Scotch Brand TL901C User manual

Scotch Brand TL901C User manual
For premium quality lamination, use
Scotch” Brand Thermal Laminating
Pouches. Look for them in these
convenient sizes:
TP5900-20
Thermal Pouches
For items up to 4" x 6"
20 Pack, 5 mil
TP5902-20
Thermal Pouches
For items up to 3.5" x 5"
20 Pack, 5 mil
TP5903-20
Thermal Pouches
For items up to 5" x 7"
20 Pack, 5 mil
TP5851-20
Thermal Pouches
For Business/1.D. Cards
20 Pack, 5 mil
TP5852-10
Thermal Pouches
For LD. Badges
10 Pack, 5 mil
TP3854-20
Thermal Pouches
For items up to 8.5 x 11
20 Pack, 3 mil
TP3854-50
Thermal Pouches
For items up to 8.5" x 11"
50 Pack, 3 mil
Limited Warranty This product will be free from defects in material and manufacture for
a period of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase. User is responsible for determining
whether the product is fit for a particular purpose and suitable for user's application. If this
3M product is defective within the warranty period stated above, your exclusive remedy and
3M's sole obligation shall be, at 3M’s option, to replace or repair the 3M product or refund
the purchase price of the 3M product, This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, or
damage resulting from accident, misuse, alteration or lack of reasonable care,
TL901 Thermal Laminator
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights
which may vary [rom stale to state, or country Lo country, To obtain warranty
service contact 3M at 1-800-772-4337,
product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, regardless
of the legal theory asserted, including warranty, contract, negligence or strict liability.
Some state and countries do not allow the exclusion or imitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you,
Limitation of Liability 3M will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from this 3M
For more information or help with your
Scotch” Thermal Laminator,
call the 3M Help Line:
1-800-772-4337
70-0714-3101-2
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Important! Please read entire enclosed instruction booklet
before beginning your lamination project.
SPECIFICATION OF PARTS FUNCTION
2
Body: ABS plastic housing
Ready Indication Light
Input Tray Guides
Inlet: The entrance for the object to be laminated
Outlet: The exit for the laminated object
Jam Release Lever
On/Off Indication Light
On/Off Switch
Heat Setting Switch
9 (Figure 1)
SPECIFICATIONS
15,75" x 11”
5 ft.
m
3
(UL) 120V 60Hz
258W, 2.2A
| | approximately 1/8 inch or 3 mm. | Ш 3. If white spots appear DN |
INTENDED USE (Figure 2, Figure 3) GENERAL USE or the laminated pouch A CAUTION
а од 7. Adjust input t ides to th INSTRUCTIONS appears hazy, send the item,
This laminator is designed for ntl of your Kar nal g : = | sealed end first, through the 1. Place unit on flat, secure,
use with Coma Eo Insert the pouch with the item, | laminator again. stable surface.
polichics for laminating paper sealed-edge first, straight into the 1. Use 3 to 10 mil thick pouches. 4. Items have to be laminated 2. Laminati hine and
or flat paper-like items between COS a UD The laminator is designed - Laminating machine an
к laminator inlet. Hold the pouch : En on both sides. One side laminated items mav become
two film layers. It 1s intended for an ee to work with pouches that lamination mav cause the a Te: y DE ded
home, home office or small f : are a minimum of 3 mils ue ot during use. 1t 15 not mten
cs uy Treat made! orward. (Figure 4) Soy : film to be rolled into the for use by unsupervised
с и (1 mil = 0.001 inches) and machine making it unusable : :
for use with laminator include: 8. The lammated item will a maximum of 10 mils thick. 8 children. Do not leave laminator
currency, Social Security cards, automatically exit the outlet of Using pouches that are 5. DO NOT insert the open end unattended while turned on or
thermal papers, stamps, credit the laminator. Do not pull the thinner or thicker may cause of the pouch into the machine in use. Allow machine to cool
cards, cards with a magnetic pouch through the laminator. 1f jamming or difference in to prevent it from being rolled before moving. Allow laminated
strip and other similar items. the pouch should become jammed quality (ex. bubbling). into the machine. items to cool before removing.
Also, do not use sharp objects, or not feed correctly, hold down 2 Tf the lami d Do not cover vent holes on
unheatable plastic, historically the jam release lever and pull the | в ое а [ bottom of machine while
valuable papers or pouch through the laminator. eo and = us CARE AND It Is In Use.
one-of-a-kind items. 9 R bafta it bi ua Yen que hon, CARE rye 3. To reduce the potential for
. Remove pouch after it has excessive heat may have MAINTENANCE lectrical shock:
stopped moving and sheet is been created in the machine. So EEO IoC:
Sem 3 cool. (Figure 3) To avoid overheating and its
OPERATING 10. When finished laminating, consequent inferior В CIO anunator 1 eal * ana e оо
INSTRUCTIONS move the power switch to laminating result, insert a down and unplug before aminating machme 11 1
; thé “off” nosit lece of conv -Daner into the cleaning. Wipe exterior has a damaged power cord
© oll postion. Chg ie of laminator with cloth or plug, if it is not working
Place the laminator on a flat, Sealed Edge excessive heat before your to remove dust. properly, has been dropped
ecuestres У formal laminating. 2. The roller heater is fragile. DO EE
Plug the power cord into a NOT DROP or impact machine. . Do not use laminator
standard 120V outlet. (Figure 2) (Figure 4) a isa fs in wet environments. The
Move the power switch to the “on” EU unit 1s intended for indoor
iy use only.
position. Make sure the |
red power light 15 illuminated. * Do not remove outer
Adjust the Heat Setting switch as a
necessary. The 3 mil setting should has rl f
be used for laminating standard i
printer paper or lighter weight Keep power cord away
items. The 5 mil setting should be from hot surfaces.
used for photo paper, business à Canes mimar
cards and other thick items. (Figure 3) a standard 120V outlet
Wait for the green ready light to 9 + Unplug the machine from
Core Bu. electrical outlet before 1t
Insert the item to be laminated into 1s moved or when it is not
a Scotch™ Thermal Laminating = ; in use for an extended
Pouch, so that the borders are even D (Figure 5) period of time.
on all sides. The suggested
minimum border on all sides is
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