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How do I store & then retrieve the stored item

I just got an IBM wheelwriter 6 at work. How do I store items and then retrieve the stored item? Also this typewriter does not have a display/
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    Just tried it today. it WORKS!! thank you

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On the L. side of the keyboard are 3 keys store, plat & delete. To store hold the store key and press 00-99 for an address, type info., press store again. To play hold play and press address, the delete works the same way. to find out what is in memory press code and "D".

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Thank you...thank you...thank you!

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On the L. side of the keyboard are 3 keys store, play and delete.

To store in memory press and hold store key and type an address 01-99 then type what ever on completion press store again.

To play hold play and type address.
To delete hold del. and type address.

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1press and hold the code key and type the # 1 thru 99 wher you want to store the job(chose any one number)
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4 the printwheel spins
5you may begin typing when the store light is on solid
6 let the carrier return automatically at the end of each line of type

7close the store when finished by pressing and releasing the store key

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