Question about Canon P23-DH Calculator
Okay...It took me forever to figure it out but I finally got it. On the back of the calculator there is a slot (back meaning where the black cord is connected to the calculator). fold the paper to make a perfect straight line. feed the paper through there and press thee upward arrow. it should work.
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Posted on May 14, 2009
I find folding the paper back on itself so it is square gives the rollers more to grab. You can also "push" the paper a little because it is stiffer.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I needed to remember what I tell my students, "read all the info at least TWICE" ie- feed the paper in the slot at the BACK of the calculator, and after it catches, it will work it's way out of the TOP slot. Thanks and GBYA
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
A lot of times, the paper will not advance into the calculator without the paper being cut STRAIGHT ACROSS. Try cutting it straight across and then try to feed it in. The rollers should be able to grab the paper at that time.
If this helps, please rate me. Thanks, Patty
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
I tried the "cutting it straight across thing", no dice. The best thing to do is turn the paper into an air plane, and jam and feed!!!! Make sure you are putting it into the back slot first and foremost!!
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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Cut paper at an angle and insert and push into back slot with tip of angle (apex) to the right of machine when facing it. It should engage number wheel when you hit addition sign, You may need tweezers to pull it thru if it doesn't advance.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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