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Hi and welcomev david37evans ! Probably your keyboard is not configured to your language :under Windows 7 : Go to tne Control Panel and select Region and languages \ change keyboards under windows XP:Go to the controm Panel and select Regional and language option \ languages \ Details .Best regards ,fanaudi
if you press the L key and the number 3 comes up. you likely have the num lock on.
is different for every computer but usually you can deactivate the num lock by pressing 2 keys at the same time. the fist key is usually the key labeled (Fn) and the other key is usually a function key (the ones with F an a number), the way to find which is the other key is to look at the keyboard and try to find one that has a simble that looks like a tiny numerical key-pad press both keys and a light that signals that the num lock is on should go off. at that point you should have your l and any other letters again typeable.
If you turn off and on and it types the proper letters at first then types gibberish look at the printwheel for bent spokes or other damage, then check to be sure tou have the proper correction tape (DRY).