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Need Zebra 140xi User Manual

Does anyone have a any type of manual for an old Zebra 140xi?

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  • Teresa_Hall Dec 10, 2008

    Thanks, but I already tried the zebra site. All support for this model ended in 2005 so there is no manual on their site.



    I was hoping someone here in the user community might have a PDF.

  • tmooney Feb 20, 2009

    I am looking for a 140Xi II manual does anyone have one?

  • Oldzebra140 Mar 16, 2009

    Same issue. Hwe have older Z140-200 series printers and no user manuals. New people with no instructions. Printers are fine and we can still get all parts. Just need user manual to update operator training.

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The above link is dead now. As soon as Zebra discontinues support they kill the links to ALL reference documents. Guess my search goes on...

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If one is available, you will find it here - LINK

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