If your Round-it-All is stuck...
If your Round-it-All is in the pressed down
position, please follow these instructions:
Tap your Round-it-All against a soft edge
such as shown on picture “A” where you
Round-it-All a few times against the soft
edge. This may very well cause it to
release. If this step does not work
proceed with the following.
1. As shown, take a small screwdriver
and carefully remove the bottom waste
2. Note as the picture shows the Round-it-
All with the waste compartment removed.
3. As shown, take a small screwdriver
and place it onto the center part of the
cutting blade by pushing it inward. This
will most likely make the blade pop back
into its proper and open position.
4. Very similar to picture 3, place a small
screwdriver onto the middle of the cutting
blade. Pushing the screwdriver down will
force it to pop back up into its open and
5. Replacing your waste compartment lid
6. With some minor pressure, the waste
compartment lid will go back into place.
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If your Round-it-All isn't cutting cleanly...
Please note that the Round-it-All is mainly designed for thick materials. If you are
them at a time.
When using photographs: photography paper contains a glossy layer of thin plastic.
It is recommended that if using photographs, you round off a group of photos at the
same time, facing up and adding a sheet of cardstock at the top of the stack.
Cleaning your Round-it-All...
grease that may be on the machine from the manufacturing process. This is
important to avoid any kind of grease marks on any of your projects.
properly shut please follow the steps
1. With a small screwdriver as shown
on pictures #1 and #2, remove the
waste compartment lid.
2. Once the lid has been removed as
shown on picture #3 apply pressure
with your thumb on the metal plate and
bend it inward slightly.
After these simple steps you are now
ready to reattach the waste
compartment lid back on the
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