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Character Sequence for Slip Printing

Model M147G

What is the character sequence to get slip printing to work? I have the correct sequence to get the cash drawer to open but I can't seem to find how to get slip printing to work.

On an older TM-H6000III model, the squence in VB was:
Chr(27) & "c0" & Chr(8) & Chr(27) & "d" & Chr(6) & Chr(13)

Thanks for any help you can give!

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Hi there,

  • Unplug the printer cable from the computer.
  • Unistall the printer drivers from Device manager and also unistall the all the printer appications
  • restart the computer
  • try to download drivers from the website
  • after installing drivers and software it will ask you to connect the printer.
  • then you can connect the printer and and try to Print the test page.
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