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Re: Loading paper tape
I had the same problem. I cut the paper at an extreme angle so that I
could grab an end of it as it feed through. I then gave it a gentle tug
and noticed that it tried to pull something else with the paper. At
this point I knew there was a problem and after disassembling it I
noticed that the lower rubber roller had burned a flat spot on it and
would not roll anymore. TRASH...
Well not really. I ended up
getting a bunch of rubber gromits and reinstalling it and it works
great. Not really sure it was worth my time fixing it however.
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For loading paper into canon p23-dh v is to cut a piece of index card to the length of 3 inches and to the width of the paper you want to load. Tape evenly to the end of the paper roll and put into the ****, pushing gently in and at the same time pressing the 'Feed" button. It will immediately feed since it is firmer than the Poat-it paper.
I just got the same calculator without a manual. Fold over one corner of the tape so it almost goes to the other edge of the paper, making a 45 degree angle. Insert the tip of the tape into the slot at the back of the calculator and push it ahead until the corner goes under the black plastic part. I had to push it ahead a little more until it was starting to come upward on the other side. Push the arrow button at the top left corner of the keypad to advance the tape.
Cut paper at an angle and insert and push into back slot with tip of angle (apex) to the right of machine when facing it. It should engage number wheel when you hit addition sign, You may need tweezers to pull it thru if it doesn't advance.
The entry point is on the back bottom of the machine. Cut your paper into a shallow triangle w/a slight point in the middle. Guide it through the slot on the back, and then lift that point up so that it goes into an almost invisible opening with small silver metal tabs on either side. The paper will want to feed underneath the entire black plastic mechanism, but don't let it. As the instructions indicate, the paper does not actually feed "under the black plastic plate", but through it. After you manage to insert the point of your paper through the correct slot, make sure the entire edge of the paper actually enters so it is grabbed when you push "Feed."
Well, I just had a long and vigerous fight withmy new HR-8TM. I came here and read all the before mentioned solutions. Then the idear struck me. Instead of cutting the paper even all the way across the roll, I cut it slanted on the sides and straight across the middle " __ " and guess what it passed the roller feed through.
It worked for me, maybe it will work for you.
Okay...It took me forever to figure it out but I finally got it. On the back of the calculator there is a slot (back meaning where the black cord is connected to the calculator). fold the paper to make a perfect straight line. feed the paper through there and press thee upward arrow. it should work.