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Stapler came apart spring and rod came out and I can't replace them correctly

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Load staples in et50 arrow stapler


It will probably have a release at the bottom rear of the stapler. Just push the release in and down to release the rod/spring assembly (the release catch may be silver in color). Drop in a stick of staples the reinsert the rod/spring and reengage the release.

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How to put the spring back in the handle of Arrow T50 Stapler?


Ref. recocking the spring handle in your Arrow T 50 Stapler
1. secure the stapler in a vise. You need three hands to recock the handle spring.
2. Using a notched tack lifter hand tool, with one hand holding the handle so as to expose the spring, place the notched tool against the spring arm and force it to the rear. it will now be under tension.
3. Wiggle the handle into position so that you can quickly insert the clevis pin. Once secured, let go your handle that is now under tension. Replace clevis ring.
4. Dry fire to test.

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How do you open/refill this stapler?


Push the top of the lever located on the back of the stapler.It will pop out on a spring. Slide a new strip of staples in and push spring/rod assemble back in until it clicks into place.

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WHERE do I open it to refill it??


Located on the end opposite of where the staples come out, there is a spring loaded cap. Push it in toward the base of the stapler and slightly down to release the retaining hook. then let the spring release the pressure rod and pull it out. Connedted to the end of the rod you will see a plunger that is shaped like a short run of staples. Make a mental note of how and where this plunger slides into the base of the stapler. Place a run of staples into the stapler in the same manner that the plunger fits then replace the plunger into the same place following the run of staples. Compress the spring into the stapler and attach the hook as it was. Now you are ready to work.

NOTE: If you cannot compress the spring enough into the stapler you have inserted too many staples, just remove some of the run of staples and try again.

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My craftsman easy fire stapler diagram


Mine stopped working last night. I took it apart and was able to reassemble it properly.

When both sides are rejoined the tip of the spring has to be inserted in the hole on the corresponding side (note red arrows on both pics)

This is a great stapler when it's working.

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Problem loading gun..Where do we put in the staples and change the dial to accomodate it? fred


The staples should load in through the end of the hammer stapler. The end is spring loaded to push the staples forward, so push the end - usually a crome square - into the handle end then move that part up approximately 1/4 inch and pull back. The spring mechanism should slide out so you can add new staples. These staplers take a specific size of staple and a certain number to allow you to put the spring mechanism back into the stapler. If you do not know the correct size for your stapler someone at your local hardware store can help you find the correct size and they will probably even show you how to load it. Good luck!

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The spring has come out and we don't know where to put it


The Spring keep the Staples against the Stapler driving tool. Normally there is a metal pad to push against the staples, a rod that goes thru the Spring with a metal latch that locks inside the Stapler.

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B310HDS Stanley Bostitch stapler rod to lock stapes has plastic t


I have the same problem and have found no answers from Stanley Bostitch customer service. They redirect to a telephone number that does not answer.
Solution: Don't buy Stanley Bostitch.

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Duofast stapler shoots a staple as soon as i plug in the air


I have rebuilt many older Duofast staplers and have seen the problem that you describe. Duofast staplers have twice as many orings as other brands of nailers. Some people say that the nailers are over-engineered. I say that they were built to last a lifetime and need extra care when working on them. Duofast relies on various springs to reset functions or operations. For example there is a spring within the trigger valve that you do not see when you are rebuilding that may be weak and cant overcome the friction of the new orings. That spring resets the trigger after firing. If you replaced all the orings but did not replace any of the springs within the gun, it will take a while for the gun to get back to normal. I use new springs and lube all the parts with silicone lube instead of oil. Silicone lube is sold at Lowes in the plumbing department. It is used to lube orings in faucets. Instead of taking the gun apart, try using a little extra nailer oil in the gun and cycle the gun with-out nails dozens of times to work-in the new orings. If the problem does not go away, take a look at a breakdown and try streaching all the springs just a bit, or make sure that all the springs are in place. Also make sure that the head gasket is in good shape or the oring that seals the headvalve port to the body. Good Luck with your repair and email if you have other questions.

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See above


317b762.jpg4a538aa.jpg067f3f0.jpg5077a62.jpgca392ef.jpge76904e.jpg77309d5.jpgThis is an older b&d stapler but the designs are similar in most cases. The position of the springs, and the order you put them in, are an obvious factor.
The parts that overlap go in after the parts underneath.
When you have one half assembeled you should not have to force the cover to go on, it should just sit in place while you put the screws back in.
If the handle coil spring and the flat spring are not seated properly the top cover will not go on easily.
These types of staplers are designed to clear from jamming without being taken apart, the staples, under normal circumstances, do not have access to the body of the unit past the flat spring.
As with any tool forcing the tool after a fault will only make matters worse, I would try some light oil or spray lubricant first before taking anything apart, these springs can be a pain to get back in, which is why I have not taken this one any further apart. Hope this helps you. If it does please let fixya know.
Regards
Les

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