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Regarding the daisy wheel- I am about to replace it. I'm just wondering if the middle "wheel" normally rattles. Or is this just a good sign that it's time to replace it?

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Use of a/t modegood day just to ask query regarding my mitsubishi pajero 2.8 intercooler 4wd 4m40 engine, regarding button at center this indicated with mode A/T what this mean it can help me in my dr


You can use thar switch to control transmission/gear box response, middle is for normal driving, power is for holding gears up to higher RPMs and the other ones should say some like Snow, basically starts driving the car from 2nd gear to avoid wheels slippage.

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My cx 90 brother professional typewriter does not type the correct letter when done manally


First I would remove and inspect the daisy wheel for bent spokes. If that looks ok there may be a problem with the selection plate assembly, but it would take a technician to figure that out. Just make sure you turn the machine off/on if you removed the daisy wheel so it can re-initialize and find the home position of the daisy wheel. good luck.

Sep 06, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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When you type, each character you strike actually types another letter.


first try turn typewriter off, (button on left panel toward the back), then turn it back on, and while hold down the CODE button, press RESET key, the whole print head will move and reset

if that doesn't work, power off again, open the cover, release the lever to the Daisy Wheel, and inspect that Daisy Wheel - mine has a bent forward letter, and another letter was kinda stuck to the side of another letter... I gently fix both letters, put the Daisy Wheel back in, firmly lock it in place with the lever, close the cover... and voila, it works like a charm.

While you have it open you might want to dust (use the cleaning spray can duster)... You wouldn't believe what I found in my typewriter... Good luck!

If that doesn't work, I would replace the Daisy Wheel.
gkt

Jan 12, 2011 | Brother GX-6750 Typewriter

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How do i set a new daisy wheel for the ML 100


1. Open the top cover.
2. Pull the lever towards you to release the daisy wheel lock.
3. Remove the cassette daisy wheel by pulling it out of the machine by the protruding "ear' on the top right.
4. Insert the desired cassette daisy wheel into the slot and press down gently.
5. Slide the lever back to its' original position to lock the cassette daisy wheel in place. Make sure to press the lever firmly.
6. Close the top cover.
7. Press [CODE]+[RESET] to move the carrier to the previous position.
(make sure the daisy wheel cassette is not inserted backwards. The "ear" should always be on the upper right.
improper insertion of the daisy wheel may cause malfunction and incorrect printing.
It is not necessary to remove the cassette ribbon when replacing the daisy wheel.
Please check the shape of your daisy wheel cassette before replacing the daisy wheel. The daisy wheel cassette type "B" cannot be used with this machine.)

Dec 22, 2010 | Brother ML-100 Typewriter

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TYPING EVERY CHARACTER BUT WHAT I'M ACTAULLY TYPING-


Check for KBII and PS (ketboard II , Proportional space) or any bthing interfearing with the printwheel.

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Apr 06, 2010 | Brother SX-4000 Typewriter

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Changed Daisy Wheel and it's still not typing the correct letters


You can see the info on replaceing the daisy wheel here:

http://www.brother-usa.com/ModelDocuments/Consumer/Users%20Manual/UM_GX6750_EN_214.PDF

If yo need more assistance- you can give us a call or send an email.

Take care and good luck

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Sep 15, 2009 | Brother GX-6750 Typewriter

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Brother ML100 Typewriter:All of the sudden, it just won't type. It seems the 'hammer' doesn't hit the daisywheel. We've replaced the daisywheel, corrective tape, ribbon and still it goes through the...


Ok,there could be two possibilities ,1, The daisy wheel may not be seated in properly. Of course I assume that the print side of the daisy wheel is facing the platen and that when the typewriter is switched on the print unit makes its customary re-setting motion and that the daisy wheel spins around at the same time. if this does not happen make sure that the lock-in lever for the daisy wheel is pushed home.. I am sure that you do all these elementary things so the only other possibility is the the hammer seleniod is not fully functioning and would have to be re-placed....Good luck!

Nov 14, 2007 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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GX6750 Typing wrong letters


Linda,first of all,does the daisy wheel spin when the typewriter is first turned on? if it does,then you will feel assured that it is installed properly. Next, refer to your manual to key board settings. It will indicate that there are settings for normal standard English keyboard and somehow that setting may have been changed. It would be also be important to check the daisy wheel to see if it is compatible with standard English keyboard...Cheers, John

Oct 21, 2007 | Brother GX-6750 Typewriter

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Not typing the correct letters


The ML-300 needs to be reset each time the Daisy Wheel is removed or replaced or if the Keyboard Switch changes position. According to Brother, if this is not done the typewriter will print incorrect characters. Try these steps: 1) Open the Top Cover. There is a lever directly behind the Daisy Wheel. Pull the lever back towards you. Remove the Daisy Wheel by pulling it up and out. 2) Verify that it is the Standard Daisy Wheel that came with your machine and not a Symbol or International Daisey Wheel. Write down the Pitch (10, 12, or dual pitch 1012) printed on the wheel. 3) Reinstall the Daisy Wheel (the plastic top ear goes to your right.) Push the lever (step 1) forward. 4) Press the ALT key plus the PITCH key and the number 1 key simultaneously. Verify the Pitch setting is the same as is printed on the Daisy Wheel. 5) Press the CODE key plus the RESET key and the letter Q key simultaneously. This will reset the typewriter mechanism and align (or time, in technical terms) the carriage mechanism. Check if the typewriter prints correctly now. If still incorrect, perform these additional steps. 6) Verify the three position Keyboard Switch (inside the top cover, on the right side, at the bottom) is in the I=Standard position. The other positions are: II=International and III=Symbol. 7) If the Keyboard Switch is in the correct position, slide it to position III and then back to I. (This will clean the switch contacts in case they are dirty and not making good electrical contact. 8) Press the CODE key plus the RESET key and the letter Q key combination again to reset the typewriter mechanism. Check if the typewriter prints correctly now. If still incorrect, the only other things I can think of is that: 1) an incorrect Daisy Wheel is installed that does not work in the ML-300. Brother sell a "B type" Daisy Wheel with two plastic ridges/raised slots below the center of the Daisy Wheel (viewed with the raised top tab on your left.) The B type are incompatible with your machine. 2) the typewriter has failed and needs repair.

Sep 28, 2007 | Brother ML-300 Typewriter

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How to get the @ sign


You should just have to hold the shift key down and type the @

Aug 10, 2007 | Brother ML-100 Typewriter

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