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From the looks the typewriter is not electric but electrononic. Wind it the same way the old lift off tape was guided. The full spool on the left hand side around the guides in the front of the printwheel to the right side with the empty spool. Simple.
I just finished replacing mine..You must first remove the ribbon for the typing, this simply lifts off. Then you must place the side with the corrective tape on the left side and the empty end on the right. While doing so, make sure that the ribbon of corrective tape is being placed around the knobs( one on each side) to hold in place. Then feed through and wind up till all the orange has disappeared then replace the Typing ribbon and this should complete the replacement
Hellooo. 2 thing come to mind you may check. First check the ribbon cartridge to see if it is empty..These are usually a one time ribbon...and has to be replaced when empty. 2nd make sure the cartridge is snapped in properly and seated, and also the printwheel lever must be snapped (pushed forward) in order for everything to be aligned. if the typewriter has a correction tape (white or clear) make sure it is not interfering with the ribbon. Lastly the ribbon drive may be broken or out of adjustment. a minor repair. Hope this helps... Squipps