-Explaining how to do something-

At work Explaining how to do something
Here, let me try, I'll show you how to change the toner. Dai, lascia fare a me, ti faccio vedere come si cambia il toner.
Press the catch here to open up the top. Premi qui sul fermo per aprire la parte superiore.
Press this lever down and turn it to release the cartridge. Abbassa questa leva e girala per sganciare la cartuccia.
Mind your fingers when you do that. Sta' attento alle dita quando lo fai.
Gently slide the cartridge out. Sfila delicatamente la cartuccia.
You can see there's hardly any toner left. Si vede che non c'è quasi più toner.
Then slip the cartridge back in and turn the lever back. Poi infila di nuovo la cartuccia e riporta la leva indietro.
Make sure the lever makes a snapping sound. Assicurati che la leva faccia uno scatto.
When you've finished, close the top of the machine. Quando hai finito, chiudi la parte superiore della macchina.
Have you got that? Hai capito?

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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