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The pitch is controlled by the wheel. Get a wheel with the type style and pitch you want, pull the hammer towards you and lift out current P/W, Drop in new P/W.

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Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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Typing wrong characters. Shift doesn't change case. Have moved font size switch and is not on PS. Tried other wheels. Powered on/off. Any ideas?


It sounds as if the print wheel may be jammed usually caused by a bent letter spoke. Remove the print wheel and check that it can turn also look inside the area that it sits in to see is there is something that is interfering with the wheel.

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Front tire size?


With a tube type laced wheel:

WHEEL SIZE & POSITION = 21 in. - Front RIM SIZE & CONTOUR = T21x 2.15 TLA TUBE SIZE =Side Valve Tube MH90x21 TIRE SIZE = DUNLOP D402 MH90 - 21 54H

With a CHROME ALUMINUM PROFILE LACED RIM:

WHEEL SIZE & POSITION = 21 in. - Front RIM SIZE & CONTOUR = T21x 2.15 MT TUBE SIZE = Center Valve Tube MH90x21 TIRE SIZE = DUNLOP D402 MH90 - 21 54H

With a Tubeless Cast Wheel:

WHEEL SIZE & POSITION = 16 in. - Front RIM SIZE & CONTOUR = T16 x 3.00 D Rim Valve hole diameter = .035 inches MH90x21 TIRE SIZE = DUNLOP D402 MT90B16 72H

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Can i make the print any smaller?


To change the actual size of the type you must change the print wheel, you can make the letters type closer together by moving the pitch slide switch from 10 to 12.

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What are the hardware differences between hybrid and mountain bicycles? How feasible is it to go from mountain (fat tire) to hybrid (thin low drag tire) functions? Can I just change the wheels or is it...


Some of this will depend mostly on what type of bike youre talkin' about here. Some cruiser/comfort type bikes will have the exact same rim size as nearly all mtn bikes and will swap with no problem but a 26 and 700 size wheel is NOT the same and there is NO compatibility between tires or frame of the bike including the fork. On a standard 26x2.1 size mtn tire the smallest you could go to is a 26x 1.50 that will fit on that wheel. if you have a French 26x1 3/8 size (S6) tire then the answer is the same....NOT compatible with anything 26" whatsoever. You cannot change the wheels either depending on the frame/fork you have. All you need to do is change the tires and keep the wheels! Any hardtail mtn bike will work fine as a commuter bike if you change the tires to a thinner and smoother tire for less rolling resistance.

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How do you change the pitch or size of the type? The typewriter has 3 pitch settings, but we cannot figure out how to make the adjustment.


hold down "code" key and press 6 for 10 pitch. "code" key and press 7 for 12 pitch. "code" key and press 8 for 15 pitch. to change type size or style you have to replace the daisy wheel.

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Change font size on my bother ML 100


A typewritter is not like a computer. It is a mechanical device, that works by pressing an embossed letter in the daisy wheel through a inked tape into the paper.
The only way you can change either the font type or the font size is by buying and replacing the daisy wheel by another one with different font type/size letters.
To get to know more about your typewritter and accessories that might still be available to it, download Brother ML-100 Typewriter User's Manual
Click on "Go to View/Download Page" and in the new page click the "View/Download" button.
Look for page 16 (last page) of the manual for a list of cassette daisy wheels.

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How do you change the type print from 10, 12 or 15?


Check the manual.
You can download it from LEXMARK (go to the bottom of the page; in the "IBM Typewriters" list box select your typewriter model):
http://images.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/2007/index/en.html

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IBM Wheel Writer 6 font help


Hi:

There is no manual way to change the pitch on any IBM Wheelwriter. If you want a different pitch you need to change the printwheel.

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Conversion fom metric tyre to imperial tyre


If you have the factory tire size of 26.6x8.9/16 your new size will be 225/60/16
26.6x8.9/16 =225/60/16


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