Master 5025B Punch Head 9/32" for 5325B
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Master 5025B Punch Head 9/32" for 5325B

Part #: MY5025B
Brand: Master
  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 9/32"
  • Compatible With: 5325B Master Adjustable 32-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch
  • Part Number: MY5025B
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The Master 5025B Punch Head 9/32" is for 5325B Master Adjustable 32-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch. Part Number is MY5025B.

Product Details

  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 9/32"
  • Compatible With: 5325B Master Adjustable 32-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch
  • Part Number: MY5025B

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Master 5025B Punch Head 9-32" for 5325B

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding Video. This is the 5025 Punch Head Replacement Guide for the 5325B from Master. Here I’ll show you how to replace one of the heads on the 5325B 3-hole punch. First I advise you to try to keep that small piece of cardboard inside the punch head until the end. I did not and it was pretty difficult to do. Take your hole punch, and with a screwdriver or pliers, remove the metal ring on the end of the rod handle. Hold the base steady with one hand, and rock the handle back and forth to slide the rod out of the punch head. Loosen the bolt on the back side, remove the bottom chip ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding Video. This is the 5025 Punch Head Replacement Guide for the 5325B from Master. Here I’ll show you how to replace one of the heads on the 5325B 3-hole punch. First I advise you to try to keep that small piece of cardboard inside the punch head until the end. I did not and it was pretty difficult to do. Take your hole punch, and with a screwdriver or pliers, remove the metal ring on the end of the rod handle. Hold the base steady with one hand, and rock the handle back and forth to slide the rod out of the punch head. Loosen the bolt on the back side, remove the bottom chip receptacle, and remove the square bolt to release the punch head. Set the new one in, line it up and tighten down the bolt. Then press down on the punch head and rock the rod back through the punch. Replace the ring on the end of the rod and you’re done. For more videos and all your binding needs, visit MyBinding.com.

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