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Paper Loading How do you load a new roll of paper?

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  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2007

    Cant get paper to feed into adding machine

  • Barbara12 Mar 31, 2008

    I cannot figure out how to load the paper.

  • cbp564 Jul 19, 2008

    can't load a new roll of paper.

  • Anonymous May 14, 2009

    I can't seem to figure out how to load the paper. someone help.

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Cut a diagonal to make a sharp corner on the end of the roll, then stick the corner into the paper slot, and then press the feed button.(arrow on top left)

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Put paper in the back and push the up arrow key

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Where I was guiding the paper, after feeding the paper through the back of the machine (the slot is located on the outside of the back of the machine), the paper naturally wanted to enter underneath the black plastic plate where it would end up underneath the entire printing mechanism. As the instructions indicate, the paper does not actually feed "under the black plastic plate", it should feed through it. There are two rectangular silver tabs, one on each side of the proper paper entry slot. I cut the paper at a very slight angle and finally found the magic entry point. Also if you make an arrow with the paper by folding the sides, it will help guide it in that tiny silver slot. Because the machine is so tiny, that entry slot is almost invisible, except for those two silver tabs. After you manage to insert the end of the angled cut through the "invisible slot" be sure the entire edge of the paper actually enters the slot so that when you push the "Feed" button, the paper is grabbed and fished through evenly. Hope this helps somebody!

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Just achieved, after trying for 2 days
Paper should drape over like toilet paper.
Cut sides to form a point in the middle.
Feed through back of machine. Paper will have a tendency to point upwards.
Guide though metal roller, then hit feed........should go through.

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Just achieved, after trying for 2 days
Paper should drape over like toilet paper.
Cut sides to form a point in the middle.
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Guide though metal roller, then hit feed........should go through.

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