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Help Find My Stapler Model Number
When your stapler stops working the best way to find the right replacement parts is to know your model number. Luckily, it's pretty easy to find. If you still have your original owner's manual, you can find that information there. Otherwise you'll have to do some searching on your stapler to find the number you need.

Check on the stapler's nameplate first. You'll often find a model number listed under the manufacturer's name. If you don't see it there, check on the reverse side of the unit--and also the bottom--for a sticker or metal tag that contains that information. Once you find it, you can enter it in the search box above to bring up a list of parts specific to your stapler.

If you're still having trouble finding that number, give us a call and one of our customer service agents will happily help you find it.
Help Fixing Your Stapler
You don't have to walk into a stapler repair blind. If you're using an air stapler, you may find that some repairs, such as replacing gaskets, require a little bit of help. If it's your first time with a new repair on any type of stapler, you can find answers to all your questions with some help from eReplacementParts.

You can visit our Repair Center, where we feature hundreds of articles that outline every step in a repair with pictures and specific instructions. If you don't see the repair guide you need there, visit our Repair Forum where you can post questions about the problems you encounter or any other questions you may have about your repair.

With, your repair can run smoothly from the time you find the right parts to the time you get right back to your projects.
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Stapler Spare Parts Shipped Fast
We know what a hassle it can be when your stapler goes down. Whether it's a manual or more powerful pneumatic model, you rely on it for dozens of different projects around the house or jobsite. So when it breaks, you need to get it running again as quickly as possible. You can take it to a repair shop, but those are expensive and can take days or weeks to get your stapler fixed.

Or you can order parts with All our in-stock parts ship within 24 hours, so that means you'll spend less time waiting to get the stapler you need back in your toolbox and more time working on the projects you’re dying to finish.

We can also arrange for special orders. So if you don't see the part you need on our site, give us a call and we'll do everything we can to help you get the parts you need for your repair.
The Kingly Tool
The first known stapler was developed in 18th-century France--for King Louis XV. In the 19th century, a more accessible design using brass staples was patented in the United States. Since then, we\'ve added power and air to make staplers even more powerful and useful in a variety of industries.