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How do I get melted acetate out of my laser printer?

Asked by ezraglenn (3497points) December 17th, 2006
I tried to print a photo on a sheet of acetate in my laser printer, bt little did I know there was a tiny sign that said it heats up to 356 degrees fahrenheit inside of the machine! After it started printing it made a very bad noise and emitted smoke and stopped doing anything. Now bits of acetate are lodged inside and melted to the printer and this is not good! Any ideas?
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b's avatar
What is the make/model of the printer?
burlapmellish's avatar
You're best off buying yourself a new printer and learning a lesson about little warning signs. What do you need with melted acetate anyway? There are better ways to make Meth.
ezraglenn's avatar
I got a new printer.
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