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Margin release I see the words m rel at top of typewriter right above the number 6, how do I get the margin release to work?

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You need to hit the alt key while hitting the number that corresponds with M rel. This goes for any of those gray options above the number key. Took me a couple of weeks to figure that one out. Good Luck!

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Most of these small portable typewriters have dual function keys. You need to find the keytop that has Margin Release on it. It might say Mar Rel. If this in in a color that is different then what ever else is on the key then this is a daul function key. What this means is that you also have to look for a code or mode key. Once you find that hold that key down while pressing the Mar Rel key once. Then release both keys and use the backspace key to back up through where your left margin is currently set. Once you have done that you can reset the left margin at that point by findind and pressing the Left Margin key. Note that the left margin key might also be a dual function key.
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Without knowing the exact model of your machine I will give yu thi generic answer for most Brother electronic typewriters.
1. Depress the return key so the carrier is at the LH margin
2. Depress the M Rel (margin release) key or function(this may be a CODE + KEY function if the M REL is imprinted on the cover above the number KEYS.
3. Depress the BACKSPACE key until you are at the position you want the left margin location
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