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If all you remember is the # 80, maybe what you have to do is insert the the paper in the machine and then press [PLAY] + the number 80 and, then, each time the playback stops at a stop point, type the variable text to be inserted (check the " Playing back a repetitive letter" section of the manual).
You can also get a print "directory" of all text stored (check the "Advanced Storage" chapter).
Hope this helps.
There is no replay key on a WW6 however there is a memory.
On the L. side of the keyboard there are 3 keys store, play and delete, to store hold store and type 01-99 as an address release thwe keys and type info when finished press store again.
To play hold play and type address.
To delete follow same proc.
The Wheelwriters all take the same printwheels some WW3's won't do proportional space. The different part #'s may mean they have special symbols like double underscore, other than that they should work on a WW5.