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How to move the space to the right side of the typewriter

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I'm guessing that you want to move the R. margin. Go to the margin press but don't hold the mar rel key space or backspace to desired location, press R. mar key.

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Posted on May 19, 2011

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SOURCE: Carriage return problem

If it returns with the express key the latching mech. on the rt. side is probably gummy. Take off the case, get some WD40 and spray the mechinism that latches the ret on the rt. side below the platen.

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Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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SOURCE: blinking lites on line space - lower right hand

You probably need a keyboard but first try my tip under WW1000.

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SOURCE: Typewriter will not space

It sounds as if the spring in the drum under the carriage has broken. Major problem.

Posted on May 01, 2010

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SOURCE: While moving, I accidentally bounced my mother's

all i can say is have a go as if not its scrap ,if you can get it apart i would hazard a guess and say that the operating mechanism under the key is damaged in some way or the key is sticking in the keyboard ,Now without having a play its difficult to diagnose and help but iam sure you will sort it out especially as you have another machine for parts

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SOURCE: Problem with the line spacing

If all the settings are right and it feeds with the platen knob the plastic gear on the index mitor is probably broken the part is about 25.00 plus installation.

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Posted on Jun 07, 2011

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