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I ran out of printer paper and when I tried to reload the calculator I realized I don't know how to.. I don't see a slot to slide the paper into

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  • sanmellen Nov 12, 2008

    I have a Casio DR-T120 Calculator...ran out of paper...tried to reload...your suggestion was to just close the cover....that didn't work. Is there someplace I must feed the paper to reload?

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Close the cover with the paper sticking out of the cover. It then works!!! Good luck!!

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NOT A SLOT TO FEED IT SPECIFALLY
CLOSE THE COVER TILL IT FEEDS OUT

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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