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Aurora 12D - PR600 calculator The print is very light and I would like to know how to add ink.

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I have a Casio FR-1211 Printing Calculator and I have the same problem. I removed the roller and tried inking the roller with "Sanford's Roll-On Stamp Pad Inker". It works beautifully ! I don't know how long it will last, but for now the print is dark and clear.

John

Posted on Aug 23, 2010

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Remove the paper roll and gently but firmly pry on the bezel surrounding the paper exit path. Examine the sides of the ribbon casing for any clips or fasteners.

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I have a Casio FR-1211 Printing Calculator and I have the same problem. I removed the roller and tried inking the roller with "Sanford's Roll-On Stamp Pad Inker". It works beautifully ! I don't know how long it will last, but for now the print is dark and clear.

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Turn the calculator off. Hold down the shift key and then turn on. "Shift" should dispay on the screen. Now press the memory button with "5/4" on it. You can choose between "cut", "up" and "5/4".

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