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Types incorrect characters

I have checked the print wheel, and performed the [code]+[reset]. Most characters print correctly except for the following: f=@ j=[ v=# !=$ @=v #=& $=* (=% )=( -=/ _=? J=f. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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  • jpvande Aug 15, 2007

    It was working fine last time used, I don't know how the switch got changed, but that cured it - thank you very much!!

  • Deb Raymer Mar 28, 2009

    all the letters print correct except the J prints an f and all the letters you have to shift for the second character are wrong when printed.

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Have you checked the keyboard switch inside on the right. The US setting is the selection to the rear.

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