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I want to know how many labels have been printed on a used printer.

Is there a way to get that info out of the printer? This is a TECB572

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- Turn the printer off
- Press feed & pause at the same time that you turn the printer back on
- Hit the Pause button 4 times

The specs sheet should print out

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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