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Instruction Manual
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Wordsmith 100
ELECTRONIC
TYPEWRITER
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  • Page 1

    ELECTRONIC
    TYPEWRITER

    Wordsmith 100

    Instruction Manual
    Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.



  • Page 2

    PARTS DESCRIPTION

    PRINT CARRIER
    PRINT BAIL

    TOP COVER
    PLATEN
    POWER SWITCH

    PRINT COVER
    PLATE FUNCTION
    PLATE FUNCTION

    KEYBOARD
    PAPER RELEASE LEVER
    POWER SWITCH

    PRINT WHEEL
    PRINT WHEEL RELEASE LEVER
    PRINT WHEEL COVER

    RIBBON GUIDE

    PRINT HAMMER
    BRACKET RIBBON
    CORRECTION TAPE

    -12



  • Page 3

    KEYBOARD LAYOUT

    11. *
    12. *
    13. *
    14. *
    15. *
    16. *
    17. *
    18. *
    19. *
    10. *
    11. *
    12. *
    13. *
    14. *
    15. *

    MARGIN RELEASE
    IMPRESSION SET
    LINE SPACE 1
    LINE SPACE 1-1/2
    LINE SPACE 2
    PITCH 10
    PITCH 12
    PITCH 15
    AUTO CENTERING
    RIGHT MARGIN FLUSH
    JUSTIFICATION
    SETTING
    CONTINUOUS UNDERLINE
    WORD UNDERLINE
    BOLD

    16. MAR L / * MAR R
    17. TAB / * DECIMAL TAB
    18. SHIFT LOCK / * CAPS LOCK
    19. SHIFT
    20. TAB SET / * TAB CLEAR
    21. CODE
    22. SPACE
    23. RELOCATION / * EXPRESS
    24. INDEX / * REVERSE INDEX
    25. RETURN / * AUTO RETURN
    26. INDENT SET / * INDENT CLEAR
    27. CORRECTION / * WORD CORRECTION
    28. BACK SPACE / * HALF BACKSPACE

    (*) is ‘CODE FUNCTION’. Hold down the ‘CODE’ key and press the appropriate key to activate these functions.

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    CONTE NTS
    CONNECT

    POWER ............................................................................................. 4
    Setting ....................................................................................................................... 4

    CHANGING ............................................................................................................
    Changing The Ribbon Cassette ................................................................................
    Changing The Print Wheel ........................................................................................
    Changing The Correction Ribbon ..............................................................................

    5
    5
    5
    6

    BASIC FEATURES ............................................................................................... 7
    Selecting Pitch .......................................................................................................... 7
    Selecting Line Spacing .............................................................................................. 7
    Setting Impression .................................................................................................... 7
    Setting Margins ......................................................................................................... 7
    Shift and Shift Lock ................................................................................................... 8
    Caps Lock ................................................................................................................. 8
    Special Characters .................................................................................................... 8
    Space ........................................................................................................................ 8
    Backspacing .............................................................................................................. 8
    Return ....................................................................................................................... 8
    Automatic Return ...................................................................................................... 9
    Index & Reverse Index .............................................................................................. 9

    RELATED TO THE CORRECTION MEMORY ................................................
    Correcting One Character .........................................................................................
    Manual Correction .....................................................................................................
    Word Correction ........................................................................................................
    Relocation .................................................................................................................

    9
    9
    9
    9
    9

    OTHER FEATURES ........................................................................................... 10
    Tab .......................................................................................................................... 10
    Centering................................................................................................................. 10
    Decimal Tab ............................................................................................................. 10
    Right Margin Flush .................................................................................................. 11
    Justification ............................................................................................................. 11
    Indent Margin .......................................................................................................... 11
    Underlining .............................................................................................................. 12
    Bold Printing ............................................................................................................ 12

    OPTIONAL SPELLCHECK .............................................................................. 12
    TROUBLE SHOOTING ..................................................................................... 13
    MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................. 13
    SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................. 14

    -34



  • Page 5

    CONNECT

    POWER

    Power cord is located in the compartment located at the rear of the typewriter. And
    the power switch is located on the right side of typewriter near the rear.
    1) Pull down the rear compartment door and connect the power cord to a proper AC
    outlet.
    2) Push the power switch to the “ I ” position.
    When the typewriter is switched on, the green LED on the keyboard will light up.
    The carrier will move to the extreme left of the typewriter then advance to the left
    margin.
    The unit is now ready for typing.

