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Letter skipping When typing on a brother electronic typewriter SX4000, it skips letters as you type. For example, if I were to type: My dog has fleas, it would look like this M og s l as.

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  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2008

    I AM USING A BROTHER AX-625 TYPEWRITER AND WHEN I TYPE THE LETTERS SKIP LIKE THIS: L E TT E R

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Take a look at the ribbon, making sure it is moving eack key stroke you should be able to read you typing thru the ribbon.

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Hard to type letter f , now nothing ...

Hi Mark:
Way to go......... blame the dog.
What I don't understand is, if you have a computer, why are you not using WORD or a similar processor instead of a typewriter?
My opinion is that typewriters are really inefficient compared to word processors.
Cheers.
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The escapement might need adjustment. Try striking the key briskly and not holding it down so it double types leaving a space.
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On occasion our typewriter will type out other letters than what has been typed in. it also skips spaces on occasion. even after turning it off and back on sometimes it will be o.k. temporarily then will...

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I downloaded the manual from http://www.devicemanuals.com/downloadguide.php and then, following the instructions there, I removed then re-inserted the daisy wheel. This solved my problem. Perhaps it had somehow gotten out of adjustment. At least, it is something to try if you haven't tried it already.
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Printwheel has a bent spoke causing not to turn smoothly.LAWRENCE
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