Introduction

Repair is complicated because no spare parts could be found.

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  • Opening the cover : push buttons on the left and right side. The right side has a coil to prevent opening under power and can get stuck.

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  • remove the 4 flat and 2 screws.

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Image 1/2: Remove 4 little screws behind  the bottom of the panel Image 2/2: Remove 4 little screws behind  the bottom of the panel
  • Gently remove glued key panel

  • Remove 4 little screws behind the bottom of the panel

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  • Remove screws upper side (some markers may be missing)

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Image 1/3: When all  screws are removed the inside cover can be lifted up Image 2/3: Remove the panels with led in front of the orange roll (sorry no picture). Image 3/3: Remove the panels with led in front of the orange roll (sorry no picture).
  • Turn laminator upside down and remove 6 bottom screws

  • When all screws are removed the inside cover can be lifted up

  • Remove the panels with led in front of the orange roll (sorry no picture).

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Image 1/3: To measure the heating resistors detach the brown an blue wires leading to the roller assembly. Not the ones coming from the power cable and microswitches. Image 2/3: Ohmmeter result: Image 3/3: 80 ohm : everything OK
  • You now have access to the inside

  • To measure the heating resistors detach the brown an blue wires leading to the roller assembly. Not the ones coming from the power cable and microswitches.

  • Ohmmeter result:

    • 80 ohm : everything OK

    • 340-350 ohm : main heating circuit (above and under black rollers) broken

    • 100 Ohm : preheating (horizontally between orange and black rollers) broken

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  • There are six screws fixing the motor and heating assembly to the bottom. (only two show in picture). Remove them and lift the assembly free

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Image 1/3: And the resistor can be slided out. Image 2/3: This  diagram helps detecting the faulty resistor. Image 3/3: This  diagram helps detecting the faulty resistor.
  • Heating elements are fixed on the left and right with two screws

  • And the resistor can be slided out.

  • This diagram helps detecting the faulty resistor.

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Image 1/2: Many thanks if somebody can point to a provider for these spare parts Image 2/2: Many thanks if somebody can point to a provider for these spare parts
  • I was unable to find spare resistors. But since I had two identical laminators, both with a broken resistor above the upper black roll, repair was possible.

  • Many thanks if somebody can point to a provider for these spare parts

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

jean huens

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