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I need a new type wheel. The letter (i) will not

I need a new type wheel. The letter (i) will not type. I need a new wheel and cannot find one.

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  • Dick O Reilly May 11, 2010

    What type style are you looking for there are numbers on the wheel. We have a few in stock also the model number will be needed. DickyO 216-241-0027

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Olympia Startype 3 occasionally types double vertical line and spacing is changing between letters


Check the printwheel for any broken or bent spokes. vertical lines means the wheel is between letters so either a problem with printwheel or something preventing wheel from turning normally.

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if turning off for 20 seconds doesn't fix it look closely at the spokes and letters on the daisy wheel for bent or broken spokes or letters. replace daisy wheel if bent or broken about $35.00.

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the mark you are seeing is the print hammer hitting the paper. remove the ribbon. corr. tape & print wheel. turn on the typewriter. close cover let it home it's self. open cover put in print wheel. close cover let it nome. put in ribbon close cover. try typing if marks are still ther. you will need a new print wheel. if working then put in corr. tape or if you are better at spelling then me you will not need it

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I am trying to type a letter but when I strike the letter g it types a $. None of the keys seem to be lined up with the correct letter on the wheel. How do you correct this problem?


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the switch needs to match the print wheel stile you have in your typewriter. most typ's have 10 or 12.
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If the characters are showing up different than the ones you pushed then your wheel is probably bent. First, open the clear cover on your ml100. Second there is a black lever that you pull towards you. Next, you pull the wheel out and if any of the arms on it are bent than straighten them out, and make sure none of the arms are over lapping. Next, return the wheel, push the black lever back into place, close the clear cover and then hold down the code button and press the reset key (the "q" key). If that does not work then you need a new wheel. This is what just worked for me, I hope it helps.

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everythin is ok,you by a new wheel with letters and that wheel is for european market ,and y -z ar on the other sides

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Does it always type the same wrong letter ie a always prints u or w ? if so the print wheel drive gear is out of position. if not and it get random letters some thing may be interfering with the wheel rotation.

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Your T/W neads a new keyboard membrane, you cannot clean this type membrane so you will have to replace it.

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