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I already open my tl 902 scotch laminator but cant remove the jam

Small id picture got jam inside i had open it already but cant get the plastic that stick to much

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First, make sure that the unit is unplugged and has sufficient time to cool off. Then remove six screws on the bottom of the laminator. The screw driver shaft must be thin enough to fit into the holes where the screws are located. Two are very easy to find -- one on each side in deep holes. The other four are hidden under small black rubber disks that the laminator rests on. peel up the rubber disks and remove the rest of the screws. At this point it is easy to remove the cover and remove the jam. To replace the cover you must use a thin tool to pull back the release level so it will fit into its opening in the cover. Replace the six screws and you should be able to ready to laminate again.

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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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!

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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There are two screws on the bottom which are visible. Leave them alone. The four screws that hold the bottom on are UNDER the rubber feet. Gently lift one edge of the rubber feet and then carefully peel them off. You will need a long thin Phillips screw driver to remove the four screws, UNPLUG the unit before opening it.
In most cases the plastic will be wrapped around the orange/red colored roller. This roller cannot be turned unless you push the "Release" lever. Using a tweezers, try to grasp a corner of the end of the rolled up plastic. Pull firmly and steadily on the corner until you have enough free to grasp with a needle nose pliers or a forceps, Then work your way across the entire end of the plastic sheet until its free. Finally, reposition the pliers or forceps toward the middle of the freed end and firmly pull to unroll completely.
Remember, you must be pushing on the "Release" while doing this or the roller will not turn. When you start, you may have to move the roller to get it to a position where you can try to grab an end corner of the plastic sheet. You should be able to do this if you a pushing on the Release lever.
Finally, if you have left the rolled up plastic sheets on the roller so long the are fused into one mass, my directions my not work. In that case, try slitting the entire length of the rolled up plastic with something like an xacto knife, BUT DON'T **** THE RUBBER ROLLER. That's tricky, but at this point you have nothing to lose.
Took me 20 minutes to figure out how to open the unit. Ten minutes to take out the wrapped up plastic sheets

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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