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Wilding electric typewriter TW1500E

There is load squeaking noise when switched on (perhaps something's jammed or requires lubricating ). How do I remove the bottom cover? I've unscrewed the 4 feet but it still can't be removed. Or does the top cover need to be removed, if so what holds that on? Label at rear of typewriter reads "Model SP8700" and "Made in Japan"

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  • Hal Anthony Feb 13, 2012

    Ooops typing error for 'load' read 'loud'.
    Think SP8700 may be type designation for Silver Reed typewriter, so perhaps Wilding TW1500E is a re-badged equivalent Silver Reed model.

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