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Hi my epson tm88iii wont print. it do receive data from the computer and dispense paper but the paper is empty without any prints. I guess the problem is in the thermal head? could it be the thermal head? what is the symptoms of a busted thermal head?

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Are you using thermal paper? Do you have the correct side up !

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