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Ink cartridge ribbon has become detached. How do I re-attach it?

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    Ink ribbon came off the ink carti. How do I reattach

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Dry the section thats bad use a little super glue to apply both ends together after you open ink cartridge
you will get messy so i sugest old clothes newspaper and some disposable gloves once you have the ink ribbon glued back together let dry in fridge for about 4 days sinces its cold its going to take a little longer for glue to dry but wont dry out the rest of the ribbon
this is the only eldest way since typewriter days this has been the simple fix of printer ribbons
make sure to always keep back up ribbon so your work doesnt fall behind

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