Everything seems intact and working except-paper will not feed in.Looking at underside, seems like a gap between drive roller on motor shaft and plastic paper roller,.Is there a rubber "tire" or something missing from this drive roller?
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This seems to be fault in the transport of the paper in the rollers. So if you have used any adhesive sticker printing, it is possible that some glue has got clogged into the rollers. If not there can be some jammed paper in the rollers or the mechanism. So start this work only if you are mechanically able with the right tools. Remove the covers to get access to the mechanism . Remove the motor drive assembly , the fitting of the motor to the mechanism. Once this is removed the rollers can be turned manually so that you will be able to feed a paper to see the progress of the movement while studying if there is any obstruction or damage to the paper. There is a in-detect sensor, usually an opto-coupler , make sure this is not clogged or dirty as this IR detection feeds the signal to the processor for starting the motor drive feed. Reassemble but make sure the rollers are aligned to be in equal gap to feed the paper without a side pull. Now you must print and see if the fault has changed. If not repeat the above workto confirm the area of obstruction
While looking at the front of the P23-DH printing calculator. Fold down the
paper holder and turn the calculator back around to face you. Then, cut the paper
on the roll straight across. Then, feed the paper into the slot in the back of
the calculator. Turn the calculator on to the print mode. Then hit the "feed"
button. The paper will feed through and you are ready to go.
Hello, my name is Curtis, and I am a Sharp Customer Service Rep. What you will want to do is on the back of the calculator there should be a thin horizontal slot that you would feed the paper through, it will only feed so far before it hits a wall on the inside, make sure the calculator is turned on and press the feed key in the upper left side of the calculator, it should take up the paper, if not then give us a call at 1-800-237-4277 or 1-800-BE-SHARP. Hope everything works out.
While looking at the front of the P23-DH V printing calculator. Fold down the paper holder and turn the calculator back around to face you. Then cut the paper on the roll straight across. Then feed the paper into the slot in the back of the calculator. Turn the calculator on to the print mode. Then hit the "feed" button. The paper will feed thru and you are ready to go.
Okay just figured this one out but on the back of the claculator there is a slip slid paper in that Press the feed key and allow the paper to feed through the claculator if it doesn't feed through push the paper in a little and hit the feed key again. It worked for me
I had the same problem...but I fixed it. Here's how:
At the very back of the calculater under the paper roller there is a very thin horizontal slot.
Insert the tip of the paper roll into the slot, then press the paper advance button located on the top left hand sidw of the calculator until you see the paper.
Guide the paper through the top slot and voila.
Where I was guiding the paper, after feeding the paper through the back of the machine (the slot is located on the outside of the back of the machine), the paper naturally wanted to enter underneath the black plastic plate where it would end up underneath the entire printing mechanism. As the instructions indicate, the paper does not actually feed "under the black plastic plate", it should feed through it. There are two rectangular silver tabs, one on each side of the proper paper entry slot. I cut the paper at a very slight angle and finally found the magic entry point. Also if you make an arrow with the paper by folding the sides, it will help guide it in that tiny silver slot. Because the machine is so tiny, that entry slot is almost invisible, except for those two silver tabs. After you manage to insert the end of the angled cut through the "invisible slot" be sure the entire edge of the paper actually enters the slot so that when you push the "Feed" button, the paper is grabbed and fished through evenly. Hope this helps somebody!