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Trouble Feeding Tape into Calculator

I am having trouble loading the paper into the calculator. I have folded the paper, stuck it into the slot and pressed the feed button several times and still no success. Please help!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    The feed gear does not pull the paper in. I think it may have been broken?

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Use a thin plastic card and put it on the load,maybe you have a paper on printer ,press feed and you vill clear all paper path

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