Fellowes Office Laminators Venus 125 User's Manual

Fellowes Office Laminators Venus 125 User's Manual
Office Laminators
Useful Phone Numbers
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Help Line
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+ 1-800-33-11-77
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+ 60-(0)-35122-1231
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United States
+ 1-630-893-1600
Please read these instructions before us
Veuillez lire ces instructions avant utilisation.
Lea estas instrucciones antes del uso.
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ENGLISH
HeatGuard Technology™ double-walled
insulation keeps heat inside
Opening lid to clean
laminating mechanism
Forward Rolling Animation
Ready Screen
COLD
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
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EXIT
COLD
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
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EXIT
???
EXIT
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LCD Interface for
user guidance
Discrete carry
handles at side
Forward Rolling Animation
Ready Screen
COLD
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
???
EXIT
COLD
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
Support Shelf on entry to
guide Laminate path
Active Cooling System
1 1hour
hour
Temperature controlled
release trigger for lid
CAPABILITIES
Warming Up Progress Bar
COLD
Pouch Thickness
3-10 mil
Laminating capacity – 3 to 10 mil hot laminating pouches per side
Estimated Heat-Up Time
4 Minutes
1000 Watt
Approximate Cool-Down Time
60 Minutes
Dimensions: 4 3/4” (w) x 21 7/8” (d) x 9 5/8” (h)
Lamination Speed
18”/Minute
Max document thickness 1/32”
Maximum Width
12.5”
Voltage
120V
Frequency
50/60 Hz
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
Ready Screen
???
EXIT
COLD
80 mic
100 mic
Forward Rolling Animation
125 mic
175 mic
???
EXIT
COLD
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
???
EXIT
120 C
CURSOR KEY
Move Highlight
1 position up
Select the highlighted
element on the screen.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS — Please Read Before Using!
Return to the Main
Menu when animation
is complete.
• The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible.
• Only use pouches specifically designed for the lamination setting you intend to use.
• To prevent electrical shock, do NOT use laminator close to
water and do NOT spill water on laminator, electric cord, or
wall socket.
• Keep pets away from laminator while in use.
• Do not leave electric cord in contact with a warm surface.
• Only open the laminator as explained under “Maintenance”. Do not open or attempt
to repair in any other way, as this could result in electric shock and will void your
warranty. Contact Customer Service if you have questions. Please note the warranty
does not apply in cases of abuse, mishandling or unauthorized repair.
• Do not leave electric cord hanging from a cupboard or shelf.
• Do not use laminator if electric cord is damaged.
• Always supervise children during laminator operation.
Open Cover Animation
Decrease number
Increase number
Move Highlight
1 position down
• Switch off and unplug laminator when not in use.
• Do not laminate metal objects.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
This laminator is equipped with an Auto shutoff function. It will turn the laminator into
stand-by mode, if it has not been used for
over 60 minutes. The LCD screen will show
the sleep screen when in stand-by.
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COLD
125 mic
80 mic
100 mic
175 mic
?? HELP? TEMP
To switch the laminator back on, simply press the
stand-by button at the left of the front operating
panel.
During lamination, the direction of the pouch can be
reversed, if you are unsure about the progress of the
lamination. To do so, press down the reverse key.
This will eject the pouch back at the front entry.
Go to
Main Menu
Save
system settings.
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Venus Laminator User Interface Display Illustrations
SELECTING LAMINATION TEMPERATURE
TIPS
Cold Lamination
Pouch Selection Screen
COLD
3 mil
4 mil
?? HELP?
Cooling Down Progress Bar
• Always put item in a pouch. Never laminate an empty pouch.
• Trim excess pouch material from around your item after laminating and cooling.
• Before laminating valuable items, do a test run with an item similar in size and
thickness.
5 mil
7 mil
TEMP
BEFORE YOU LAMINATE
Hot Lamination
Startup Screen
Pouch Selection Screen
COLD
3 mil
4 mil
?? HELP?
®
Show logo for 3 - 4 seconds
for startup before advancing
to the menu.
Warming Up Progress Bar
3 mil
5 mil
7 mil
For best results use
Fellowes® brand pouches
(Enhance3 – Preserve10).
Select correct pouch size for
laminated item.
TEMP
Custom Temperature
Select the
highlighted
element
on the screen.
Pouch Selection Screen
COLD
3 mil
4 mil
?? HELP?
• Do not laminate heat-sensitive documents (i.e., tickets, ultrasounds, etc.)
• Use a dry-erase marker for writing on laminated pouches.
5 mil
7 mil
EXIT
120 C
-2
+2
Position laminator so you
have enough space to allow
items to pass freely through
the machine.
COLD LAMINATION STEPS
CAUTION: Only use self-adhesive pouches when laminating with a cold setting.
TEMP
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INFORMATION SCREEN
2
3
This sequence of display animations will play step by step in the background
when the laminator is not in use.
A
B
C
D
E
A
B
C
COLD
125 mic
80 mic
100 mic
175 mic
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D
E
1. Connect power cable to inlet
at back of laminator.
2. Switch laminator on with Power On /
Off button at back of machine
3. Press Stand-by button at left
of front operating panel to switch
laminator on.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Reverse Rolling Animation
Jam Cool down Animation
Manual Open Cool down Animation
4
SYSTEM SETTING SCREENS
4. Use navigation keys to select
setting for cold lamination
Select North America or European settings.
