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Take out the small bolt that is secured with a nut at the back of the gun (at the end where you feed the staples) -- then drop the inset. Now you have access to the jammed area. Clear out jammed staples and put the stapler back together. Easiest way is to hold the nut and turn the bolt from the other side.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Jan 27, 2016

Typically you do not open these up.
Makes it difficult to remove stuck or wrong staples.
I have had good luck removing the staple ram rod and rapping firmly on the **** of the stapler against a wooden table. The idea is jolting the stuck staples into reverse out the way they went in. Tedious process but usually works. Removing the jammed staples in the nose at the striker plate requires using needle nose pliers and a sharp awl or small screw driver used on very small screws.
My T50 Arrow stapler is over 20 years old.
Still works great. Sometimes I slide in the wrong size staples by mistake. The process above usually works.
Good luck!

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Mar 22, 2015

That same gun did the same thing - I just took it back.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Mar 19, 2015

They sell for less then $25 on Amazon, consider buying a new one and keep the old for parts.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Dec 09, 2014

Just buy a new one, they are less then $15.00 or search for the manual.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014

Hi, Dayne here
Well, it might sound too easy, but did you check for jambed staples. I also lightly oil all mine. Sometimes the actual plunger that drives the staple will break internally.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Nov 07, 2014

Buu a different brand or model this one is junk and should be taken off the shelf

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Nov 07, 2014

I just bought a T50 elite, and it will NOT staple too.
Simple 3/8" staples loaded and nothing comes out.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Aug 30, 2014

Use a knife or small screwdriver to remove the little lock rings on one side of the stapler. DO NOT lose them With the lock rings removed, push the pins toward the other side of the stapler and remove them. Now the internal mechanism can be removed through the bottom of the stapler after you remove the staple "pusher" from the rear.

That's about as far as you can take that stapler apart.

Arrow T50P ARROW... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

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