This machine was bought in "restored" condition, which is usually bad news. It wasn't too aggressively restored, only the top plate was redone in black and the engravings filled in with (very) white paint. As far as mechanical repairs go, the broken frame was repaired.

The machine is missing its rubber feet, which makes it a bit unnerving to move around, as it scratches and dents everything you put it on.

It is fully functional, and displays the same refinements as its larger keyboard cousin, namely an item counter operated by the "Z" switch, and also for the sliders indic-vidual reset knobs for the input, as well as a common reset button for all the sliders. It even works!

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