Question about Canon BP120 DH Calculator
Not quite this calculator, but visually similar... closest I could find online at this point of my 20 minute search for manual or such instructions. Short story - am finding that the printing is fading and wondered how do I change this? Is there ink? A part to change? What? This calculator was given to my church office about 7-10 years ago, and so no manual was given with it. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Hi there, there are a couple possibilities. First, Remove the cover where the paper feeds out, if there is a ribbon or an ink roller in there it will need replacing. This you can get a staples. The other possibility is, if there is no ribbon or ink roll, it is probably a thermal printer which means is uses a special heat sensitive paper. If this started when you changed the paper, this is most likely the problem. This you can also get at staples!
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