Wright Line punch manual

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Sat Jun 20 13:51:22 CDT 2015

Yes, that is the  one  we have here at the museum!
yea  pretty easy ( compared to a teletype)  but we   just
like to have manuals  or  copies  of them   for  everything
we  have here in the  various  collection   areas.
Ed#  _www.smecc.org_ (http://www.smecc.org)  
In a message dated 6/20/2015 9:39:45 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time,  
tony.aiuto at gmail.com writes:

Like this one?  

I'm  not sure it really needs a manual. I repaired one with a  careful
disassemble and cleaning. On mine, the cord linking the  tension spring to
the mechanism had broken. A trip to the hardware  store found something
similar. It took a few tries to get the right  length and tension, but it
works now.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at  8:27 PM, Dennis Boone <drb at msu.edu> wrote:

> Does anyone  have routine maintenance information (e.g. user or service
>  manuals) for the Wright Line manual punches?  My newly acquired  unit
> seems to need a little lubrication.  I'll guess if I  have to, but...
> This is the variety with the large grey  wheel on the side to select the
> desired character, and a sort of  "wheelhouse" in the middle to hide the
> cams, ribbon mechanism,  etc.  There's no model number sticker on it.
>  Thanks!
>  De

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