Smith Corona Wordsmith K Series Correction Tape

Black Tape - Lift-off - 2 / Pack - View Complete Details

Product Number: SMC22210

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Smith Corona Wordsmith K Series Correction Tape - K-Series Correcting Tape Spool is designed for use with Wordsmith 100, 150, 200, and 250 typewriters. Tape lifts off errors quickly and cleanly. Use only with correctable film black ribbon cassettes.

  • For use with Smith Corona™ typewriters.
  • Economical, easy-to-install lift-off tape.
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        I have a smith corona XE 5100. When I type, the letters that are printed are not the american alphabet. HJK might be 444, or **&$. Can you please advise?
        We changed out the ribbon and the printwheel. Initially after changing the printwheel, it typed letters, but after I turned the machine off and back on again, it continued with the symbols or numbers.
        Asked on 10/2/2014 by Weide from Denton, Tx

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