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Correctio tape plate

I cant push down the corrective plate down

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Under this plate there is a small spring loaded pin the has to go in a groove in a ribbon lift wheel, Usually there is a hold throught this plate where you can see this. The pin has to be pulled back and let the spring tension push the pin in the groove. Hope this helps...

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