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The problem would either be UNEVEN pressure of the rollers from one side to the other OR the roller sets are NOT parallel. The cogs should have NOTHING to do with it.

Posted on Sep 15, 2011

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How can I fix the edges of my laminator to seal.


make sure you are at 300 degrees temp, you can slightly adjust the pressure on each side by tightening down the 5mm hex nuts on top of each bearing housing. There is alot of foreign films out there right now that also have substandard glue that are causing all kinds of lamination problems. USA film always works

Mar 13, 2015 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Laminating System

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Top roller of GBC ultima 65 not heating


either the top heater tube, (inside the orange/red roller) is burned out (Open) or the wire on either side of the heater tube is burned or broken in half. It\'s not as bad as you might think.

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Oct 23, 2014 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Laminating System

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Laminate did not come out it just went back inside on roller


warm the machine back up, get the glue sticky again, then work it off, either by going in forward or reverse, whichever works best for the given situation. Don't use anything sharp as the rollers damage easily....very expensive

Sep 09, 2014 | Gbc Heat Seal Ultima 65 Laminator 1710740

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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 ultima 65 won't heat up.


Could have a bad heat lamp, do your adhesive feel tacky on any of the rollers? Are you may have a bad triac

Oct 02, 2013 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Laminating System

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A laminate and paper jam in a Gbc HeatSeal H425 Laminator


You need to loose the vertical plastic wall on the left side, and pull it up and to the left, only then you would be able to take pink rollers and metal piece away. Step by step do this (BTW, make pictures of each step if you think you will not be able to assemble it back) :

Download parts scheme here (if link is broken I can send you; write to ororeivis [at] g mail com):
http://www.gbcconnect.com/assets/docs/H425_PARTS_POUCH_LAMINATOR.pdf

Take the lid (3) off and hang it on the corner.
Next goes off (42) part.
Now focus on the left side. Take to the side part (30) with 7mm wrench. Then both parts (14) from both sides [4 in total]. Then both parts (2). Then take out screws that are holding this vertical plastic wall place. There is two screws from the outside of laminator in the bottom!
Then black roller (36) you lift up and take out by sliding to the side. Then two long black metal pieces.
Now you should be able to pull up and move to the left that vertical plastic wall on the left side of laminator. If not, try loosing some screws that are in this wall.
Be careful taking melted jammed stuff away from heating panel. Do not over-scratch it, as it is very sensitive.

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Jun 26, 2012 | Gbc HeatSeal H425 Laminator

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Paper rolled on heater roller. How do I remove?


I fix roll laminators for a living. Its best with GBC machines to remove wraps where the film is stuck to the roller hot. trying to remove ilm adhered to the roller cold can not jusst remove the film but the rubber roller surface. Do note GBC heat rollers espically the red ones are over 500 bucks each:( Its easy to damage those rollers making the machine junk....

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Oct 04, 2011 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Laminating System

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My gbc heatseal h300 wont feed paper.


I have the same machine, GBC H-300. I have it apart right now, and found the feed motor gear in pieces.
Motor Gear 18T 120v part #26700056

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May 26, 2011 | Grilling

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My ultima 65 laminator is not sealing well on the left side. I've tried adjusting the upper tension which helps temporarily, but it reloosens after just a few minutes of use.


By "upper tension" do you mean the hex screw located inside the left panel? If you tighten this until there is no space between the heat rollers it should eleminate the problem. If it is continues to loosen, back the screw out, apply a small amount of locktight to the threads before replacing the screw.You can find locktight at any hardware store usually in the Paint section near the glues. Hope this helps. Good luck

Feb 16, 2011 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Laminating System

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