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You can't do any more laminating until you do. Some laminators have to be used with a document carrier and some don't. It sounds like yours does need one. This happened to me once. You have to remove the screws on the bottom, lift off the top and you will find your document and laminate pouch wrapped around the roller. Using a sharp paring knife or nail scissors, cut the pouch along one side making sure not to damage the ceramic roller. I have a recollection that I cut the pouch away on both sides. I used a chef's boning knife as this was at work in an airport business class lounge.
did you get it fixed, I had the same problem but with a different part , I know where your part go's
1st without screw holes go's in the Rear where the laminate comes out and the next one goes on top email me if you didnt fix it yet , I can open mine and get pictures Email me here
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We just brought home a new Royal Sovereign Laminator. Plugged it in and turned it on. It will not stop the loud, annoying beep and is stuck on reverse. It's going right back to the store for a refund. Will not ask for another Royal. If you can't make it right, don't try to sell it!
Firstly switch off the laminating machine and plug out. Turning off the machine will prevent the motor from burning out. As the motor is not burnt, there is no need to repair or substitute the machine.
* When the machine gets turn off look for the damage instantly, if any. If any huge item was inserted to laminate, it might have happened that the item had stuck in the machine. First of all, try to pull out the item gently from the machine. Also, remember that thick and three dimensional items should not be laminated in the laminating machine. Hotmail Support ' Aol Support
I fix roll laminators for a living. Its best with GBC machines to remove wraps where the film is stuck to the roller hot. trying to remove ilm adhered to the roller cold can not jusst remove the film but the rubber roller surface. Do note GBC heat rollers espically the red ones are over 500 bucks each:( Its easy to damage those rollers making the machine junk....
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If you were using GBC brand laminating pouches they don't need a carrier, if you were using another brand of laminating pouches, then a carrier is needed (something they don't clearly specify) and that's why the laminating pouch got stuck.
If you have had the laminator under a year, it should be under warranty, and you can call the company, and they will send a replacement, and they will probably then inform you of the above listed laminating pouch issue.
You may also want to try using the reverse button, but many times the pouches will get stuck between several rollers, and you risk destruction of the entire machine by attempting to take them out manually.
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.