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The Typewriter Database 1984 IBM QuietWriter 7 Serial # 6750 -11- 0041657 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Guillermo Fernandez Boan: 1984 IBM QuietWriter 7 Serial # 6750 -11- 0041657 Mariano, my eldest son, think about this particular model that "it is not a proper typewriter.. is just an electronic printer WITH a keyboard attached to it".
Can he be right or not? Who knows.
I agree with him about a matter: The organic relative to this particular device... is a platypus.
Inside mine you can find a compartment (with obvious signs of sulfatation) to keep the settings (tabulators, margins, et al) once you turn off the typewriter. It uses three 1.5 v AA batteries.
By the way, this typewriter arrives home last week and I am afraid about its voltage: It was made in the USA, and sold in Argentina: It is a 110 v device or a 220 v one?
No legend about this anyway (i've turned upside down the typewriter, an I am still clueless). The electric plug (there is a picture showing it) makes me feel it is a 110 volts typewriter and I dont want to do a mess...
Anyone can help me? I have no User's Manual at all.
The fonts are electronic (a big difference with the contemporary IBM Wheelwriters, where you can find the common and well known printwheeols called "daisies") and there are two slots side by side (there is also a picture).
And thats all, I hope I can use this one some day.

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Guillermo Fernandez Boan:
1984 IBM QuietWriter 7

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1984 IBM QuietWriter 7
Serial #
6750 -11- 0041657

Status: My Collection
Created: 08-27-2016 at 11:10AM
Last Edit: 08-27-2016 at 11:14AM

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Mariano, my eldest son, think about this particular model that "it is not a proper typewriter.. is just an electronic printer WITH a keyboard attached to it".
Can he be right or not? Who knows.
I agree with him about a matter: The organic relative to this particular device... is a platypus.
Inside mine you can find a compartment (with obvious signs of sulfatation) to keep the settings (tabulators, margins, et al) once you turn off the typewriter. It uses three 1.5 v AA batteries.
By the way, this typewriter arrives home last week and I am afraid about its voltage: It was made in the USA, and sold in Argentina: It is a 110 v device or a 220 v one?
No legend about this anyway (i've turned upside down the typewriter, an I am still clueless). The electric plug (there is a picture showing it) makes me feel it is a 110 volts typewriter and I dont want to do a mess...
Anyone can help me? I have no User's Manual at all.
The fonts are electronic (a big difference with the contemporary IBM Wheelwriters, where you can find the common and well known printwheeols called "daisies") and there are two slots side by side (there is also a picture).
And thats all, I hope I can use this one some day.


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Guillermo Fernandez Boan
Username: ORTBRAKER

Argentinian lawyer resident in Buenos Aires city.
For half a century, enthusiast typist. Now enthusiast typewriter hunter.


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