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My typewriter all of a sudden just stopped typing letters. im not sure if the ink has run out...it wasn't fading or anything before it stopped working mid typing

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The ribbon might have fade out, please try and replace the ribbon or check the ribbon selector if is not for stencil cutting. If is in stencil cutting it wont print on the papers as u type. Thanks

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