WD40 is brilliant at removing label residue from anything - CDs, white goods, even footwear. Use it liberally or spray some on to a non-metal kitchen scouring pad. You can find a mid-size spray-can for 1 pound or less.
I recently had to deal with a terrible gooey mess left by a strip of velcro that had come adrift from a pvc waist-belt. Not even WD40 could shift it. After some research, I homed in on a US product called Goo Gone, which one can now buy in the UK on Ebay for around 9 pounds. I placed the belt on a rubbish sack, stretched out on the floor in a ventilated room and sprayed it around six times at hourly intervals. This completely ungooed the belt and what little residue remained was easily cleanable with soap and a scouring pad.
To solve my belt problem, I removed all the velcro strips, treated them all with Goo Gone until all the adhesive was neutralised and then re-attached them with superglue and stitching.
Goo Gone also claims to be able to remove chewing gum and, although I have not tried it, I would be suprised if it did not live up to that claim.
The Goo Gone spray bottle comes in a generous quauntity, which should last you for many years. To avoid buying fakes or lookalike products, check out their distinctive yellow and black design on the US Ebay site before going to the UK Ebay site.
WD40 is excellent for small jobs, but Goo Gone took my breath away. Which reminds me, avoid inhaling whilst using it and close the door behind you.
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Did you have a label come off in there? If so you need to remove the Primary transfer unit and use alcohol to clean the sticky residue off of it. There is a change that you will need to replace the transfer belt and cleaning blade if it is really bad. If you are sure it is not a lable in there could you post a scan of your problem for me?
Its very unusual for alcohol to leave a sticky residue, however try wiping over with vinegar, or even petrol that is for lighters. Put either on a cloth, (don't soak the cloth, just dampen it) and gently wipe, leave to dry. try that.
Soak a cotton ball with WD-40 (or equivalent) and apply it to the sticky residue area. Allow it to penetrate for a couple of minutes. Then gently wipe the area with that same cotton ball until it loosens and picks up the adhesive residue. Once that's done, simply cleanse the treated area with any dishwashing liquid or similar. Rinse and wipe dry.
your printer does not support CD label orinting. though you can still print CD labels but with some softwares. there are HP printers that prints CD labels. Check them out.
HP Lightscribe Use LightScribe technology to label CDs and DVDs.
HP Photosmart D5460, D5463, D5468, and D7560 Printers - Printing Directly onto a Printable CD or DVD in HP Solution Center ... On a computer running Windows, print directly onto a CD or DVD using the HP Solution Center software.
HP Photosmart Premium C309a, C309c, C309g, and C309n All-in-One Printers - Printing Directly onto a CD or DVD - c01622666 Review steps for printing directly to a CD or DVD.
HP Deskjet 900C series printers - CD Label.
These printers comes with a special software that enables them print on CD labels. Also try to get their softwares and see if you can interface them with your own printer and them print. Else you may have to get one of these printers that support CD labelling. Cheers!
I assume the label is stuck under the platen
the easiest way is to get a rag, wider than the label, dampen it with some solvent, and try to roll it in like a piece of paper. don't use too much solvent, or it will run off into the machine. be careful, it may melt the plastic.
to see if you have a good solvent, stick a label on something it won't hurt, put a little solvent on the label, wait a little bit and see if the label comes off easily.
if you're not careful, you can damage the machine.
or take the machine to a repair shop, the platen is not easy to remove
I had this happen when I changed from one label to a different size label. It needs to be calibrated. There are several types of calibration to do to the S600. Here is the solution that worked for me.
Check the position of the laser Media Sensor (figure 13).It may need to be moved to match the type of label that will be printed.
For CARD labels, the media sensor needs to be set at the edge of the card so it can “see through” the notch that is cut on the edge where the perforation is.
For STICKY labels, it can “see through” the backing which shows between each sticky label, so the Media Sensor could be set anywhere for it to work, but will probably be set towards the middle.
Set to Factory Defaults.This is so that all of the following steps will work.I do not need to change the steps based on the type of mode that printer is set up in because it will erase all that by setting it to the factory default. (See figure 14 for buttons)
Turn off the printer.
Hold the FEED and PAUSE buttons down as the printer power is turned on.
Press MODE button four times.
When the defaults are saved to the printer, the CALIBRATE, DARKER, and POSITION lights will all flash.
Test to see if the calibration is set correctly for the label.If not, proceed to the following steps.
Do a Manual Calibration.
Turn off the printer.
Hold the PAUSE, FEED, and CANCEL buttons down as the printer power is turned on, keeping the buttons depressed.
This will run through several labels and do some printing.
Release all three buttons after the CALIBRATION light comes on and then goes back off.
Put the printer into Auto-Calibration Mode.
Turn off the printer.
Hold PAUSE, CANCEL, and MODE down as the printer power is turned on.
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.