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Nakajima ae 710

We are having problems getting it to type were you can see it. We have changed the ribbon, and the printwheel what could be the problem?

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    It seems to have good ribbon. It is new, bought on a close out.

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You have to press code + either , or . at the same time, that function is for multistrike ribbon where the ribbon feed move slower.

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