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Master 3025 Replacement Punch Head for 3020B
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Master 3025 Replacement Punch Head for 3020B

Master 3025 Replacement Punch Head for 3020B

Part #: MY3025
Brand: Master
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Main Features:
  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 9/32"
  • Compatible With: 3020B Heavy-Duty Punch
  • Part Number: MY3025

ProductDescription

The Master 3025 Replacement Punch Head for 3020B will ensures optimum punching performance to optimize productivity. Durable construction. It is a master Replacement Punch Head for 3020B Heavy-Duty Punch. Part Number is MY3025.

Product Details

  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 9/32"
  • Compatible With: 3020B Heavy-Duty Punch
  • Part Number: MY3025

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Master 3025 Replacement Punch Head for 3020B

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding.com. This is the Master 3025 9/32” Punch Head replacement guide for the 3020B 3-Hole Punch by Martin Yale. Replacement is easy with the 3020B. Start by turning the unit around, and use a flat blade screwdriver to remove the bolt behind the head you want to replace. Reach through the space under the handle to extract the old head, and fit the new one in it’s spot. Line up the holes and replace the bolt. Make sure it’s tight, you don’t want it to shift while punching. Repeat that for all your old heads and your punch will feel like new again. For more videos and all ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding.com. This is the Master 3025 9/32” Punch Head replacement guide for the 3020B 3-Hole Punch by Martin Yale. Replacement is easy with the 3020B. Start by turning the unit around, and use a flat blade screwdriver to remove the bolt behind the head you want to replace. Reach through the space under the handle to extract the old head, and fit the new one in it’s spot. Line up the holes and replace the bolt. Make sure it’s tight, you don’t want it to shift while punching. Repeat that for all your old heads and your punch will feel like new again. For more videos and all your binding needs, go to MyBinding.com.
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