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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hold down the ALT key & the "6"...
Ok that help for a time but the probleme is not fix....
Cause whene you clik on the ENTER the margin come back to the normal like you never done nothing you have to repeate that like every time...
What wee need is..the tipping start at the beganing of the rool op to the end and when cliking on the enter it star at the same place like no margin at all...
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
SOURCE: cant find margin release
Generally, the way the margins work is, wherever the printhead is positioned, when you hit the right or left margin set, is where the margin is set. To reset the margin you must move the printhead to where you want the margin set, and hit the appropriate mar. set button. to move the printhead past where the margin is set, you must hit the "mar rel" button, and then backspace or space to where you want he printhead positioned. On machines without a "mar rel" button, you just use the "backspace" or "spacebar" to move past the margin. You can't release the margins permenantly, you can only move them, or move past them using the above mentioned processes.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
Go to http://www.brother-usa.com/typewriters/. Click on "Manuals." Select "Typewriters", then select your model number in the drop down boxes. Click on "View download." Click on the "Users Manual - English" and the manual will open in Adobe as a PDF file. Print it or save it to your computer for future use.
Hope this helps!
Jay @ www.granadahillsbusinessmachines.com
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
I can't be for sure if these are auto set margins, but it sounds like they might be. If they are, first move the carriage as far to the right as you can. Hold the Left Margin Set (not Margin Release) lever as you move the carriage all the way to the left. Release the Margin Set Button or Lever. Now hold the Right Margin Set Button or Lever (not the Margin Release), and move the carriage all the way to the right while holding the Margin Set. Once the carriage is all the way to the right, release the Margin Set. Move the carriage to the place you want to set your left margin. Hit the Left Margin Set and then release. Move the carriage to where you want to set the right margin. Hit the Right Margin Set and release it. It gets confusing, but Margin Release does not set margins. Its sole purpose is only to bypass the margins. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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