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Changing script size on Cassette B

I don't remember how to change the script size on Cassette B. Can you help?

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Re: Changing script size on Cassette B

What machine do you have exactly?
#1 or #1+

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Re: Changing script size on Cassette B

If you have lost your information booklet the best thing is to reorder one from the company. You can do this by going online and simply typing in the name and no. of your machine. Most manufacturers will send a new book free. They may also have a number to call for that information.

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