Press end clip in, then up.

4. Pull out spring assembly.

5. Remove staple channel.
6.Clear and reassemble


I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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My PHT150 SharpShooter is jammed and won't spring back. The staple plunger is sticking out and won't retract.


Sometimes a bit of the staple material will be sheared off and jam the hammer in its guide, keeping the tool compressed. On the business end of a PHT150 there is a notch in the hammer housing and a slot on the staple carrier. Most times a standard screwdriver can be used by sticking the tip straight into the slot and using the notch to leverage the the two apart. If not, you can clamp the hammer housing in a vise and, using the screwdriver in the carrier slot, tap away from the hammer housing to release the jamb.

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A staple jammed in the moving part (driver?) when using to staple. How do I clear the jam?


first remove the the spring loaded rod that keeps the staples in place and tight, if you can see any part of the jammed staple , grab it with pliers or vice grips and pull it out any way you can , might be more than one staple jammed too, turn stapler upside down to dump out any loose staples and debris , keep working until she frees up , if you still cant get it out might have to loosen screws up that hold it together, a little light lubricant will be good for it too . then load it back up with staples and put tension rod back in, i always try to keep it full of staples at all times ,like when it gets 2/3 empty , fill it up, this will ensure good tension on the business end of the staples!!

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My gun will not shoot staples after loaded I thin there is a part missing


Staple gun are simple device and the 'shooting' mechanism is just a sring loaded bar that hammers the staple out: the problem is usually a jam/stuck staple where the staple in the orifice where the staple comes out. Just use a small screwdriver and /or plier to remove the stuck staple which could be jammed against the hammer bar. You may need to force the hammer bar backwards with the help of your small flat head screwdriver.

Hope it helps!

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REATTACH PARTS


Should slifde right together from the back. If you will go to the company web site, there is an exploded picture there for your convenience.

I hope this helps

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A hammer tacker is a device somewhat similar to a staple gun, except that the mechanical energy from the user's muscles is stored — as in a hammer — as momentum of the gun itself, rather than as compression of an internal spring. This type of stapler is typically used for insulation, roofing and carpeting.

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