Question about Brother GX-6750 Typewriter
I have a Brother GX-6750 electronic typewriter. The problem I am having is that the keys are not corresponding with typed characters. For example, if I hit the key "k", "w" is typed on my paper instead of "k". What could be my problem and how do I fix this?
I have a Brother GX-6750 electronic typewriter. The problem I am having is that the keys are not corresponding with typed characters. All the keys are very hard to type. Do you need the change the keypad. If I need the keypad were should i buy it. I am from Indan.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
Http://www.brother.ca/en/products/pdf/manuals/GX6750-UG.pdf This manual is available if you have adobe you just copy the link and paste it it should bring it up I hope it helps you it did not fix mine. Sunkissd
Posted on Sep 16, 2007
Press and reset button each time you change ribbon or print wheel this function re-aligns settings and should fix problem
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
Open the top cover and you will see a switch on th right side that allows you to select alternate keyboards. Make sure it is set to the #1 position
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Posted on Aug 09, 2007
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It's called BOLD on that machine.
Press and hold down ALT key and Press RELOC/BS ½ (if you look it says BOLD above the key) You will hear 2 beeps
To cancel bold type [ALT] + [BOLD] again
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