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Codes Some kind of command was entered into the typewriter.  When I hit the "Shift 2" to get the "@" symbol, I'm getting the " symbol instead.  When I hit the "Shift 3" to get the "#" symbol, I'm getting the "/" symbol

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  • Lindsay2626 Dec 15, 2008

    I have the same exact problem. Your solution was to put it back to keyboard 1 mode. But how do you do that?

    Please help!



    Thanks,



    Lindsay

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You problbly put the machine in "keyboard 2" mode, just put it back into "keybrd 1"

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