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HOW DO YOU USE A DASH OR TYPE IT ON A BROTHER PT-1750, CANT FIND AWAY TO USE THE - SYMBOL

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Will not turn on


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How to print backslash character on P-touch labeler


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Cant find label refills


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"The Buffer Full message is displayed if more than 60 characters, this
would include symbols, accents, and returns, have been entered to be
print. To clear this message press the BS key to delete some existing
text and rephrase the text to maximum of 60 characters.

However if the Buffer Full message is displayed before 60 characters
have been entered to be print, then your P-touch may need to be reset.
To reset the machine:

1. Power off the machine.

2. Hold down the ""CODE"" and the C""LEAR"" keys.

3. With both keys depressed, press the ""ON/OFF"" key once.

4. Release the ""CODE"" and the ""CLEAR"" keys.

If your machine is within Warranty, please contact our Customer Support
Center at 1-877-478-6824 so that we may make arrangements according the
product warranty.

If your machine is out of warranty, you may take your machine to a
localBrother Authorized Service Center. To locate a local Brother
AuthorizedService Center visit our website (http://www.brother-usa.com).
You can also locate a local Brother Authorized Service Center by calling our automated phone system at 1-800-284-4357. This
system can provide you with either a verbal listing or a printed listing
via facsimile.

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Brother P-touch labeling system PT-1750


You dont. This machine was designed to waste your money and raise Brothers profits.

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