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Laminating sheet went in put didn't come out

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OOOOooooooooohhh!!!!!
Hate to tell you, BUT, the laminate is melted on the fuser. You learned the hard way, htere are specific laminates for different types of machines, the reason is because of the amount of heat it can tolerate. If you look in the back of the box it will tell you what machines they are good for, if yours is not listed, you should look at the manual or the website.

You will have to take it apart and remove the melted plastic, with hopefully minimal damage to your machine, otherwise the fuser will need to be replaced.

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You need to put your document in a carrier to prevent the heat from buckling the pouch before it makes it into the rollers. I've had a similar problem in the past before I remembered to use the carrier.

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SOURCE: Hi, Our Ibico IL19VT Laminator (A2)

You can open this yourself but i recommend sending it for repair. If you decide to do it yourself here is how: turn the unit over and on the end with only one screw (not the power setting side) take it out using a Philips screwdriver. Next you will need size 3 and 4 hex bits. Use size 4 to undo the 4 hex screws. Hold the non power end and it should slide off. You will see four rollers two on each side of the heater element. Using the size 3 hex bit undo the 4 hex screws at the exposed end and lift up and out the 2 housing bits. Careful as these are made of plastic and break easy. Remove the offending material and then put everything back together.
Simples!

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