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Loading paper tape

I can't even load the paper tape. All I have are little pictures that really don't help.

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  • ednacharles Apr 10, 2008

    I have tried all that. So, I gues I won't Accept thus one.

  • ednacharles Apr 10, 2008

    Sorry, this does not help. Thanks anyway.

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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.

Let me know if you need further help

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 10, 2008

    can you post a picture or two of the area the paper should go in, and maybe we can figure out why none of the above work

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 19, 2008

    were you able to fix this problem?

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Go here for yor support and manual.
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Open the calculator, put the paper in, then put the end of the paper into the slot, close it and that should be it..

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