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I need a gear for an Aurora AS1532x is it worth it to replace?\r\nWhere can i locate one? Thanks Dave

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I was having the same problem with my shredder. I called customer service; I was informed it was the gears on the inside of my shredder. My shredder is no longer under warranty. Don't open your shredder if under warranty because it will void your warranty with Aurora if you do. However, she is mailing me out the part I need for a small fee. Their customer service number is 1-800-327-8508 in the USA and international only 1-310-793-5650. I do hope this help you!

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