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Loading paper into a 1205-3 Victor calculator?

What is the easiest way?

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  • nross35 Jan 25, 2009

    I am not the first user and do not have any instructions?

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I just got the same calculator without a manual. Fold over one corner of the tape so it almost goes to the other edge of the paper, making a 45 degree angle. Insert the tip of the tape into the slot at the back of the calculator and push it ahead until the corner goes under the black plastic part. I had to push it ahead a little more until it was starting to come upward on the other side. Push the arrow button at the top left corner of the keypad to advance the tape.

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Cut end of paper making a point and bend it down a little - will feed right in

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