    ★ NOTE: The Socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be
    easily accessible.

    Setting
    When you open the printcover to change the RIBBON, DAISYWHEEL, CORRECTION TAPE or other reasons, and if you want to re-initialize your typewriter, press
    the CODE + = (SETTING) key.
    1) Open the printcover and change the RIBBON, DAISYWHEEL or CORRECTION
    TAPE. Close the printcover.
    2) Press the CODE + = (SETTING) key, the typewriter will then initialize itself.
    All memories and carrier position will be maintained.

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    CHANGING
    Changing The Ribbon Cassette
    1) Move the print carrier to the center of the platen using the SPACE or BS
    key.
    2) Hold the ribbon cassette on both sides and lift up the front portion (where the
    ribbon is exposed) to remove the cassette.
    3) To insert a new cassette, place the back end of the cassette on the cassette
    holder on the carrier and gently press down on the front of the cassette unit it
    clicks into place.
    4) Turn the ribbon feed knob counter-clockwise again to take up any slack in the
    ribbon.
    5) Presss the CODE + = (SETTING) key.

    Changing The Print Wheel
    1) Move the print carrier to the center of the platen using the SPACE or BS
    key.
    2) You will see a lever on the right side of the carrier. Pull this lever toward you and
    lift out the daisy wheel.
    3) Place the daisy wheel into the slot with the characters facing the platen.
    4) Push the lever back into position.
    5) Press the CODE + = (SETTING) key.

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  • Page 7

    Changing The Correction Tape
    1) Move the print carrier to the center of the platen using the SPACE or BS
    key.
    2) To replace the correction tape, lift out the typing ribbon cassette (see Changing
    The Ribbon Cassette) and remove the two spools of the lift off tape by pulling
    them outwards.
    3) Place the empty spool of new tape on the left pin so that the tape winds
    clockwise. Place the tape around the left guide. Pull the tape around the right
    guide and place the loaded spool on the right pin so that the tape unwinds
    counter-clockwise.
    ★ Make sure the sticky side of the tape is facing the platen.
    4) Manually turn the left-hand spool in the clockwise direction, tightening the tape
    until resistance is felt.
    5) Replace the typing ribbon cassette.
    6) Press the CODE + =

    (SETTING) key.

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    BASIC FEATURES
    Selecting Pitch
    There are three pitches available for typing:
    PICA (10) : 10 characters per inch
    CODE + 6
    ELITE (12) : 12 characters per inch
    CODE + 7
    MICRO (15) : 15 characters per inch
    CODE + 8

    Selecting Line Spacing
    There are three line spacing settings available when the appropriate key is depressed.
    Single line spacing
    CODE + 3
    1 1/2 line spacing
    CODE + 4
    Double line spacing
    CODE + 5

    Setting Impression
    You can choose one of two hammer impression levels - low, high.
    The CODE + 2 (IMP) key is used to set the impression level.
    The low key is selected initially.

    Setting Margins
    You may freely adjust the margins. The minimum distance between the left and right
    margin is one inch.
    • Left Margin
    Move the carrier to the desired position and press the MAR L key.
    • Right Margin
    Move the carrier to the desired position and press the CODE + MAR R key.
    • Margin Release
    To move the carrier or type a character beyond margins, press the CODE + 1
    (MARGIN RELEASE) key.
    • Hot Zone
    The hot zone starts six (6) spaces before the right margin. A beep will sound when
    the hot zone is reached.

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  • Page 9

    Shift and Shift Lock
    To type uppercase characters or symbols, press either the left or right SHIFT
    key.
    For continuous uppercase typing, press the LOCK key. To release the shift lock,
    press the SHIFT key.

    Caps Lock
    To type the uppercase characters or lowercase symbols continuously,
    press the CODE + CAPS key. To release the caps lock mode,
    press the CODE + CAPS key again.

    !
    1

    Q

    SHIFT or
    SHIFT LOCK

    !

    Q

    CAPS LOCK

    1

    Q

    Special Characters
    To type the special characters marked blue, press and hold down the CODE key
    and press the desired key.

