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Won't staple, the staples move and their appears to be nothing to keep them in place

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Hello there:
when you purchase staples for this particular gun even though you might get a staple that is says it fits this gun you need to look at the type of staple if you get the one that says heavy duty it will not work it took me 2 times to find out the right ones for this gun it comes in a green box and says standard duty on it not heavy duty this is where most people make their mistake. ok?
best regards michael

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Staple Gun Troubleshooting

Most of the staple gun models lack an "anvil" — the metal plate with curved slots that office staplers use to bend the legs of the staple inwards and flattens them against the paper. Staples set with a staple gun retain their straight legs, and are held in place only by static friction of the legs against the compressed surrounding material, much like common nails. Indeed, some staple gun models can handle brads and nails as well as staples. Some staple guns also use divergent point staples where the legs twist as the staple drives into the surface providing superior holding power.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Stanley TR70 Manual Stapler won't accept Arrow 1/4" staples

It sounds like you have a light duty stapler and are trying to use heavy duty staples. 1/4" refers to the length of the legs not the thickness of the actual staple. You probably just need light duty staples.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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On this model, there should be a spring on the arm. Compress the spring and put the staples in. When you close it, the metal part on the end of the spring holds the staples tight.

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Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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Open the chamber and drop the staples upright in to the chamber do not try to load the staples by placing them on the strip that pulls out as you do with most staple guns.

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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I have a stanley heavy duty stapler TC110. When I put my staples in, they don't seem to be catching. There is some black part sticking out of the end where the staples should come out. It looks like...


The staples load on the underside of the stapler.
Step 1 Push down and retract the stapler pushup mechanism.
Step 2 Position the stapler so that the moving hammer handle is down
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My PHT150 SharpShooter is jammed and won't spring back. The staple plunger is sticking out and won't retract.


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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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The staples don't come out. I have taken it apart


Make sure that the driver blade is all the way up to top of travel (push driver up with thin tool). Load staples and check that the first staple moved into position by looking down nose. If the driver is all the way up out of the way of the path of the staples and staples do not move into place check of debris or wrong staples. If first staple is in position fire nailer several times. If only one staples then miss, driver is not returning to top. This is usually caused by poor seal at the bottom of cylinder, cracked lower bumper or piston orings are too tight or too loose. Good luck

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How do you load the staples


at the back of the staple gun is a clip you need to move this down from the lock position like a lever, the back will then slide out for placement of more staples, then slowly slide into place and place the clip back into lock position. hope this helps.

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This is an ongoing problem with this tool. Between inadvertently moving it while using it and the constant rebound of the tool, the setting gets changed. The only suggestion I have is to duct tape the setting wheel into position.

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Never let a youngster play with the staple guns. Even the manual ones eject staples with a great deal of force. If something is strong enough o enter solid wood, it is too dangerous for kids. Keep these locked up or in some safe place away from the kids. Keep the safety latch on at all times when you aren’t using it. This will prevent accidents but remember not all staple guns have this feature so you may want to look into finding one that does if you have children around. Of course, you don’t point the gun at anyone else and you keep your fingers out of the way of the staples. With a little common sense, stapling can be a fast, safe and simple way to do all kinds of repairs and projects around the house.

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