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My IBM Wheelwriter 3 does not show the print when I type?

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If this an ibm ww30 the row of keys on the left labled store delete & play control the memory press and hold store and press 0 thru 99 to assign an address release store key type info then press store again, to print press play and the address .

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Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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I've hit a wrong key and now it won't print what I am typing it just moves along the line


Just hit the mode key until TYPE, on the display, is highlighted. There are 3 modes, TYPE (where the machine functions like a normal typewriter), L/L (Where what you are typing shows up in the display and then prints when you hit the "RETURN" button. You can make corrections, in this mode, before you print the line, which saves using your correction tape.) and STORE (which is used to store memory information, such as format and phrases.)

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I need to operate the "CODE" button. How do I copy typed info with "CODE"?


If you want to store something and reprint it later. On the L. side of the keyboard are 3 keys STORE, PLAY and DELETE. Hold the store key, type in a address 01-99 release store key, type info, touch store again. To print hold play, type address, release play.

BE SURE THAT BATTERIES ARE GOOD AND THE HOLDER ISN'T CORRODED OR YOU WILL LOSE THE MEMORY ON POWER DOWN!!!

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Mar 18, 2011 | Lexmark Wheelwriter 6 Series II Typewriter

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How do we use the memory? we need a manual


There are 3 keys on the L. side of the keyboard Store, Play And Del. To save info hold the stor, type the address 01-99, release store, type info, press store again. To print hold play, type address, release play. Delete works the same way.
BE SURE THE BATTERIES ARE GOOD OR YOU WILL LOOSE SAVED MEMORY ON POWER DOWN!!

You can get a maual @http://support.lexmark.com/index?page=content&id=SO4998&actp=search&viewlocale=en_US&userlocale=EN_US&segment=SUPPORT

DickyO

Jan 26, 2011 | IBM Wheelwriter 30 Typewriter

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La memoire de la machine s'est effacer comment la reprogrammer?


On the left side of the keyboard are 3 keys store, play and delete. Hold the store key, type an address 01-99, release store, type information, press store again.
To print hold play and type address, delete works the same way.
BE SURE THE BATTERIES ARE GOOD AND THE HOLDER IS CLEAN OR THE MEMORY WILL BE LOST ON POWER DOWN.!

DickyO

Jan 11, 2011 | IBM 3500 Typewriter

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How do i restore original settings on the ibm wheelwriter 3500 type writer. It doesnt print text until entire words are input on the lcd


Here is a simple way to record. You have 99 memory slots. Hold the store and press "1" type what you want in memory. Press "store" to close the storage area. When you want to play what you stored, press and hold play and tap "1" it will play just what you stored. You can repeat this 1 through 99 until the memory is full.

Jul 07, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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IBM wheelwriter 6


If this ia a wheelwriter 6 on the l. side of the keyboard are 3 keys store, play & delete. To store hold store and press an address 01-99, rel the store key, type info., then press store again. To print hold play and type address 01-99 info. will print.


Dicky O

Oct 31, 2008 | IBM Wheelwriter 30 Typewriter

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How to set memory


On the L. side of the keyboard there are 3 keys store, play and delete.

To store hold code and press store type in 01-99 for an address, rel keys, type info. when complete press store.
To play press play and the address 01-99 to print.
To delete press del. and address.

DickyO

Jul 23, 2008 | IBM Wheelwriter 30 Typewriter

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WHEELRITER 6 LOST MEMORY.


When it turns on do the lights blink and go out on the first key touched? If so the battery hilder is probably corroded. Clean the contacts with sand paper. When this is solved you can start storing again. The data is lost and can't be retrieved.

DickyO

Feb 23, 2008 | Lexmark Wheelwriter 6 Series II Typewriter

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Store Information


To clear an address in memory press and hold delete key on the l. side of keyboard and 01-99 to clear those addresses. To store info. press and hold store and the address 01-99 where you want to store it, when complete press store again. To print press play and the address.

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DickyO

Nov 29, 2007 | Lexmark Wheelwriter 2500 Typewriter

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