This weekend my laminator broke. A mix of laminate and paper managed to wrap itself around the rollers and gummed up the whole mechanism.
I could have quite easily (and cheaply) bought a new one. But I didn’t. I took the old one apart and fixed it.
Not only did I save myself some money, I also learnt a little bit more about how a laminator works. So next time something breaks why not try fixing it before you buy a new one? What’s the worst that could happen? It’s broken anyway; you can only make it more broken.
This is what had jammed itself in the mechanism: