Master 1040B Punch Head 13/32" for 1340B
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Master 1040B Punch Head 13/32" for 1340B

Part #: MY1040B
Brand: Master
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  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 13/32"
  • Compatible With: 1340B Master 1000 Series Adjustable 40-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch
  • Part Number: MY1040B
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The Master 1040B Punch Head 11/32" is for 1340B Master 1000 Series Adjustable 40-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch, Price per Punch Head, Usually bought in sets of 3. Part Number is MY1040B.

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  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 13/32"
  • Compatible With: 1340B Master 1000 Series Adjustable 40-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch
  • Part Number: MY1040B

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Master 1040B Punch Head 13/32" for 1340B

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding.com. This is the Master 1040B 13/32” Punch Head replacement guide for the 1340PB 3-Hole Punch by Martin Yale. To remove, replace, or add punch heads to your 1340PB hole punch, start by removing the small ring located in the notch at the end of the steel rod. Then hold the base of the machine steady and pull the handle to slide the rod out of the punch head. Watch out though, the spring inside the head can release and pop the punch out suddenly. Take a flat blade screwdriver to remove the bolt holding the head in place, then you can remove the head. Reassemble the depth gui ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding.com. This is the Master 1040B 13/32” Punch Head replacement guide for the 1340PB 3-Hole Punch by Martin Yale. To remove, replace, or add punch heads to your 1340PB hole punch, start by removing the small ring located in the notch at the end of the steel rod. Then hold the base of the machine steady and pull the handle to slide the rod out of the punch head. Watch out though, the spring inside the head can release and pop the punch out suddenly. Take a flat blade screwdriver to remove the bolt holding the head in place, then you can remove the head. Reassemble the depth guide, replace the bolt inside the new head, and fit the square nut on the end of the bolt. Before you tighten it all the way down, use one hand to hold down the punch spring and use the other to push the rod back into the punch. Check your alignment and your depth guide, then tighten down the bolt. Just slip the metal ring back onto the rod and you’re good to go. For more videos and all your binding needs, go to MyBinding.com.

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