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Setting margins runs to the left against type writer and starts buzzing how to fix problem

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SOURCE: What keys do I use the change the left and right margins?

You set the margins by putting the printhead where you want the margin set, and holding down the CODE key, push the key under where L MAR or R MAR is printed, (above the top keys on the keyboard) depending on whether you want to set the right or left margin.
If you want to set the left margin to the left of where it's set, hold down the CODE key and push the key under MAR REL. Then using the Backspace (or spacebar, if you backspace too far) position the printhead where you want the mar. set and holding down the CODE key, hit the key under L MAR.
Setting the right margin works the same way.

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Go to BROTHER.COM, click on support you will find a downloadable manual there.

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