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I don't know if it helps but small printers such as these often need a "point" or diagonal fold/cut to be presented to the input slot.

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How do I load paper?


I have a casion hr-100tm calculator and found the easy way to load a new roll of paper. Take a 3x5 index card and cut it on 45 degree angle, then with angle on the right of the machine feet it into the machine pushing it as you go. Once it begins to feed so you can pull on it, then take other end of card, scotch tape to new roll of adding machine tape. As you feed the card through the roll of paper foillows. Once it has fed into machine cut off 3 x5 card. Easy.
The problem is that all rolls of machine paper are not equal and the thinner paper doesn't want to feed. This way it works for any type. Hope it hellps.

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I have an old Sharp EL-1701C calculator and for some reason can not feed a new roll of paper into the unit? Batteries are new and the feed option works well, just doesn't grab the paper roll to start?


you may need to cut the corners off a little bit on the start of the new roll and feed the paper in while advancing with the calculator advance control/button

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How do I feed the paper through to start printing


Put paper on paper arm with end of paper hanging down from the back. Cut the end of the paper at a diagonal. Insert paper into **** on back of calculator. Use feed button to feed the paper into the calculator.
Hope this helps.

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Cannot load paper into feed into machine


Put new roll of paper on paper arm with the end of the paper hanging down from the back. Insert the paper into the **** at the back of the calculator - you need to look carefully as it is not very wide. Use the feed key to feed the paper through. Hope this helps.

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How do I thread the paper tape to the machine


Hello, my name is Curtis, and I am a Sharp Customer Service Rep. What you will want to do is on the back of the calculator there should be a thin horizontal slot that you would feed the paper through, it will only feed so far before it hits a wall on the inside, make sure the calculator is turned on and press the feed key in the upper left side of the calculator, it should take up the paper, if not then give us a call at 1-800-237-4277 or 1-800-BE-SHARP. Hope everything works out.

Jun 08, 2009 | Sharp EL-1801AII Calculator

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Cannot load new paper roll into the calculator so it catches


Replacing the paper roll involves feeding the evenly cut, uniform end of the roll through the fine slot located under the paper arm at the back of the calculator. (Even if the paper is only slightly wrinkled or cut unevenly, it will not feed through the teeth in the loading area.) 
When getting ready to feed the paper into the calculator, envision your printout feeding out of the machine away from you and back toward the paper roll. Don't insert it upside down.
To get the paper feeding through once you have partially fed it into the teeth, gently tap the paper feed button. Once or twice should do it. (The button is located on the far top left of the control panel, indicated by an arrow jagged saw mark icon). 
Then, slide the paper roll onto the feeder arm and you're in business.

Apr 09, 2009 | Sharp EL-1801C Calculator

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How do I get the paper to feed into the back


It helps to fold over the edge of the new paper so it's easy to insert far enough in to catch.

Jan 19, 2009 | Sharp EL-1801P Calculator

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Assuming that you know where the paper gets feed in, I usually use this trick to start a new roll of paper.
First, tear off the end of the new roll so that there isn't any glue stuck on the paper.
Then, fold the tip of the paper like an arrow. (Fold one side to the middle and the other side to the middle so both sides meet in the middle. Looks like >
Then, place the paper into the slot where the paper feeds into in the back. (Paper will get fed under the printer assembly) and then hit the PAPER FEED/ADVANCE button at the same time. If the paper is in the correct slot, the paper should start feeding the paper all the way through.
Hope this helps.
Have a good day.
M =)

Feb 13, 2008 | Sharp EL-2192Rll Calculator

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Load new reel of paper


Assuming that you know where the paper gets feed in, I usually use this trick to start a new roll of paper.
First, tear off the end of the new roll so that there isn't any glue stuck on the paper.
Then, fold the tip of the paper like an arrow. > (Fold one side to the middle and the other side to the middle so both sides meet in the middle.
Then, place the paper into the slot where the paper feeds in.. (Usually goes under the printer assembly) and then hit the PAPER FEED button at the same time. If the paper is in the correct slot, the paper should start feeding the paper all the way through.
Hope this helps.
Have a good day.
M =)

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