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Typewriter just beeps

Peeps when you first turn typewriter on if ribbon carrier is at left frame  starts beeping continually.

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  • lwright66 Feb 04, 2009

    I have a Nakajima AE-710. When I turn on machine the print wheel goes to the left hand side and stops and just keeps beeping. cannot type.

    No stuck keys. Help!

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Very common problem, The print wheel homing sensore weirs broke off. you need to take off the ribbon deck. pull weirs from the white plastic sleeve that runs from carrier to main board. fined 3 weirs grouped together ( red, black,green) 1 or more of them are cracked in side the casing or have broke in 1/2. need to resolder them together little tough to do the 1st time. a bunch of sen sores came out with to hard of a weir making them brake premacherly

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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To set a margin beyond the left or right margin, move the carrier (or cursor) to that margin, press the Margin Release key, then proceed to move the carrier (or cursor) to the desired position. Then, press the Left or Right margin key to set the new margin. A beep will sound indicating the new margin has been set. When you set a new left or right margin, the previous margin is automatically cleared.

Alternatively, you can type beyond the right margin by pressing the Margin Release key and then continue typing when the carrier (or cursor) stops at the right margin. To type beyond the left margin, press the Margin Release key and then the Backspace key to move the carrier (or cursor) to the position where you want to start typing.

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Turn on and it has a continuous beep


Most typewriters have a "power on system test" or POST routine. Beeping means that it fails the test. With the power off, try moving the carriage all the way to the left and turn it on. Some typewriters, if the carriage is not right over the left sensor, will fail the POST. Most typewriters will check things like, "Is there a ribbon installed?" "Does the Daisy Wheel home?" and will move the carriage left to right to make sure that the sensors recognize the left and right limits. There are other checks of course, but those are the ones that are easily fixable.

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Turn off the typewriter, open the top-cover and inspect the area around the carrier for any damage or foreign objects.
2. Move the carrier towards the center of the machine.
a. When moving the carrier manually, it should be difficult to move, butit will move under steady pressure.
b. If the carrier moves freely, the drive mechanism may not be connectedproperly.
3. Remove the ribbon and inspect the cartridge for damage. Turn the colored knob on the left side of the cartridge to remove any slack from the ribbon.
4. Check the correction tape to insure that it has not become tangled ordamaged.
5. Close the top-cover and restore power to the machine.
If the problem persists, your machine may require service.

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Typewriter beeps incessantly, does not respond to input


First try a little WD40 on the shaft thatb the carrier slides on and look for debris in the carrier movement area,

DickyO

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My typewriter is beeping ...


Beeping means a problem, printwheel not on, ribbon out or jamed, carrier not moving, maybe against margin turn on and off ans dee what happens. If beep persist, possible bad carrier or board.

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Keyboard want work


If your machine is not printing properly:
1.Examine the ribbon cartridge to make sure it has not run out of Ribbon. If your ribbon appears silver or gray, install a new cartridge.
2. Ensure the black lever in the center of the carriage is pressed to the rear, towards the paper. If not press it to the rear to lock the Daisy Wheel into place.
3. With the typewriter turned off, press and hold down the "CODE" Key, the "SHIFT" Key, and the "TAB" Key.
4.Restore power with all three Keys depressed.
5.When the machine sounds a beep tone, release all three keys.
6.The carrier will move to the left indicating that the memory has been cleared and the machine has been reset.
7.Try typing.
If the problem continues, your unit will need servicing. You can locate a Brother Authorized Service Center in your area:
http://www.brother-usa.com/service/default.aspx

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Be sure you remove all packing materals. Check Printwheel, correction tape and ribbon installation. Be sure the carrier will move back and forth all the way.

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Doesn't sound good. Be sure the upper cover is fully closed, check for debris in the carrier area, give the silver shaft that the carrier rides on a shot of WD40, be sure the ribbon and L/O are properly installed and the print wheel dosen't have broken spokes.

DickyO

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When turned on the carrier must move to the left side frame, where it seneses the LEFT limit, then moves towards the right and parks at the Left Margin Position. Your problem sounds like something is interfering with the carrier movement to the LEFT limit (could be packaging). Turn the power OFF. Manually move the carrier to the RHGHT. Look inside the machine on the left side to check for foreign materials. Also check that the ribbon, correction lift-off tape, and printwheel are installed properly. GOOD LUCK!

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Check to be sure the printwheel is properly installed and that there isn't any debris in the printwheel area. DickyO

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