The above word processor has been owned by my Uncle for quite a few years. It is now not working. Brother can not help all though quite helpul as such. My uncle is used to this machine and has a lot of soft ware and floppy discs no longer in use. Can you help me in finding a working model for him to purchase. Maybe not wanted since up-graded to P>C
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Not sure what kind of WP you own, but if it's an old dinosaur you'll need to disassemble the unit and clean the contacts. If it's got those rubber contacts, you'll have to buy a special contact restoring liquid.
114 is a processor board error. The boards are about 125.00 to 150.00 plus labor. The George Beyers Co. offers a complete rebuild for under 200.00 With a warranty 800-392-8085 tell them O'Reilly sent you.
well, it's been over a year and i wonder if you still need manual.
you can go to smithcorona's website and check out the Office 2000 series manual found on their support page. Although probably not the right model (this one has a small one line screen) it may match all the functions you need to know about. I have a model 5F (78DS) and it helped me a great deal.