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Hi doner

The calc uses AA penlight batteries, you can get them anywhere, service stations, seven eleven, hardware store. It uses standard paper rolls too, you will need to go to an stationary shop, or office supplies, and they will have them, and the batteries too. :) Any problems, I am here to help.


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    Graeme Ross May 05, 2008

    Hi again... they do not use a ribbon as such, but have a roller instead. You could get one from anywhere that they sell Texas Instruments products(most office shops), or you could order on online from here. Hope this helps

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