    Space
    To move the carrier forward one space, press the SPACE bar.

    Backspacing
    There are three different backspace features.
    • Backspace

    To move the carrier one space backward, press the BS key.
    • Half Backspace

    To move the carrier backward by a half a space, press the CODE + 1/2BS key.
    • Express

    To quickly move the carrier to the left margin, press the CODE + EXPR key.

    Return
    To return the carrier to the left margin and feed paper one space, press the
    RETURN key.

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    Automatic Return
    In auto return mode, the carrier will return automatically every time the SPACE
    bar or the HYPHEN key is pressed in the hot zone.
    To activate auto return, press the CODE + AUTO key.
    And to cancel auto return, press the CODE + AUTO key again.

    Index & Reverse Index
    To move the paper up by half a space, press the INDEX key.
    To move the paper down by half a space, press the CODE + REV INDEX key.

    RELATED TO THE CORRECTION MEMORY
    Your typewriter has a one line correction memory. This allows you to automatically
    correct characters on the current line.

    Correcting One Character
    X
    To correct the last typed character, press the
    key. Then the carrier will be
    backspaced and the character will be erased.
    To correct a character printed at any position on the current line, move the carrier to
    X
    the character to be corrected and press the
    key.

    Manual Correction
    To correct a character beyond the correction memory,
    1) Move the carrier to the position on the character which is to be erased.
    X
    2) Press the
    key.
    3) Type the incorrect character.

    Word Correction
    Move the carrier to the end or next space position of the word to be corrected, and
    press the CODE + WORD key. The word is then erased.
    ✭ If you want to correct a bold printed character or underlined character, you
    should set the bold or underline MODE before the correction.

    Relocation
    Press the RELOC key to bring the carrier to the one space after the last typed
    character.

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  • Page 11

    OTHER FEATURES
    Tab
    To set a tab, move the carrier to the desired position and press the TAB S key.
    To clear a tab, move the carrier to the tab position to be cleared and press
    the CODE + TAB C key.
    To clear all tab position, press the CODE + TAB C key for half a second.

    Centering
    Your typewriter allows you to automatically center a line.
    1) Press the CODE + 9 (CENTER) key.
    The carrier will move to the center position between the left and right margins.
    2) Type the text. The carrier will be backspaced half a space.
    3) To print the text, press the RETURN , TAB or CODE + DEC TAB key.
    4) To cancel centering mode. press the RELOC key.
    X
    * If you make a mistake, press the
    or CODE + WORD key.
    Pressing the CODE + WORD key will erase the whole line and move the carrier
    to the center position.

    Decimal Tab
    Decimal tab allows you to align numbers by decimal point at the tab position.
    1) Press the CODE + DEC TAB key.
    The carrier will move to the next tab position.
    2) Type the text. The carrier will be backspaced one space.
    3) When the decimal point (.) is typed, the text will be printed out with the decimal
    point.
    4) To print the text, press the RETURN , TAB or CODE + DEC TAB key.
    5) To cancel the decimal tab mode, press the RELOC key.
    X
    * If you make a mistake, press the
    or CODE + WORD key.
    Pressing the CODE + WORD key will erase the whole line and move the carrier
    to the position where DECIMAL TAB mode is entered.

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    Right Margin Flush
    Your typewriter can automatically print the text flush with the right margin.
    1) Press the CODE + 0 (RMF) key.
    The carrier will move to the right margin.
    2) Type the text. The carrier will be backspaced one space.
    3) To print the text, press the RETURN , TAB or CODE + DEC TAB key.
    4) To cancel the right margin flush mode, press the RELOC key.
    X
    * If you make a mistake, press the
    or CODE + WORD key.
    Pressing the CODE + WORD key will erase the whole line and move the
    carrier to the right margin.

    Justification
    Justification allows you to print the text aligned with both the left and right margin.
    1) Press the CODE + - (JUST) key.
    2) Type the text.
    3) If the SPACE bar or HYPHEN key is typed in the hot zone, the text is
    justified and printed out.
    * Pressing the RETURN or TAB key prints the text, but does not align it with
    the right margin.
    4) To cancel the JUST mode, press the CODE + - (JUST) key again.
    X
    * If you make a mistake, press the
    or CODE + WORD .key.
    Pressing the CODE + WORD key will erase the whole line and move the
    carrier to the position where JUST mode is entered.

