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How do I get the paper to feed into the back

I am trying to refill my roll of paper and cannot get the paper to feed

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  • mcaughey Feb 09, 2009

    I can't get a new roll of paper in this EL 1801V calculator.



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It helps to fold over the edge of the new paper so it's easy to insert far enough in to catch.

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Trying to put in a new paper roll


Turn off the Sharp EL-1801V.

  • 2 Cut the end of the replacement paper roll for a fresh edge and to ensure a smooth feed. Do not tear the paper roll, as feeding a torn paper roll can cause a paper jam.
  • 3 Insert the cut edge into the paper opening on the back of the Sharp EL-1801V. Hold the paper roll so that the edge being fed into the machine is coming from the bottom of the roll. Turn the power on.
  • 4 Press the "Feed" button until the paper is fed through the unit. Lift the metal paper roll holder up. Slide the paper roll onto the paper-roll holder.

  • Read more: Directions for Replacing the Paper Roll on a Sharp EL-1801V ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7294657_directions-paper-roll-sharp-el_1801v.html#ixzz1eNqkJA8g

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    Trying to replace the paper roll on a sharp EL1801V


    1 Turn off the Sharp EL-1801V.

  • 2 Cut the end of the replacement paper roll for a fresh edge and to ensure a smooth feed. Do not tear the paper roll, as feeding a torn paper roll can cause a paper jam.
  • 3 Insert the cut edge into the paper opening on the back of the Sharp EL-1801V. Hold the paper roll so that the edge being fed into the machine is coming from the bottom of the roll. Turn the power on.
  • 4 Press the "Feed" button until the paper is fed through the unit. Lift the metal paper roll holder up. Slide the paper roll onto the paper-roll holder.

  • Read more: Directions for Replacing the Paper Roll on a Sharp EL-1801V ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7294657_directions-paper-roll-sharp-el_1801v.html#ixzz1eNqkJA8g

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    How do you load the paper on this adding machine?


      • 1 Cut the beginning of the roll of paper at a 45-degree angle with the scissors for better feeding into the Canon P23-DH V.
      • 2 Lift the paper arm up and slide the roll onto the paper arm. The cut edge of the paper should be feeding down from the outside of the roll.
      • 3 Insert the cut edge of the paper into the small **** at the back of the calculator.
      • 4 Press the feed button in the upper left area of the calculator's keyboard to feed the paper roll up through the calculator.

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    How do I install adding machine paper roll


    Slide off the upper cover of the calculator, and cut across the paper roll to form a clean end.
    If you are mounting the roll externally (outside of the back of the calculator), then look for a slot in the rear of the calculator, which will accept the paper. Feed the end of the paper through the rear slot, and then into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After that, you can flip the arm back to mount the roll and replace the upper cover.
    If you want to place the roll inside of the calculator, then you need to feed from the bottom of the roll into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After you are finished, replace the upper cover.

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    Don't have a manual; have pulled the top off but can't figure out exactly how the paper should go in.


    Slide off the upper cover of the calculator, and cut across the paper roll to form a clean end.
    If you are mounting the roll externally (outside of the back of the calculator), then look for a slot in the rear of the calculator, which will accept the paper. Feed the end of the paper through the rear slot, and then into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After that, you can flip the arm back to mount the roll and replace the upper cover.
    If you want to place the roll inside of the calculator, then you need to feed from the bottom of the roll into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After you are finished, replace the upper cover.

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    How do you load the paper?


    Slide off the upper cover of the calculator, and cut across the paper roll to form a clean end.
    If you are mounting the roll externally (outside of the back of the calculator), then look for a slot in the rear of the calculator, which will accept the paper. Feed the end of the paper through the rear slot, and then into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After that, you can flip the arm back to mount the roll and replace the upper cover.
    If you want to place the roll inside of the calculator, then you need to feed from the bottom of the roll into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After you are finished, replace the upper cover.

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    Need help replacing the paper roll on a Casio BIG 12-Digit adding machine.


    Slide off the upper cover of the calculator, and cut across the paper roll to form a clean end.
    If you are mounting the roll externally (outside of the back of the calculator), then look for a slot in the rear of the calculator, which will accept the paper. Feed the end of the paper through the rear slot, and then into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After that, you can flip the arm back to mount the roll and replace the upper cover.
    If you want to place the roll inside of the calculator, then you need to feed from the bottom of the roll into the internal feed slot, and hold the [FEED] key. After you are finished, replace the upper cover.

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    Cannot load new paper roll into the calculator so it catches


    Replacing the paper roll involves feeding the evenly cut, uniform end of the roll through the fine slot located under the paper arm at the back of the calculator. (Even if the paper is only slightly wrinkled or cut unevenly, it will not feed through the teeth in the loading area.) 
    When getting ready to feed the paper into the calculator, envision your printout feeding out of the machine away from you and back toward the paper roll. Don't insert it upside down.
    To get the paper feeding through once you have partially fed it into the teeth, gently tap the paper feed button. Once or twice should do it. (The button is located on the far top left of the control panel, indicated by an arrow jagged saw mark icon). 
    Then, slide the paper roll onto the feeder arm and you're in business.

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    Putting new paper roll in


    It's difficult to see, but the feeder for the paper is on the back of the machine, just below where the roll of paper goes. You'll see a little slot above the opening for the batteries. Feed the paper in here and push the arrow up button above the ON/C button to get the paper feeding through the mechanism. It should pop out at the top!


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    Changing paper roll on Citizen CX-121 Calculator


    At the back between the top cover and bottom cover is a tiny groove to slip the paper in. Simple if you know how. I need a manual please.

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