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Character Set is all messed/mixed up

Without a Keyboard Selection display, it is hard to determine what character set is on. This is what a line of type looks like starting from the left (middle row "A")

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  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2009

    No matter what key we type, only the letter E appears.

  • awlmine0511 Mar 11, 2009

    For some reason here at our office our typewriter is typing all incorrect letters. For example I type letter "a" and i'll get a letter "u"? How on earth do you fix this? My boss is having a fit and i can't figure it out.

  • lpscientific Mar 11, 2009

    character's are all messed up

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There is a little metal pin on the opposite side of the wheel , line the dot to the arrow and re insert.

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I need the caracter ü

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