How to Install the Front Feed Assembly on a Royal Sovereign Laminator?

posted this on Mar 29, 2016


 


Here is a transcript of this video: On this video, we’re going to show how to put a front-feed assembly on a Royal Sovereign laminator. When you receive your kit, you’ll receive a crate that looks similar to this. What you will need is a pair of scissors and a socket set with an 8 mm or 5/16 socket. What you’re going to do is remove the strapping. On the ends, you’ll have some screws to remove and the hinge here to unlatch. Inside, you’ll find a set of 3” auto-grips, the shaft bar, eight screws and your two brackets. We’re going to remove the packaging off your brackets. You need to identify which is your left and your right bracket. Your right side will have the tensioning knob similar to what you have on the side of your laminator, and this will identify your right-hand side. Our next step is to remove our feed table, and we’re going to remove the bottom supply shaft from our laminator. Next, we’ll need a set of Allen wrenches, either metric or English. We will take our bracket, our Allen wrenches and our screws. You’ll need four for each side. Your screws will come in with lock washers. Position the lock washer. On the side of your laminator, you’ll have a set of openings for screws. You want to line up your bracket to those holes and insert the screws. We want to take our Allen wrench, tighten up on our brackets and now proceed to the other side. Again, you’ll have a series of holes to line your bracket up with, screws in. Now, the next step is to take out our auto-grips and the shaft bar out of the packaging. Position our auto-grip on the shaft. These will be needed to be tightened down. We’ll add this to the front of our laminator by inserting the right side into the hex and dropping the bar down. Now, we’ll replace our bottom supply shaft and finally our feed table, making sure that the table engages the micro-switch on the side of the laminator. All we need to do now is tighten down our auto-grips, and our assembly is complete. Thank you.

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