Question about Brother ML-100 Typewriter
I don't know if I have accidentally hit something but my type writer is not typing the standard keys. For instance, I want to type "/" but when I hit that key it types ";" instead. On that key there are 4 characters: top right is ":", lower right ";", lower left "/", and upper left "?". All my keys that have something to the left will type that one instead of the usual one to the right. How do I fix this? I have already reset my type writer and tried leaving it off for a while.
Look for a switch that says "Kybrd 1" and "Kybrd 2" and put it on Kybrd 1.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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