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My Monroe 4130 calculator will only print in red.

I just put a new Nu-kote BR113N ink ribbon in my calculator but it is only printing in red. The ribbon has red on the top and black on the bottom. Please help. I have same problem but different calculator. I put a new Nu-Kote BR80C ribbon in my calculator and it is only printing in red. I have a Canon MP49D calculator. This ribbon is black on top and red on the bottom. Please help.

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SOURCE: How to insert the ink ribbon in a Canon calculator CP1213D

A lot of trial & error but finally figured it out. The ribbon winds around the outside guides towards the number cartridge or wheel.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Changing Ink in the Canon P170-DH Printing Desk Top Calculator?

The manual for the Canon P170-DH calculator is found on the canon usa web site. It is 22 mg in size, but prints out to 4 pages in English, Spanish and French.

According to the manual: Use only Ink Roller CP-13.
There are four figures showing the steps, so you'll have to imagine it.
1. Turn power switch off.
2. Remove the printer cover (Figure1).
3. Hold the tab of the ink roller. Lift the ink roller out of the base (Figure2).
4. Insert the new ink roller into position. Push down on the center of the ink roller until it locks into place (Figure3).
5. Replace the printer cover (Figure4).

Print out the manual for yourself and put it in a safe place.

Posted on Nov 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Is there a ink ribbon for my Canon P100-DHII

This link shows the part numbers for the ink rollers and paper rolls.

Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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SOURCE: need to replace ribbon on canon mp25dv calculator

remove the printer cover, insert one spool on the left side pin, guide the ribbon though printer and inset other spool on right pin. make sure the ribbon looks like a C with the ribbon coming around the outside of each spool.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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SOURCE: need to know how to insert printing tape into

Install paper roll with end coming up from rear. Insert end of paper into slot at back of calculator until it stops. Then press feed button until paper advance thru slop at top.

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SOURCE: I need a manual for

You can download the manual from the manufacturer's web site at
http://www.usa.canon.com/app/pdf/calculator/MP49D.pdf

Posted on Aug 17, 2011

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Why does my Canon MP49D calculator print light?


Could it be you are using old ribbons? Are you using the correct ribbons?
did you put in the ribbon correct and is the ribbon transported, while it is printing, or is it stuck in the calculator. Just some questions to check out.

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Only prints in red


may have print ribbon installed upside down. what happens if you try printing a negative number? if that number prints in black, try turning ink ribbon over

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The ribbon will only print red ink


While in the D position or PD position, N Count
is OFF. In the N Count N position every
Plus, Minus, Equals Plus, Equals Minus,
Memory Plus or Memory Minus key depression
is counted. The Accumulator and its N Count
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How do you change the ribbon


Hi mkline519,

The new ink roller types are EA-781R-BK (Black) and, EA-781R-RD (Red).

To change the ink rollers.
1). Set the power switch to off.
2). Remove the printer cover. The little paper guard or, flap on top.
3). Remove ink rollers by turning each one counterclockwise and, pulling upwards. With the calculator facing you. Red is on the left and, black is on the right.
4). Install the new ink rollers in there correct position's. Simply press them in one at a time and, make sure they are secure.
5).Put the print cover back on.

If calculator prints blurry, the rollers may not be not secure. If you have any questions about this calculator simply post a comment and, I'll respond quickly.

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Need new ribbon


The ribbon code is BR80C. Nu-Kote has a version with a part number of NUKBR80C. You should be able to order it on line at Staples.

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turn it off & back on & that should fix it. the ribbon lift needs to reset.
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Call Monroe and ask them how you can get a manual. Otherwise Google to see if you can find any website that archives manuals has it for download

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