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Master 5040B Punch Head 13/32" for 5340B
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Master 5040B Punch Head 13/32" for 5340B

Master 5040B Punch Head 13/32" for 5340B

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Main Features:
  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 13/32"
  • Compatible With: 5340B Master Adjustable 32-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch
  • Part Number: MY5040B

ProductDescription

The Master 5040B Punch Head 11/32" is for 5340B Master Adjustable 32-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch. Part Number is MY5040B.

Product Details

  • Type: Punch Head
  • Size: 11/32"
  • Compatible With: 5340B Master Adjustable 32-Sheet 3-Hole Paper Punch
  • Part Number: MY5040B

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Master 5040B Punch Head 13-32" for 5340B

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding Video. This is the 5340B Punch Head Replacement Guide for the 5040 3-Hole Punch from Master. If you’re not getting clean punched holes like you used to, it’s probably time to change the heads in your punch. The process is the same for all three, so i’ll just show you how to replace the one on the end. Start by removing the small ring on the end of the rod handle. Then hold the base firmly, and rock the handle back and forth, pulling it out of the head. Next, take off the bottom chip tray and use a screwdriver to remove the bolt securing the old head. A square washer ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding Video. This is the 5340B Punch Head Replacement Guide for the 5040 3-Hole Punch from Master. If you’re not getting clean punched holes like you used to, it’s probably time to change the heads in your punch. The process is the same for all three, so i’ll just show you how to replace the one on the end. Start by removing the small ring on the end of the rod handle. Then hold the base firmly, and rock the handle back and forth, pulling it out of the head. Next, take off the bottom chip tray and use a screwdriver to remove the bolt securing the old head. A square washer underneath usually needs to be held to prevent it from spinning. Now you can remove the old head, and replace it with a new one, remembering to reuse the depth guide. Refasten the bolt and the square washer, push the rod handle back into the new punch, and put the ring back on the end. Now your punch should be back to performing like new. For more videos and all your binding needs, visit MyBinding.com.
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