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How to remove staples from bostitch T5 model only to change type of staples

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Lift the hinged guard on the front of the stapler and while open use a pencil or similar object to depress the striker (above the staples). This will release the spring catch and the staples will move forward. Use caution and catch the staples as they come out under spring pressure.

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