    Indent Margin
    This function allows you to set a temporary (indent) left margin.
    To set the indent margin, move the carrier to indented position and press
    the INDENT key.
    To cancel the indent margin, press the CODE + CLR IND key.

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    Underlining
    In this mode, all characters will be automatically underlined.
    • Continuous Underline
    To activate, press the CODE + U key.

    All text will be automatically underlined.
    To cancel, press the CODE + U key again.
    • Word Underline

    To activate, press the CODE + W key.
    All text, except spaces will be underlined.
    To cancel, press the CODE + W key again.

    Bold Printing
    To activate, press the CODE + B key.
    All characters will be highlighted.
    To cancel, press the CODE + B key again.

    ** OPTIONAL SPELLCHECK OPERATION

    Your typewriter offers an optional spellcheck. Spellcheck has a 50,000 word dictionary that allows you to check your documents for errors in spelling, abbreviation and
    capitalization.
    Spellcheck is activated when you depress CODE + S ,if you have the spellcheck
    board installed.
    When an unrecognized word is typed, spellcheck beeps to alert you to the error.
    Spell-check identifies a group of letters as a completed word immediately followed by
    a space, return, tab, comma, index or reverse index.
    The one line correction memory allows you to correct previously typed words on the
    same line by using the backspace key.

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    TROUBLE SHOOTING
    If any operating difficulties arise, check the list below before returning your typewriter
    for service.
    1. Typewriter remains at a stand with the
    power switch set to on.

    - Make sure the power cord is still
    plugged in.

    2. Printing is faint or does not appear

    - Be sure the printwheel and ribbon
    cassette have been properly installed.
    - Check positioning of the ribbon
    cassette.
    - Make sure the ribbon has not been
    fully used.

    3. Corrections cannot be made

    - Check to make sure the correction
    tape has been properly installed.
    - Make sure the correction tape has not
    been fully used.
    - Make sure the correction tape has
    been properly selected.

    MAINTENANCE
    We recommend that your typewriter be adjusted, serviced, and lubricated by a qualified service technician at least once a year. If you need help, contact your local dealer
    for checking your machine.
    *NOTE: For best performances, try to use only standard supplies from your
    dealer. The use of non-standard supplies including Ribbons, Correction
    Tapes and Print Wheels, may cause poor performance or damage to
    your typewriter.
    - Please, store your typewriter in a location protected from extreme temperatures and
    humidity.
    - Be sure to unplug the typewriter before cleaning and lifting it.
    - If you’d like to clean your typewriter, use a mild soap to remove stains. Never use
    detergents, volatile liquids, treated cloths, harsh cleaning agents or sprays.
    - Never attempt to disassemble your typewriter by yourself. Repairs should only be
    made by an authorized service technician.

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  • Page 15

    SPECIFICATION
    - PAPER WIDTH

    12” (305mm)

    - PRINTING WIDTH

    9” (229mm)

    - DAISY WHEEL

    100 spokes

    - PRINTING SPEED

    up to 12 cps

    - PRINTING PITCH

    10, 12, 15

    - LINE SPACE

    1, 1 1/2, 2

    - CORRECTION MEMORY

    1 line

    - TAB BUFFER

    16 stops

    - DIMENSION

    390mm (W)
    370mm (D)
    120mm (H)

    - WEIGHT

    5 kg

    - OPTIONAL SPELLCHECK

    50,000 words (For USA, UK)

    - POWER REQUIREMENTS

    AC 120V (5 10%) 60 Hz
    AC 220V (5 10%) 50 Hz
    AC 230V (5 10%) 50 Hz
    AC 240V (5 10%) 50 Hz
    AC 220V (5 10%) 60 Hz

    *NOTE: The power source is adjusted by manufacturer according to the power
    regulation of final destination.
    *NOTE: POWER CORD (New Zealand only)
    If the electrical supply cord of this typewriter is damaged, it must be
    replaced by the special cord SP-502.

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    Smith Corona Corporation
    842 Bennie Road
    P.O. Box 2090
    Cortland, NY 13045-2090
    1-800-448-1018

    7300947

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