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Thread: Oehler 35P Printer Repair

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    Oehler 35P Printer Repair

    My chronographs printer went wonky so I replaced it. I figured others might need to do the same and since knowledge hoarded is knowledge lost, I made a repair guide.
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    Boolit Buddy

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    This is cool. Thanks a lot

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    Boolit Master

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    Great writeup!

    Printed, saved & archived for later reference (hopefully never).

    Thank you!
    Bob

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    A huge thanks to you, also! I printed/saved in hopes I shan't ever need it.
    geo

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    Thank you BlackPowder .50-90!

    Recently, I have come very close to performing a coup de grāce on my Oehler 35P since it frequently is more of a pain than a productive tool since the printer mechanism's failure. I called Oehler and they want $50 + S&H for a new printer mechanism, paper and ink. I'm so happy that the internet has not let me down regarding a source for the printer mechanism, and to find the info on CastBoolits no less has made my day.

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    Late follow-up: I got a "new old stock" Casio HR-8TM printing calculator for $10 online and the mechanism swap was as described. A little solder and voila. Prints faster than before and no longer has feeding failures (for now).

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