|Blanknut Question - Hewlett Packard Label|
Message #1 Posted by Mike Davis on 24 Nov 2000, 9:08 p.m.
I have a blanknut that is missing a label on the front. I don't know if there is supposed to be one or not. It is a CV version.
But there is a label, on the back, that says Hewlett Packard that is just exactly the size of the missing label on the front.
This "Hewlett Packard" label on the back is just above the two bottom feet and below the normal label. I wonder if this is supposed to be on the front.
Is there a label on the front of a blanknut that says "Hewlett Packard"
Also, something else I notice. The keyboard layout cheat label on the back has a different orientation than on my other HP41CV. On the blanknut the top of this cheat sheet label it to the right. On my 41CV the top is to the left when you look at the back.
Finally, and maybe worst of all, it looks like the original key background might have been removed and the blank keyboard template was glued down to fake a blanknut. It is obvious that there are tabs that extend into the template holes. There is only one piece of material but should there be tabs protruding into the tab holes on the blank background?
On my HP41CV, the key background is just a piece of material glued to the keyboard, WITHOUT the appearance of any tabs.
What does a real blanknut look like?