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Load paper Can you provide explanation on how to load the paper? I have tried several ways and nothing works.

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Re: load paper

You must feed it through the back of the machine while depressing the feed key. make sure it is the right size paper and hopefully there is not a jam in the machine. If so you can try sliding a business card through the slot where the paper goes and force any jammed paper out of the path.

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

Re: load paper

I had the same problem. I cut the paper at an extreme angle so that I could grab an end of it as it feed through. I then gave it a gentle tug and noticed that it tried to pull something else with the paper. At this point I knew there was a problem and after disassembling it I noticed that the lower rubber roller had burned a flat spot on it and would not roll anymore. TRASH... Well not really. I ended up getting a bunch of rubber gromits and reinstalling it and it works great. Not really sure it was worth my time fixing it however.

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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Cut paper at a 45 degree angle and load into back slot with angle (apex) of paper to the right of machine when facing it. Be sure to push it thru when loading. You should see tip next to calculator number wheel. Hit the additon sign several times to advance. You may need tweezers to pull paper thru if it doesn't advance by itself.

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Okay...It took me forever to figure it out but I finally got it. On the back of the calculator there is a slot (back meaning where the black cord is connected to the calculator). fold the paper to make a perfect straight line. feed the paper through there and press thee upward arrow. it should work.

hope I helped...=)

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Maybe the commenter should get a life and do something else besides trolling sites like this sniping at people trying to do real work.

We came here to see if someone had solved the problem...sure, we're smart enough to buy a new one, but why throw out something that can be fixed for a few minutes time or a few dollars investment.

My problem ended up being a small piece of paper caught in the paper path...working paper through it several times cleared the issue. Hope that helps someone.

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Loading paper

Hi, 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.

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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!

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