Question about Lexmark Z65 InkJet Printer
When printing labels, one got stuck to the feed roll. the printer had to be broken down to access the roll and remove the "stuck" label. after reassembling, when printing, there is a error in the vertical alignment of the print. the repeat is approximately every 2.75" (inches). I tried adjusting the gears within the printer and could achieve a repeating white gap of approximately .03" or an overprint of two lines repeating every 2.75". is it wise to print label sheets on this machine and are there any limitations?
Don't put used label sheets through a laser printer. Just because you had it working like that doesn't mean it's a good idea. We've had many laser printers in our shop here where the owners did that and eventually the edge of one of the removed label areas will get stuck on something (usually the fixing unit) and completely ruin the fixing unit requiring it to be replaced. Only use "Laser Printer Labels" and never use used sheets.
Posted on Sep 24, 2012
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