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If it is moving as the hammer is struck, then it's one of two things. Either the hammer is moving too slowly, or the ribbon is moving too quickly. Since this is a rather old machine, it seems more likely things would slow down than speed up. I'd check the hammer solenoid. See if it's dirty, or needs lubricated.
I wish I could give you more advice on this, but I am not familiar with this specific model, and was unable to find any kind of service manual, or troubleshooting information for it.
Depending which Model of Lexmark. Try Depress and HOLD the Store key and press one of number keys(1 through 9). Type your document. Press the Store key to finish. To Replay Press the Play key followed by the number key you previously entered.
The DIR key is not programable it simply gives you the location of items in memory. To delete an item pess & hold code & dir key enter address to delete, space once, correct twice, rel keys that address is cleared.
There are a few possibilities, first check to see if it is in the language mode, light on the rt. side code "L" will get you out of it. If that is OK the keyboard may be selecting the wrong keyboard. Press and hold code key, press and release the "L" key, type 001, release the code key. If this solves the problem. check the keyboard connectors. If they seem to be fully plugged in you will need a keyboard.