asr 33 platen

From: Jeffrey S. Worley <>
Date: Tue Feb 11 01:14:00 2003

Merch turned me on to Marvel Mystery for yet another use as a rubber
restorer for laser printer rollers. It works very well.

Just a suggestion....



-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Bill Allen Jr
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 9:34 PM
Subject: RE: asr 33 platen

Good question,

french dressing, nah - lol

belt dressing - not sure if it even softens the belt
but it does swell the belt.

armor all - may work - might soften the platen - but
it leaves a very slick coating - i wonder if the paper
will stay in one place as the platen moves.

the type "ball" hammer also has a rubber "button" that
slips over it - i know those and the platen were once
replacable - try a search for "teletype" on the web.

i know the nadcomm meseum has
a link for teletype paper tape and paper on it.

the nadcomm page links are near the bottom under the
heading "Teletypewriter Supplies"


Date: Sat, 08 Feb 2003 14:51:14 -0700
From: ben franchuk <>
Subject: RE: asr 33 platen

George R. Gonzalez wrote:

> I need some suggestions! Should I try ArmorAll
(known to soften
> given time), "Platen cleaner", "belt dressing",
"french dressing", or

I would try 'rubber renue' from M.G. Chemicals. Ben.

Received on Tue Feb 11 2003 - 01:14:00 GMT

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