|Left alignment adjusting hardware|
|Right alignment adjusting hardware|
|Hold the screw while making adjustments. A Grace G2 Gunsmith Screwdriver fits it great.|
|Use an open end ignition wrench and turn the nut to the right to lower the character or left to raise it. An angled typewriter wrench would work a bit easier, but ignition wrenches work fine.|
|This is the adjustment. I used 2 wrenches to free the jam nut, made the adjustment and rejammed the nuts. I really did use 2 hands, but at the moment of the photo, one was holding the camera.|
|After the completed adjustments|
|This is the first typewriter added to the collection in 2014. Do you know what make and model?|
While searching Craigslist I found an offer too good to refuse. One night after work I made a stop and the typewriter above found a new home. A further hint is that it works fine.
I spent most of Saturday cleaning a few typewriters and then typing in the garage where I only have test paper and engineering paper. I used the engineering paper and made many many typos.
I hope everyone is enjoying I.T.A.M. Does not seem to be as much I.T.A.M. activity as a few years ago. Each year seems to be a bit less.
Cameras? Well the rain that is needed on the Left Coast is steadily falling for the past 2 weeks on the Right Coast. Unless of course the coasts are observed from the North looking South. No running, bicycling, or photography. I think we had one day of sun.
Here is the original post on my HH.