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Not typing any letters

The daisy wheel and ribbon are installed correctly and the cassette is latched (plenty of good ribbon). Nothing is typing when I hit a key.

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    when i typing no letter came out

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The printhammer/wheel may not be latched into place. there is a black lever on the right side of the printhammer. you pull it towards you to remove the printwheel and forward to latch it into place. otherwise the machine will probably need repair, or just go to a thrift shop and you can pick one up for $10 to $25 dollars. just plug it in and try before you buy.

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