Sometimes the seller discribes the item correctly. The price seems low for what is shown. Then you get what you pay for. All the issues are non-issues and perhaps self-invented to explain away the “great deal”. Sometimes… a typewriter in great condition at a superlow price is just that. A typewriter in great condition at a super low price. And once adjusted the ribbon turned out to be in great shape (the only thing about the typewriter that turned out to be not as described).