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An extra-special Erika M portable typewriter

by | Feb 11, 2018 | Erika | 5 comments






5 Comments

  1. Ted

    Shiny! :D

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  2. David Brechbiel

    Stunning! A unique color for the ‘M’! I am sure even pulling the platen was a challenge.

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  3. Richard P

    It's fussy, but not too bad. What's really tough is getting the chromed cover for the left end of the carriage off, as I had to in order to fix the left platen release mechanism. You have to remove the carriage return lever, disassembling it in a way that — well, let's just say that it still makes me shiver.

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  4. Dwayne F.

    I'm tuning up an Erika M I bought awhile back. Thanks for posting the diagram. Still trying to figure out the margin setting mechanism, and definitely will not be removing the platen (cringing).

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  5. Daniel Burgoyne

    I am excited beyond any reasonable measure to see French and Spanish diacritics on this machine.

    Being that I wish to have machines that have multilingual keyboards, this is my definition of perfection. I can now dream of finding a similar one with the same keyboard layout.

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