How do you unjam a staple?
A paper clip is the perfect size for picking at a jammed stapler. The method is the same as above, using the loop of the paperclip to try to loosen the jammed staple up so it falls out of the magazine. You can also try to pick out the jammed staple with the point of the paperclip, gliding it out.
Why is my arrow staple gun not working?
Troubleshooting a staple gun such as the Arrow T50 is often as simple as unclogging a jam in the mechanism. This happens when a staple lodges inside the tool, usually at an angle so that no other staples can come out. Troubleshooting takes only a few minutes using household tools.
Can you fix a staple gun that is jammed?
But getting a staple jammed in the gun can really disrupt your flow, especially if you still have a lot left to staple. Fortunately, unjamming a staple gun isn’t hard, and you only need a screwdriver and a pair of needle-nose pliers to fix most models. If you have any concerns, consult your owner’s manual to figure out what your staple gun needs.
How do you put staples in a staple gun?
Slide out the pusher rod. This rod runs the length of the magazine, pushing staples up and feeding them into the gun’s chamber. Look for a knob or tab at the bottom of the staple gun which is connected to this rod. Simply grab it and it and pull to slide the rod out, then set it aside.
How do I remove the rod from my staple gun?
Look for a knob or tab at the bottom of the staple gun which is connected to this rod. Simply grab it and it and pull to slide the rod out, then set it aside.
How do you clear the jam on a stapler?
Clear the jam with needle-nose pliers. Check out the top of the stapler where the staples are discharged. Use the pliers to pinch the staple and pull towards you, pulling the staple out of the stapler’s nose. After that, reassemble the staple gun by putting the magazine back in and screwing in the screw. How do you unjam a hammer stapler?