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I have jammed a bostitch t5 staple gun and would like to know how to unjam it

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I took the front off to unjam mine and i pulled the spring out, no clue where to reattach it too, should i just take the whole thing apart and try to fix it and put it back together, if so i need to know how to get it all apart

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If you take the pins out that hold the front off it will allow you to get at the jammed staple but be careful how every thing comes apart it will not work if shims and washers are not replaced right

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