It's not obvious indeed! The idea is to; 1. take out the ring (try it by releasing the back part first! easy does it. 2. put tape into the Dymo 1855 mk II by pressing the white lever down 3. then take the tape you pushed through and guide it through the ring. 4. Put the ring back into the Dymo.
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Ebay is your best bet for this one! I've found manuals for many older devices there, including a 100 year old cash register. You may have to add it as al "alert" it there's not one listed now, but I guarantee there will be eventually, and if you utilize the alert system Ebay offers, you'll be notified when one is listed for sale. Good luck!
Move the blue lever on the R. side of the ribbon to the rear and lift the ribbon out unsnap the correction tape from the bottom, reattach the correction tape to the new ribbon. Insert the the two small tabs on the rear of the ribbon into the slots in the ribbon deck and snap ribbon into place. For apicture go to lexmark.com, click your way to publications and you will find a manual.
The correction tape cartridge "piggybacks" under the ribbon cartridge. Flip your black ribbon over, line up the front dges of the two ribbons and gently press down on the correction ribbon 'till the two wing tabs at the top are attached to the slots at the top of the black ribbon. Be sure to take up any slack in the ribbons BEFORE re- installing.
Take off the ribbon, just inside the rt. side frame of the printer is the mech. for L/O feeding. There is an arm that moves back and allows the feed to ****, that mech. is probably gummy, lube with some WD40 on both sides of the printer (the left side sets up correction lifting.
My repair book shows:
1 Make sure the printwheel in installed correctly. 2. make sure the ribbon and correction tape are installed correctly 3. turn the typewriter off wait 30 seconds then turn back on if the same thing happens install another printwheel. 4 turn the typewriter off wait 30 seconds then turn it back on if the same thing happens call for service.