[ale] Need Tractor Feed Dot Matrix printer
James P. Kinney III
jkinney at localnetsolutions.com
Wed Dec 8 08:28:32 EST 2004
I found one at Austin Electronics off Jimmy Carter Blvd. He had several
more in the back (where mine came from). He had several models of
panasonic brand. Office Depot still carries the ribbons.
Sadly, I think the one I got from him was the same model I sold at a
yard sale years ago after I got my first laser printer.
On Wed, 2004-12-08 at 02:58, Bob Toxen wrote:
> I'm looking for an inexpensive Dot matrix printer that has
> Tractor Feed and Friction Feed that will work on both 8.5 x 11 paper
> (actually 9.5 inches wide including the tear off parts with holes)
> and "1 up address labels" and has parallel port support.
> (My old one finally died after a measly 18 years and it's time to spit
> out labels for monthly billing.)
> I don't care whether it's used or new but looking for impact rather than
> ink jet (due to cost of refills).
> Anybody want to sell me one or point me at a store?
> (I know about MicroSeconds, Freys, and MicroCenter)
> Bob Toxen
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