The comon reason a wheelwriter will not print is because of a broken milling selnoid cap on the print senolid. Check and see if the print hammer is jiggleing a little when you print-if so all you need is the cap.
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There are 2 types of correction tapes, a sticky type and a non sticky type. The sticky type is for the IBM selectric series. If you have print wheel, you need the non sticky type. Touch the tape and see if it sticks to your finger, if it does, you have the wrong tape.
To my knowledge the 999 ribbon is the best avaivable. Try these things. put a little light (WD40 works well) oil on the back side of the print solenoid, then perss code and "Q" the display will show 1,2 or 3 set it at 3 and then try code "B" for bold print. These should help.
I am not personally familiar with Nakajima AX-150 it’s been over a year since I have seen one. First do you see those characters on the keyboard? If you do but get a different character when you type it? If so, then you likely have either a non-OEM printwheel or possibly a non-English language printwheel. As you see from the samples below every Nakajima brand print wheel has both on those characters.