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Hold down one of the "code" buttons, which are on both sides of the spacebar and hit the "8" button (right onderneath where UNDLN is printed on the case. This will stop it from automatically underlining everything you type.
Check for folds in the ribbon and look at it to be sure it is lifting and feeding properly, check the printwheel for bent or broken spokes. Print on a multipart form, if the carbons are good you have a ribbon problem.
Get to the margin you wish to change Hold the code key, the key with the green oval and press thr top L. key that says mar rel in green, space or backspace to desired position press R. or L margin key depending on which one you are resetting.
The Xerox keyboards can be rebuilt for about 100.00. Under each key is a foam pad that deterates over the years the must be removed and replaced. If you can get the keyboard to us we will do it for you.
All you have to do is open the top cover and let the printer unit move at the center then pull knob towards you it locks to access the print/daisy wheel,remove it and replace it with the better one.Push the knob back.xerox 6010 automatically senses the home positin of the print wheel.