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Easy way to pull out a transparent tape

Keep the transparent tape in the refridgerator for few minutes.and you would find that it was never that easy to pull out the tape....just try it out.

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keeps saying paper jamed when I try to print

On the Epson website it is confirmed that the Epson WorkForce 610 will not recognize transparency media. It is just the way the printer works; if it can see through the media, it doesn't think it's there.
However.....you can tape a sheet of white paper to the non-printable side of the transparency, and it prints just fine. I put two strips of scotch tape on either side, top and bottom. Works great. It's kind of a hassle, but better than not being able to print transparencies at all!

Jul 22, 2010 | Epson Workforce 610 All-In-One InkJet...

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Transparent printer tape

It should be on the carriage. You may have to remove the top and side covers to gain better access. The inks are water soluble, so just take a damp cloth and wipe along the carriage.
Hope that helps.

May 05, 2008 | HP OfficeJet K80 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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my ps 1100 label maker prints only on black side of tape

This depends on the TAPE CARTRIDGE you have in your label printer. Apparenlty, you have a TRANSPARENT TAPE on it, and the printer prints in BLACK only.

Just replace the tape cartridge

Apr 01, 2010 | Brother P-Touch (PT1100SBVP) Label...

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rewinding starter spring on chainsaw

I was able to rewind the spring steel coil, but it took 2 people, one at each end, to wind it tightly and hold it tightly enough to fit back into the casing. The bend at the end of the coil must be re-inserted into its own retainer. It was not easy, and it takes some time to get this done. RH

Mar 28, 2009 | Garden

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epson artisan 800 wont print to a transparency

OK so i tricked my 810 into printing on a transparency. NOT that I recommend doing this ... but .... I took four pieces of clear tape and taped the top (where it goes into the printer) and on each side about three inches from the top.

Then I put it in the tray with the transparency on the bottom of the paper -- since it brings it up thru the printer and flips it over, it prints right onto the transparency !!!

It didn't like it the first time, since I just folded over the tape on the end that gets sucked into the printer first. Hence the added stabilizers on each side.

Feb 15, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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