Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Hi all, I have a problem with the company's Zebra printer. We have 3 Zebra printers in the warehouse. 2 internal wired and 1 external wired. The [roblem is the 1 zebra internal wired printer has been accidentally resetted by the warehouse guy. and now i don't know the exact IP address of the said printer. is there any way that i can trace what is the IP of the said printer? like a history or something? i'm just new to this zebra printers and i am the new IT guy in the company. even i traced it with the IT guy before me, he said he didn't have a copy of the network settings also.. please any help would be appreciated. thank you all
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Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Some noise comes when printing
Here is the link for the Service Manual required which i uploaded for you... hope this resolves your issue...
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
SOURCE: how to load new labels
Download the ZM400/600 Quick Reference Guide on the right hand side of the page. They have a diagram on how to load labels.
There should also be one inside the printer - printed on the back wall...
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
I agree with Dustproof's suggestion regarding setting defaults. After you do that, you will need to set up your firmware and driver for the correct density, speed, media handling (tear-off vs. peel - labels with gaps or black marks) , etc. If your driver does not relfect the same settings that you have saved in the printer's firmware, the driver will send commands to the printer that will change its settings. Lastly, you will need to calibrate the printer to the media that you are using. An easy way to do this on the ZM400 is to set the power on setting in the LCD menu to calibrate and the head close setting to feed, save these settings in memory and then reboot the printer. This way, you will only need to reboot your printer to calibrate when there is a problem or if you change media types. The feed setting on head close will make sure that your label advances to the the next gap or mark if you open the printhead.
If all ese fails, call Zebra tech support (800) 423 0422 and open up a support case. It is possible that the media sensor or media led is not working properly requiring that your printer be sent in for repair.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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