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Model pt 80 tape doesn't feed. have changed both batteries and tape still doesn't work

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I have the same problem. There is a little arm attached to the base of the pinch roller. It's broken on mine causing the problem. Attempted to epoxy the part back together, did not work, part is too small where broken. Don't know if there is a replacement part. New P-Touch was $39.00 at Staples so I'll probably just buy a new one. You have to be pretty mechanically inclined to get the thing apart anyhow.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Tape on Brother PT-65 wraps on roller

If the end is already messed up you may need a new cartridge, if you can remove the tape and feed the end under the guide on the cartridge and re-install it should work properly again.

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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Its Very Easy To Fix This Issue,Just Follow Few Simple Step and You Solve Your Problem By Your Own,

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