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My AX -430 typewriter was functioning well as i was using it. However as i was typing a new word, the letters are no longer visible on the paper. The part that hits or is it the hammer or arm, can no longer strike the daisy wheel. So how can i make the letters visible again as i typed on the paper?

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It sound like you have a broken part. If the hammer is not hitting hard enough, the armature theat make the hammer strike the keys is broken. This is a common problem with the ax's

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