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I have a casio DL270B Calculator one of the paper tape holder broke,where can find the part to replace it.

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the tape goes into a small slot on the backside of the machine, not in the clear plastic cover. Install the roll so the paper rolls off the bottom, not over the top. Folding the paper back about 2" does help you get it through.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Loading Paper into a Casio Calculator

This isn't too complicated. And for the lazy guy that just put a phone number for the fix, what the heck do we need FixYa for anyway? :\ For cryin' out loud! :) )

1. Slide the clear plastic cover toward the back to remove and flip of the metal spool holder up. Place the roll of paper on the holder. (Make sure the paper drops off the "back" of the spool for proper feed.)

2. Feed the paper into the bottom slot at the **** end of the calculator.

3. Feed the paper through that bottom slot along the inside case under the black guide inside. If you tilt the calculator correctly, you can look inside and see there is a way to slide the paper under the guide.

4. Making sure the paper slides as far as it can, press the FEED button until the paper starts feeding.

5. Feed enough paper to slide through the clear plastic cover and you're all set.

This isn't factory, it's just what I figured out playing with the thing. If you can think of a better way of explaining the procedure, by all means edit this and post!

God bless!!

Maridian

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SOURCE: HOW TO INSTALL PAPER ROLL IN CASIO HR-8TM

There is a slot just in front of the printer
1. turn the power on
2. turn the switch to "PRINT" position
3. slot the paper in & press "FEED"
4. the paper should be able to feed up

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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This isn't too complicated. And for the lazy guy that just put a phone number for the fix, what the heck do we need FixYa for anyway? :\ For cryin' out loud! :) )

1. Slide the clear plastic cover toward the back to remove and flip of the metal spool holder up. Place the roll of paper on the holder. (Make sure the paper drops off the "back" of the spool for proper feed.)

2. Feed the paper into the bottom slot at the **** end of the calculator.

3. Feed the paper through that bottom slot along the inside case under the black guide inside. If you tilt the calculator correctly, you can look inside and see there is a way to slide the paper under the guide.

4. Making sure the paper slides as far as it can, press the FEED button until the paper starts feeding.

5. Feed enough paper to slide through the clear plastic cover and you're all set.

This isn't factory, it's just what I figured out playing with the thing. If you can think of a better way of explaining the procedure, by all means edit this and post!

God bless!!

Maridian

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