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I jammed the laminating machine, so I unscrewed and opened the machine...but now I don't know how to roll out the paper? Please help me find a way to take this out without breaking the machine!


Carefully try to turn the roller one direction and then the next. If they move, you will see the feed direction the paper loaded from. Carefully move the rollers in the opposite direction letting the paper unwind. Do not force the gears. Hopefully the paper is not fused to the rollers.

Mar 03, 2015 | Scotch 9" Tl901 Hot Laminating Machine /...

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Paper **** inside


Probably rolled itself around the rollers. Got to be real careful to not have any exposed inside surface (of the laminating pocket) showing since that coating is heat-activated and sticky.



Unplug it, wait for it to cool, flip it over and remove the screws holding it together.



If the laminating pocket is just physically wrapped around one of the rollers, it will come right out. Re-assemble and go back to work being careful not to put anything through that is the least bit curly.



If the laminating pocket is stuck to one of the rollers, just chuck the thing out and buy another one. The cost of parts and repairs will exceed the cost of a new unit. To remove the adhesive, one would have to disassemble the entire motorized assembly and then heat the "offended" roller to more than 180?F to get the adhesive to soften enough to scrape it off. Then, while it\'s still hot, one has to use a solvent matched to the adhesive to remove all remaining traces (\'cause if there is any left, it will just suck the next laminating sheet right around the roller and you\'re back where you started).



Remember:

- Use only laminating pockets for that brand (different models may have different temperature ratings). If the clerk says their laminating pockets are universal, ask the Clerk to guarantee in writing on his company\'s letterhead that they\'ll be responsible for any damage / repairs / replacement. They won\'t.

- Don\'t put anything that\'s curling through.

- Don\'t put anything through where part of the inside of the laminating pocket is exposed (because as it heats up it will stick to anything and everything it touches)!

Mar 05, 2014 | Xerox Staples XRX LM1910 Laminator

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My gbc creative laminator won't heat up


We have an Ulitma 65 and it won't heat up...Any suggestions on how to fix this? We are at a school and no $ to replace the whole unit. Thanks in advance.

Mar 29, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The heat button won't turn on


either the top or lower heater shoe TCO is blown out. take the right side cover off, trace the wires back to the heat shoe and check for continuity, (unplug machine first) find out which TCO is blown order another one, replace it and your off to the races. I've fixed many of them.

Mar 11, 2013 | Gbc 1701720: Pinnacle 27 EZload Laminator

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GBC Pinnacle 27 won't come on


each heat shoe has a small thermal fuse, if either fuse is blown, the laminator keypanel will not operate. 99% fix everytime, just follow the wires from each heat shoe (right side of laminator) cover off. Ohm each set of wires and look for an open circuit. replace fuse (TCO) and it will work everytime.

Feb 20, 2013 | Gbc ® Pinnacle 27 Two-Heat Roll Laminator,...

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What is the difference between cold and hot laminators?


Hot laminators are the most common types of laminators. They use heat (220 to 300 degrees F) to apply the lamination. Hot laminators provide a better quality lamination that is more resistant to wear and tear. This is the preferred method of lamination for materials that are not effected by heat.

Cold laminators use pressure sensitive adhesives to bind the lamination film when the material being laminated is sensitive to heat. Certain inks in standard ink jet printers are known to have the ink melt in the machine. There are other types of printers that use heat sensitive paper. For these types of applications the cold laminator is the best choice.

Jan 28, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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My laminator won't stop heating


so what model are you having troubles with

Aug 30, 2012 | Gbc HeatSeal H425 Laminator

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A laminate and paper jam in a Gbc HeatSeal H425 Laminator


You need to loose the vertical plastic wall on the left side, and pull it up and to the left, only then you would be able to take pink rollers and metal piece away. Step by step do this (BTW, make pictures of each step if you think you will not be able to assemble it back) :

Download parts scheme here (if link is broken I can send you; write to ororeivis [at] g mail com):
http://www.gbcconnect.com/assets/docs/H425_PARTS_POUCH_LAMINATOR.pdf

Take the lid (3) off and hang it on the corner.
Next goes off (42) part.
Now focus on the left side. Take to the side part (30) with 7mm wrench. Then both parts (14) from both sides [4 in total]. Then both parts (2). Then take out screws that are holding this vertical plastic wall place. There is two screws from the outside of laminator in the bottom!
Then black roller (36) you lift up and take out by sliding to the side. Then two long black metal pieces.
Now you should be able to pull up and move to the left that vertical plastic wall on the left side of laminator. If not, try loosing some screws that are in this wall.
Be careful taking melted jammed stuff away from heating panel. Do not over-scratch it, as it is very sensitive.

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Jun 26, 2012 | Gbc HeatSeal H425 Laminator

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