Little things that don't fit into a major category will go here. I'll try to give a clear explanation and provide pictures. Most items seen here have resulted from viewers requesting information.
If your selection letters and numbers have become well used, it's simple to repair. Buy a medium oil base black Sharpie paint pen. Carefully trace the symbols. Allow to dry, then wipe with a dampened micro fiber cloth, moistened with Goof Off. Gun cleaning pads work very well. Use Goof Off sparingly. Too much will melt the plastic. If the image looks good to you, this is how to do it.
If your pricing and instruction labels are worn, or missing, you can buy the expensive reproductions, or use a word processor of your choice and some very white paper and print your own. The original fonts can be found in your processor program and of course, RED is the color of choice.
If you pick up a stepper for your Princess, it's almost 100% guaranteed the two gears will be non-operational; frozen. In time, the shat will split, increasing the circumference of the shaft, causing it to freeze in place. There is no fix. New gears are required. Not to worry. Victory glass has them. The replacements are black and will most likely last. See the wall box page for part numbers. This is a fun project, but time and patience intense.
Reprinting the leters on the RESET bar appears next to impossible to accomplish, due to the shallow impressions. Tracing the letters with a paint pen, then wiping off the excess, results in removal of all the paint. Nothing remains in the letters. As you can see, it looks good again. The secret.......Use a label maker with clear tape. How can it get easier than that and it looks no different than the original.