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Can I use wd40 on my paper shredder?
The answer is no. This product is not designed to lubricate a shredder head properly. Like other oils, such as vegetable or canola, WD-40 would cause the paper to stick together, inevitably gumming up and jamming the machine.
What are the parts of a shredder?
We’ve worked with leading shredder operators for decades to improve the wear life of all shredder components, through improved design, metallurgy and quality assurance.
- Rotor Assemblies.
- Rotor and End Caps.
- Shredder Hammers.
- Feed Rolls and Shafts.
- Shredder Grates.
- Double Beam Grates.
- Wall Conversions.
- Infeed and Side Liners.
Why is my Fellowes shredder not shredding?
Pull the paper out manually if the switch-toggling fails to clear the jam. Oil the shredder if jams repeat. Move the power switch to the Auto position or the Forward position for five seconds if the shredder will only function in reverse. The shredder may be blocked and this will clear any blockage.
How long should shredder last?
The best shredders should last up to 10 years as long as you take good care of them. Even though many shredders promise to take out staples and paper clips, try to remove as much of these as you can to prevent damage to the shredder head and to avoid paper jams.
How does a scrap metal shredder work?
When a metal shredder starts, the material enters into the tear box through the feeding system. The tear blade is loaded on the box. The material is torn into small pieces through the tear, extrusion and shear of the tear blade, and is discharged from the lower part of the box.
How do you reset a Fellowes shredder?
b) The shredder may need to be reset. Switch it to the reverse (R) position for 2 seconds and then back to auto (I). This should reset it and it will operate again.
Where is the Fellowes shredder sensor?
A majority of Fellowes shredders have 2 small electronic sensors in the throat of the paper entry slot.
How often should I lubricate my shredder?
Manufacturers usually recommend oiling the shredder every 30 minutes of cumulative use. Cross-cut shredders will need to be oiled more often because they have more blades and create more paper dust.
How do you reset a Fellowes paper shredder?
What kind of parts do you need for a Fellowes Shredder?
Fellowes repair and replacement paper shredder parts for most models of Fellowes crosscut and strip cut shredders. This includes gears, switches, spare parts for the cutting head, bearings, drive gears, electronic controls, thermal overload protectors, drive belts, housing parts, shredder oil, shredder bags and many other items.
How long does the Fellowes powershred w11c take to shred?
The W11C shreds 11 sheets per pass into 5/32-inch x 1-3/8 -inch cross-cut particles (Security Level P-4). Shreds for up to 5 minutes before a 20 minute cool down period is needed. Features a 4.75 gallon bin with easy lift-off head.
How big is a w11c cross cut shredder?
This child and pet safe shredder features Safety Lock, which disables the shredder for added safety protection. The W11C shreds 11 sheets per pass into 5/32-inch x 1-3/8 -inch cross-cut particles (Security Level P-4).
What kind of parts are in a shredder?
This includes gears, switches, spare parts for the cutting head, bearings, drive gears, electronic controls, thermal overload protectors, drive belts, housing parts, shredder oil, shredder bags and many other items. We usually have shredder gears, switches, belts, etc. for the select models: