On which roller are these labels stuck? On the drum roller? or at the back in the fuser.
If it is the drum you can always try with a soft cloth and some denatured alcohol. Soak the label first with alcohol to loosen the glue, then remove the label and take a new clean cloth to remove the glue with alcohol. Notice that the drum is light sensitive, don't expose it to bright light for too long.
If it is in the fuser you'll have a bigger problem. You'll have to remove the fuser first to access the rollers (caution, let it cool down first, fusers get really hot)
You need to remove the duplex unit (if available) or duplex cover and the 2 small side covers. In the left and right you will notice 2 screws that tighten the fuser. Remove these screws as well as the dataconnector on the right and the fuser lamp power supply to the left. Now you can easily slide the fuser out.
The tricky part is to open the fuser up to access both heat- and pressure-roller to clean them in the same way you should clean the drum unit. Normally you can open the top cap of the fuser loosening 2 screws don't know exactly which ones
When this is done you can reassemble the printer and all should work fine.
If you intend to open up the fuser, let me know, i'll get you the detailed information for that.
Notice: when you use lables that are suitable for laserprinters always use the manual front feed and open the rear cover, that way the paper does not get folded, it just runs flat right through the printer.
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It seems like its inevitable, you print your own labels at home and then a few months or even weeks later those labels are starting to peel off. With one small tip you can keep those labels from coming off. What I have been doing with the labels that I put on my kids school supplies is rounding off the corners. After I print the label and trim it down to size I just trim off the corners to make them round and it works wonders. This works simply because when you have a sharp corner it is easy for stuff to get in under the label and then before you know it the whole thing is coming off. By rounding the edges you make it harder for stuff to get under it.
Go to the Argox web site does your model printer do labels? check the media spec's. Are using the correct setting in the print driver? Check the printer setting on the machine. web site mite have a work around also might go to web site down load up grade driver to allow ding lables
if the label came off on the drum then no, the drum is the blue or green roller that is protected by the plastic flap. A quick easy way to tell is that there should be 3 or 4 marks on the page, evenly spaced, this will indicate something stuck on the drum. The only repair is to replace it, because of the highly sensitive material that it is made of.
The issue that is causing the problem is when users tear off the label they are actually partially pulling on the next label causing it to peel away a little then when it feeds it will jam. Only reliable way to stop this is once the user prints tell them to press feed and feed 1 label through.
So many questions
Vertical lines suggest [you do mean vertical do you - up/and down?] is new one to me
Printing CD's is not a 2200 thing, it is the province of the R series.
Printing lables is easy purchase CD labels and suitable CD print software - A kit including labels software and label applicator is available at many computer stores
Other labels- download the Avery-Dennison free lable software.