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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This isn't too complicated. And for the lazy guy that just put a phone number for the fix, what the heck do we need FixYa for anyway? :\ For cryin' out loud! :) )
1. Slide the clear plastic cover toward the back to remove and flip of the metal spool holder up. Place the roll of paper on the holder. (Make sure the paper drops off the "back" of the spool for proper feed.)
2. Feed the paper into the bottom slot at the **** end of the calculator.
3. Feed the paper through that bottom slot along the inside case under the black guide inside. If you tilt the calculator correctly, you can look inside and see there is a way to slide the paper under the guide.
4. Making sure the paper slides as far as it can, press the FEED button until the paper starts feeding.
5. Feed enough paper to slide through the clear plastic cover and you're all set.
This isn't factory, it's just what I figured out playing with the thing. If you can think of a better way of explaining the procedure, by all means edit this and post!
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Cut paper at a 45 degree angle and load into back slot with angle (apex) of paper to the right of machine when facing it. Be sure to push it thru when loading. You should see tip next to calculator number wheel. Hit the additon sign several times to advance. You may need tweezers to pull paper thru if it doesn't advance by itself.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Hello, my name is Curtis, I am a Sharp Customer Servicer Rep. Normally the calculator would have a thin slot on the back, where you would feed the paper through, then once you press the paper in till it hits an inner wall, you would press the feed key which is on the upper left side of the calculator. If there are any problems doing this please call our technical support line at 1-800-237-4277, I am very glad to hear you like the calculator though!!!
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: loading paper tape
Well, I just had a long and vigerous fight withmy new HR-8TM. I came here and read all the before mentioned solutions. Then the idear struck me. Instead of cutting the paper even all the way across the roll, I cut it slanted on the sides and straight across the middle " __ " and guess what it passed the roller feed through.
It worked for me, maybe it will work for you.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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