Question about Stanley Tools Hammer Staple/Tacker - PHT150C

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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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Sometimes a bit of the staple material will be sheared off and jam the hammer in its guide, keeping the tool compressed. On the business end of a PHT150 there is a notch in the hammer housing and a slot on the staple carrier. Most times a standard screwdriver can be used by sticking the tip straight into the slot and using the notch to leverage the the two apart. If not, you can clamp the hammer housing in a vise and, using the screwdriver in the carrier slot, tap away from the hammer housing to release the jamb.

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Here is a link to the instruction manual, with cleaning instructions that apply to clearing a jam. You may have to force the driver (or plunger) back in by firmly pressing on it with the edge of a flat head screwdrive or nail set or some such tool, being careful not to deform the end which drives the staple.

All it essentially offers is this:

SIMPLE TO LOAD

1. Press end clip in, then up.

2. Pull out spring assembly.

3. Load staples into channel.

4. Reinsert spring assembly and

snap end clip into place.

EASILY DISASSEMBLED

FOR CLEANING:

1. Squeeze stapling end of hammer

tacker together, taking care to

avoid sharp staple.

2. Remove locking pin.

3. Press end clip in, then up.

4. Pull out spring assembly.

5. Remove staple channel.
6.Clear and reassemble.

They are somewhat prone to jamming.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

Posted on Jul 07, 2011

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1. Press end clip in, then up.

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