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Rollers will not turn

I had a jam in the output rollers, cleared it and now when hit run the rollers won't turn.

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Read page 8 of your manual (http://accoblobstorageus.blob.core.windows.net/literature/5edb3f90-058f-49a6-a41d-ccfd96850992.pdf).

Are C, D and E in place(page 14 of the manual)? Interlocks prevent anything from operating if these parts are not properly in position.

Are you sure the screwed up film is all out and new film installed correctly(page 34 of the manual)? Use a flashlight to peek in the corners!

Are the rollers sticky or sticking to each other? If so, you're done.

Are the supply rolls (page 22) turning freely? If not, replace them.

Do the rollers run in reverse when you hold down that button (page 12)? If not, something is really out of whack.

If still in trouble, call for service.

This is one of the most complicated laminators I've ever seen ... must be a good one ... but personally I wouldn't let any one touch it until they've read the manual cover to cover and promise on pain of separation from service to follow ALL the rules in regard to setup, operation and maintenance. ^_^
http://accoblobstorageus.blob.core.windows.net/literature/5edb3f90-058f-49a6-a41d-ccfd96850992.pdf).

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