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  • Sellam Ismail
    ... Hi David. This is because you have a power supply module installed somewhere, either in the pedestal or as an internal option. -- Sellam Ismail
    Message 1 of 6 , Aug 25, 2007
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      On Sat, 25 Aug 2007, David Gesswein wrote:

      > > It's not that simple. It's looking for line current. You have to connect
      > > a proper power supply to the line to which it expects to be connected. At
      > > that point you can then go into local mode to type stuff, punch a tape,
      > > etc.
      >
      > Actually it is that simple, at least for mine. If you rotate the switch
      > in the opposite direction you will put it in local mode where it will
      > print what you type. If you activate the punch it will punch also. You
      > can also feed tape into the reader.

      Hi David.

      This is because you have a power supply module installed somewhere, either
      in the pedestal or as an internal option.

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