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My GBC ultima 65 laminator is making loud noises. How do i fix this?


You probably have 1 or more heat roller bearings seizing up. This is a common problem. There are 2 on the left and 2 on the right. I would recommend changing both of the bearings on the side that is noisy. They can eventually stop turning and then your laminator will probably stop also.

Aug 10, 2015 | Gbc Office Equipment & Supplies

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Our machine is starting to squeal when working what do we do


There isn't anything you can do, those machines are screamers. sometimes they start screaching right away, sometimes it takes a few rolls of film run through before they start, but they ALWAYS start to scream, sooner or later. it becomes loud enough that some people refuse to use it because they think its coming apart. not my favorite.

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How do i get my Fellowes Venus 125 Laminator 5215901 to stop bleeping and heat up ?


Unfortunately, this message was posted in the section for paper shredders. If you still need an answer you will need to repost it.

Jul 16, 2014 | Fellowes Venus 125 Laminator 5215901

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Microwave makes a loud buzzing noise


The buzzing sound could be from loose laminations on the high voltage transformer, or from loose mounting screws for the transformer. This requires investigation by a qualified technician as there are lethal voltages associated with the transformer. It could also be from a loose cover. First check that all the cover screws are tight.

Mar 21, 2014 | Electrolux Microwave Ovens

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Scotch Thermal Laminator not heating up.


well it sounds like you may have cut a wire or pull one somewhere. i would go ahead and take it apart carefully and check everything. may have unplugged something hopfully! let me know whwat happens!

Jan 31, 2014 | 3M TL902VP Scotch 9" Thermal Laminator...

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Laminator won't heat up


This is just rediculous. Where's the friggin answer?
Mine won't even come on. JUNK!

Jan 28, 2014 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Laminating System

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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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I have an office roll laminator GMP 650HRP. I


the increasing and lowering heat on the rollers and increasing and lowering pressure on the pressure stick depend on the thickness of the laminating pouch 120 mic need less heat then the 240 mic.

Mar 21, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Spacemaker II makes horrible loud vibration noise


If the vibration is there with the magnetron off, using only the timer section with power set to 0%, then the cooling fan likely has a bad (sleeve) bearing and needs to be replaced.
If the vibration occurs only when the maggie is running (heating water for example) then the noise is probably from loose laminations in the power transformer due to sloppy manufacturing. You can quiet the beast if you remove the back panel and pour about a teaspoon of epoxy glue across the laminations of the transformer. Normally, when transformers are made, the final step is to dip the whole thing into a type of lacquer that seeps into the laminations and keeps them from resonating at line or some related frequency.
I would expect the problem to be caused by the fan(s), especially if this is a unit that also has range hood function too.
If you are in the US, check Johnstone Supply for a store in your area. They are wholesalers to the service trade but I have never been turned down when buying appliance parts there and the savings can be as high as 60%.          

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