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Royal Sovereign 1650H Help

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by lkt1954, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. lkt1954

    lkt1954 Member

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    Our RS 1650H just quit running, it ran fine all day, day help turned it off and now it wouldn't run. It will heat up, you can set the speed at ant level and when you close the rollers-nothing. I can turn both rollers by hand, the chain is intact. Any thoughts on how to get this thing running? I have 3 large graphics that have to go to a law enforcement department and they need laminated.

    If anyone has any ideas on who to get this to run or is there anyone in Amarillo, TX that can laminate these if I bring them the decals and laminate tomorrow? In a real bind here.............help.


    Thanks
    Larry
     
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  2. Custom_Grafx

    Custom_Grafx Very Active Member

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    I have one of those, and I was gonna say maybe your safety laser sensor is blocked... but I tried that on mine, and if I put my hand in front of it, it disables everything, it doesn't even let me adjust the speed/heat... so that probably means it's not a sensor issue...

    Sorry no idea what it could be...


     
  3. lkt1954

    lkt1954 Member

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    Ok got it fixed. It seems there was a small bolt on the left side of the table that was holding down a lever on what I presume is a safety switch which must have went to a long gone paper guard........All is well again.

    Thanks
    Larry
     
  4. boxerbay

    boxerbay Active Member

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    we open the covers and bridged the paper guard sensor. we had to in order to run acrylics thru it.
     
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