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Canon AP810 III typewriter: 1. How and where can I order another typewriter manual? 2. Typing does not occur while characters are typed.. what should be done to make typing occur simultaneously?

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Erasing the letters when i type does not work, what should i do?

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Look for the switch that will Move from L/ST 2 to C/ST 2.
Left side.... but on the more vertical face of the typewriter, not where all the other controls are.

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