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My NAKAJIMA ELECTORNIC AX-160 TYPE A DIFFERENT WORDS

Hi, I have a problem with my typewriter when i typing it will type a different words. For example, when i type the word "a" it will type the word "z". May i know the way to solve my problem. Thank you.

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I believe there is a pitch selector slide switch, slide it back and forth a few times then leave it in 10 or 12 pitch.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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Please check the tastature configuration and make a test chart.If you have an old typewriter see the type caracters order and modify in your new machine.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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