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How do i take out the ink thingy

How do i take out the ink thing?

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You will need: 1 Replacement ink roll - Porelon PR42 Ink Roll (This roll will replace the black and red ink all on one roll) Available at OfficeMax or other supply stores.

You must first remove the clear plastic cover on top of the calculator (where the tape comes out). Remove the old ink roll. You will see on the roll where it says "pull up". It will pop out easily. Replace it with the new ink roll, it will just snap in place. Replace the clear plastic cover. It should now be ready to go!

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It should just pop straight out towards the top. There's a little tab that you can grab and pull up on that. :)

Posted on Mar 30, 2008


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