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So, my grandad's old typewriter that I used to write lyrics on finally broke the other day, and I just realised how hard it's going to be to replace it. It appears that virtually no shops in the UK stock them anymore.

I could get one from ebay, I suppose, but I'm wondering how hard it's going to be to replace the ribbons or ink or anything if I do that.

Does anyone have anything to say that could help me?

I'd really love another one, nothing beats typewriters to write lyrics.
#3
try to repair it maybe? itd probably be easier than tracking down another.
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#4
Haha, that's wierd. I write lyrics on a typewriter too.

WE MUST BE BROTHERS OR SOMETHING.
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#5
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try to repair it maybe? itd probably be easier than tracking down another.



it's broken beyond repair this time
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Haha, that's wierd. I write lyrics on a typewriter too.

WE MUST BE BROTHERS OR SOMETHING.


No jokes,
so do I.

I found a couple at a local store, but they were all the newer ones with a computer-like keyboard and.. just not what I was looking for.
mine is my mom's, back when she worked for a newspaper.
It can't be compared.. it's a unique little machine.

And I say (aside antique shops) check out garage sales, pawn shops..
I can't be of much help.
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