EXIT
˚C
˚F
mil
mic
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˚C
˚F
EXIT
mil
mic
6
COLD
125 mic
80 mic
100 mic
175 mic
?? HELP? TEMP
RELEASE
COVER
EXIT
5
˚C
˚F
mil
mic
5. Center item on clear side against
sealed edge; documents cannot be
repositioned once laminated.
6. Peel a small part of the protective
sheet away from document.
Place pouch, sealed edge first, into
laminator entry. Keep pouch straight
and use the edge guide to centre it.
Continue peeling the protective sheet
away.
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ENGLISH
MAINTENANCE - Unique Easi-Access
Easi Access technology
HOT LAMINATION STEPS
1
This laminator is equipped with the unique Easi-Access technology for easy maintenance. This allows the user to open the laminator for maintenance, just like a photocopier.
2
3
1
4
2
COLD
7
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
???
EXIT
4. Use navigation keys to select
setting for the hot lamination
pouch thickness (3-10 mil)
you wish to laminate.
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6. During warm-up, a “wait”
symbol will appear in the LCD
screen until the required temperature has been reached.
10
0
1. To open the laminator, please press the
“Open” button as shown in the illustration and wait for the “open” symbol to
appear on the LCD screen and the ready
beep to sound.
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2. Fans will turn on to cool the
machine down to safe handling
temperature inside.
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COLD
80 mic
100 mic
125 mic
175 mic
???
10. To prevent jamming,
immediately remove laminated
item from back of machine. Let
item cool on flat surface for
several seconds.
4. Press the buttons on both sides
of the machine to activate the EasiAccess mechanism. (The laminator
needs to be switched on to allow the
active temperature control to work).
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80
100
175
EXIT
7. One temperature is reached,
the selected setting will flash in
LCD screen and acoustic bleep
signal will sound and the roller
symbols will rotate.
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8. While laminator is warming
up, please prepare item you
wish to laminate. Place the item
inside the pouch and center it
against the sealed edge of the
pouch. To prevent jamming, use
a carrier when item is smaller
than the pouch.
5. Open the lid with both hands. You are
now able to clean the inside of the laminator and carefully remove any residual glue
or other items. When laminator is opened,
power to internal parts is isolated, so that
user is not in danger of electric shock.
6. For further maintenance,
the rollers can be released by
experienced users. Press cam
levers to release the rollers.
7. Please remember to re-secure
them to ensure safe operation.
TROUBLESHOOTING
1
2
Problem
9. Place pouch, sealed edge first,
into laminator entry. Keep pouch
straight and use the edge guide
to center it.
3. The “Open” symbol will show
in the LCD screen will turn on and
the ready beep will sound when
machine is ready to be opened.
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8
COLD
125 mic
80 mic
100 mic
175 mic
?? HELP? TEMP
5. Confirm your selection by
pressing “Enter” button in the
middle of navigation keys.
Laminator will take a few minutes
for temperature adjustment.
EXIT
3
125
80 mic
???
100
COLD
175 mic
80
6
3. Press Stand-by button at
left of front operating panel to
switch laminator on.
125 mic
175
5
2. Switch laminator on with
Power On / Off button at back
of machine.
100 mic
4
COLD
125 mic
80 mic
100 mic
175 mic
?? HELP? TEMP
COLD
125 mic
80 mic
100 mic
175 mic
?? HELP? TEMP
1. Please insert the power cable
in the laminator and the power
supply.
80 mic
3
Ready Light does not come on after extended time
Cause
Laminator is in a hot, humid area.
Solution
Move laminator to a cool dry area.
Pouch did not completely adhere to item.
Laminated item may be too thick.
Pass through laminator a second time.
Jamming
Pouch was not used.
11. Before switching off laminator,
feed empty cleaning/carrier sheet
through machine to clean unit.
All our laminators have been designed to operate jam-free.
Pouch was not centered or straight when fed In the unlikely event of a jam occurring, please press the red
release buttons on the sides of laminator, and wait for the open
through Pouch/Document Entry.
light to turn on. (See image 1)
Need Help?
Please call our experts at
Customer Service. You’ll find
the numbers for your nearest
Service Centre on the
BACK cover of this booklet.
The laminator can be opened to remove incorrectly inserted items
as described under Maintenance. Please ensure that you follow
the described steps. (See image 2)
Gently pull on the jammed material to release it. (See image 3)
Make sure that no residue is left on the rollers and use
cleaning sheet before laminating.
Always put item in a pouch.
Align sealed edge with Pouch/Document Entry. Use guide to center.r
WARRANTY
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Fellowes warrants all parts of the laminator to be free of defects in material and workmanship
for 2 years from the date of purchase by the original consumer. If any part is found to be defective during the warranty period, your sole and exclusive remedy will be repair or replacement,
at Fellowes’ option and expense, of the defective part. This warranty does not apply in cases
of abuse, mishandling or unauthorized repair. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING THAT OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION
TO THE APPROPRIATE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. IN NO EVENT SHALL FELLOWES
BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS PRODUCT. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other legal rights that vary from
this warranty. The duration, terms and conditions of this warranty are valid world-wide, except
where different limitations, restrictions or conditions may be required by local law. For more
details or to obtain services under this warranty, please contact us or your dealer.
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