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How do I dismantle the spiral from the outer casing of a yankee screwdriver

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Sep 04, 2019


On the handle press the rubber bump and fully remove by the hard plastic top of the pin
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Stanley Tools... | Answered on Jun 01, 2015


The black rubber grip has two bumps near the back one is rubber one is hard plastic. Squeeze the stapler togather and press on the rubber circle to eject the pin then remove the pin by the hard plastic end while keeping the stapler squeezed

Stanley Tools... | Answered on Jun 01, 2015


Put a little gun oil on the staples the spring that helps feed them might be catching

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014


Here is a copy of the instruction manual for your stapler.

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


I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Stanley Tools... | Answered on Dec 10, 2014


First never take a tool apart if don't know what you are doing, second go to the Stanley web site and you can buy or download a copy of the one you need.

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


First slide off the rubber grip This will expose a pin that you will need to remove. Remove the two bolts on top of the hammer with a 10mm wrench. These bolts hold the striker plate guide. Place the hammer in a vice to lightly compress the hammer head. Remove the allen head bolt located on the end of the head. This bolt holds the striker slid that strikes the staple. Remove the pin that you see that was under the rubber grip. Just tap with a punch and then you should be able to remove it with a small set of pliers. Now slid the enter assembly back just enough so that the jammed striker slid will come in contact with the striker guide face. Turn the hammer over and strike the top of the hammer on a piece of wood. This should free the slide and jammed staple. The staple and slide will come out. Take a file and deburr the slid and add a dab of grease to it. To reassemble, Attach the slide guide first, but leave it loose. The rest is reverse order. Hope this helps.

Stanley Tools... | Answered on Jul 20, 2014


I had the same trouble. The blade holder was out of the knife and would not go back in. I fixed it this way: open the screw knob all the way to the least tension. Slide the two parts open but not all the way- there is a tab on the blade holder that gets in the way if you try to drop it in at the fully open position. With the two halves SLIGHTLY open- slide the blade holder in making sure that the tab is seated in it's slot. Depress the thumb tab and bring it to the most forward position and the two halves should be able to be seated together again.

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Dec 12, 2013


Javid Vossough solution will not work, yes it will fire one staple/nail but then nothing as the circuitry to the micro switch is needed to return the solenoid operated hammer inside the gun

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Dec 04, 2013


I have the same sander, and cannot get parts anymore, so I carefully cut out a piece of sheet metal, and drilled holes, and put it on. so it might not say stanley, but who cares? I don't. and if it doesn't last as long, who cares. its more help than I got from stanley, who was bought out in 1973 from what I read.

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Oct 21, 2013


There will be a button to push in which will lock the spindel. After locking the spindel you need to undo a nut using a wrench or spanner.

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Oct 20, 2013


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.

Stanley Tools... | Answered on Sep 18, 2013


Go to Yahoo.com and type in the manual you are looking for.

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Jun 08, 2013


Problem is the safety micro switch. This is engaged when you press the gun against the surface. You can open the gun and short the wires. Do remember will not safety switch and hence you must ensure others know this - no children!

Stanley Tools... | Answered on Feb 28, 2013


There is a SLOT in the end of the knife. Simply insert the strip of new blages in to the slot and you are ready to go.

Good luck. :)

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Jan 19, 2013


Push the blade out as far as it will go and hold in the button on the side while slideing blade in and out.

Stanley Hand... | Answered on Aug 04, 2012


If you want to know how to load the staples, lift the wee flap at the end with the inscription " lift to insert staples".....

Stanley Hand... | Answered on May 25, 2012

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