MCP-40 4 Colour Printer/Plotter


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Centre for Computing History (GameBytes) - MCP-40 4 Colour Printer/Plotter

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MCP-40 4 Colour Printer/Plotter

MCP-40 4 Colour Printer/Plotter is an accessory for the N/A. It is in Good condition.

Please check the pictures for condition and contents. If a manual or other contents are not pictured then it is not supplied.

MCP-40 4 colour printer/plotter.

In good condition, missing the paper compartment cover (see photos). It comes with four colour ball point pens, but they appear to have dried out. IT has a 36-pin Centronix connecter (see photo).

The printer powers on, checks all four pens; line feed, colour select, and pen change buttons all work. Supplied without mains cable. Supplied with roll of 4 1/2" paper.


Condition : Good (See photo for condition)
Quantity Available : 0

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This item is second hand.

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