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Hi, I am having a little trouble with my sharp adding machine. There are empty spaces. All numbers are not showing. For example if I add 3 + 3+3+1 the answer being 10. The 0 will print but the 1 will not. How do I fix?

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First of all if its not printing,check the ink roller,does it have ink and is it sitting well. go on check if there is no small torne papers in the printer these will block the hammers from striking the print wheel. If its not showing those digits at all change the display tube.but check for dry joints on the main board that connects the display tube first and resolder them.

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