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some of these laminators have to warm up. if the laminating strip is burned out it may do what your saying because it is resting and then trying to warm the laminator strip again.

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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.

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PVC HID 1000 cards were getting stuck/bent in the Lamination module of our DTC550 printer. Talked to the tech department where we bought the printer/lamination module. They suggest because we are using...


Turning down the lam temp and dwell on the lam unit should have no effect on image color - they affect the processes only AFTER the printing of the card is complete. Make sure you were making adjustments to the LAMINATION settings, not the printing settings.

As to the noise, squeeks and groans emanating from the lam unit usually means mis-loaded lam film. Check the loading of the lam film in the printer and make sure it is not binding on the spools, and that the spools turn smoothly. Other than that, it could just be your printer showing signs of age. They have been out of production for more than 5 years, and do break down with age and usage.

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I have a scotch brand laminator tl901- it is jammed...and making a clicking noise...is there a way to open the system and try to unjam it?


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.

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Often over the years the Transformer laminations can loosen, from the on/off rising and collapsing magnetic fields, and then they sorta hum louder. I suspect this is what is going on. Shouldn't be too much of a worry.. keep an eye on it tho.

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When the door is closed it makes a buzzing noise, the micro still works and the noise goes away when turned on and used


> the noise goes away when turned on and used
Is it possible that the other noise produced when using the oven are only covering up the buzz?
I think your microwave has two power supplies; one that supplies the low voltages for the display and control, the other for the magnetron. The first supply may be a standard line frequency unit using an iron-core transformer and if these are cheaply made, the laminations can vibrate and cause a 'buzz.' Better transformers are 'potted' so that the laminations are glued together with epoxy and can't vibrate. On later units, the magnetron voltage is produced by a 'switched mode' power supply that uses solid ferrite instead of iron and never vibrate.
If it was my unit, I would take it far enough apart to run a couple of beads of epoxy glue across the laminated transformer to kill the resonance.

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