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DOESN'T PRINT RED/NEGATIVE NUMBERS ANY MORE

I CHECKED THE INK ROLLERS & THAT'S NOT THE PROBLEM. I HAVE TWO CALCULATORS WITH THE SAME PROBLEM. OTHERWISE THEY WORK.

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  • bernicev Jan 27, 2009

    When printing negative or subtracting, the calculater doesn't print in red. I have a re/black ribbon in.


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Did you buy a red/black inker or all black?

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