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WD-40 probably hasn't killed it, most of it will evaporate in time. It can cause the shredder to get gummed up with little paper particles so you might need to clean it out with some compressed air. I wouldn't use any sprays on a shredder unless Fellowes recommends it.
Use WD-40. No tools needed. Tip the washer on its backside and remove the beltTurn the main drive pulley to release the brake and spray some WD-40 under the brake liner. The squeak will magically disapear. Rate it or hate it: