Question about Canon P1-DHV Calculator
I have a casio HR-100 TM. After spending over an hour, and scouring the casio website which had an obscure spot that covered a totally different calculator!.... I found a slot in the back of the machine that when I folded the paper into an arrow, FINALLY went in! You may have to try a few times, but it will go in just keep holding down the feed button as you push and jiggle the paper.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
The paper will naturally want to curl upward when you feed it into the back to the machine. The paper needs to be curled downward (that is what makes it so difficult to feed).
Posted on Jun 26, 2012
There is a slot just in front of the printer,
1. on the calculator power
2. slot the paper in until stopped
3. press "Feed" button
the printer should be able to feed the paper out. Of course do note that there is a selection "PRINT" is to use the calculator with printer function, "ON" is just to use the calculator without printer function.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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