Printing Calculator Reviews: Casio HR-100TM 2-Color Printing Calculator
categories: Electronics, Office Electronics, Calculators, Printing Calculator
| ||3.3 stars, 3 reviews|
The Manual Sucks
It would be nice if the manuals included what each button means and does...'cost, sell, mar, it, g*, *, MU, MD' Seriously...why cant they just make a simple manual that explains SIMPLY what all these buttons mean!
Been Using Mine For 5 Years With No Problems
Great little machine. To change the ribbon: Pull the clear hard plastic shield/cutter out towards the roll of paper. The print head is spring loaded, so you can pull it slightly to the left. Grasp the left flap that has "PULL UP" on it, and pull it up and towards the keys. Replace the new ink roller by holding the left flap and angle the roller back end in first under the printer assembly. There is a notch on each side of the rollers that need to hook under a matching flange on the print head. As you wedge it in from the rear, just push the assembly down and it should snap into place. Just look carefully at the roller assembly before you pull it off. The Rollers face in towards the print head, and the flange is on top towards the window.
I bought mine at an office supply store, package had never been opened and I had to have my husband get it open for me. Then I discovered that it had come with no ink roller! I thought, no problem, can't be that much, I'll just buy one. That's when the fun really started. I sit here typing with black and red ink all over my finger and, yes, I did follow the very scanty directions. I still don't have a clue how to get this roller in correctly. Oh, and did I mention that the calculator also didn't come with a manual? And Casio doesn't seem to produce one for this iteration of calculator. Anybody know how to get the !@#$%^ print roller in?
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