Question about IBM 4230 Model 101 Matrix Printer
I recieved IBM 4320 printer Model 101. Dont have coaxial conections.
Need a solutions.
Ing Javier Sánchez Glez
I am a little confused on what you are trying to do. From what I know, a 4230-101 printer is a Twinax version not a coax. Might you have a 4230-201? That would be a Coax version. Also if you are trying to go from one interface to another and have a lower level machine 1 series or 2 then it’s going to require you to change out a lot of parts. You have a few different options if you need serial. They make a 4232-302 which is a serial/ parallel printer or a 4230-4I3 or 4S3 which is a twinax serial and parallel printer your choice of IPDS or not.
If you have any questions or are looking to get out of your 101 printer and into a serial printer I can work something out where I can take yours in exchange for a serial printer fully refurbished.
Please give me a call and we can work out the details.
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