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Laminator blade apparently fell off

Little plastic yellow and black piece got knocked out of the right front part of the laminator. It looks like it might contain a cutting blade. I haven't yet been able to see where to put it back. Any ideas? Thanks, Ann

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My boss figured out how to go on the Brother web site and pull up a picture. The he was able to snap the piece back in place.

Thanks for asking.

Ann

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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