Question about Dymo LabelWriter 400 Turbo Thermal Printer
Dymo Laber Writer 400 Turbo Printer. Set to use Diskete 30258 (2.12" x 2.75") lables. Printer prints first label correctintly, then spits 5 blank labels through! Why? How do I fix it?
I just fixed my coworker's Dymo, which had the same problem. I hope this helps: if you've ever fed it labels in the wrong direction (upside down), you may have jammed it and left a piece of a label glued to one or more of the sensors that let the labelmaker know it's finished printing a label.
1. Disconnect your labelmaker
2. Disconnect/remove any unused labels and set them aside.
3. Remove the face plate (with the DYMO LabelWriter 400 logo)
4. Lift the gray plastic lip (labels go under this) and make sure there are no pieces of paper/labels in there.
Once I removed a piece of an old label and put the LabelWriter back together it started working well again.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: dymo label point 200
Dymo website, Support Tab:
Drop down box and select your product.
Print out you instruction manual.
Posted on May 11, 2009
SOURCE: CONTINOUS FEED
Use a DYMO Label/Writer Cleaning Card #60622. One should have come with your printer. Just remove the labels, run this cleaning pad through a few times, insert the labels, and print.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: dymo label 400 turbo.
It doesn't use ink so that's not the problem. more than likely it's one of 2 things. 1. you created a custom label layout and the text is just over the edge of it's printable area. Therefore, only hal of it prints. #2 Your using the wrong size label template on the software. make sure that the size you have loaded in your label printer matches the template shown size for size, inch for inch. The printer doesn't know (or care) what label you have showing on your software. It only knows what's loaded in your printer. So for example, if you have a shipping label on the software and put text to the bottom og it, it won;t print if you have an address label laoded in the printer.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
DYMO labelwriters use patented labels, anything else would not be recognised by the system. For help - call DYMO support from your country.
Posted on May 05, 2009
You probably didn't damage it, it sounds like you may have knocked loose the thermal printing portion (which is the most important part). There is no easy way for you to repair this but Dymo will usually do it for free under warranty. Their phone number is:
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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