Question about Sony DPP-FP35 Thermal Photo Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the exact same issue with mine! I didn't manage to fix it, but I know exactly what the issue is. If you open the printer, you'll find a black rectangular box above where the film fits inside the printer. This black box is connected to the board above it, and is supposed to press down against the film, and then against the paper for it to print properly. There is a little bar above the rectangular box, and there should be two plastic pieces on both ends of this bar. The bar is also connected to the gears, and when the gears move the bar, the two plastic pieces coming off of the bar push the black box down. When I looked at mine, only one of the plastic pieces was doing its job; the other one was broken, and was sliding on the bar. Tried some super glue, wouldn't work. I suggest tossing it out like I did, unless it's still under warranty or you want to try fixing the plastic piece so the printer head gets pressed down all the way.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: sony dpp-fp30 printer drivers
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=DPPFP30 click this link directly.then select your pc operating system and get the drivers.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Export your photo from iphoto to a usb stick. Then stick that into the printer´s usb port. Use the menu of the printer to make any last corrections (size, brightness, borders etc). Works with both RAW and JPEG. Good luck. /Anders
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
SOURCE: Sony Printer DPP-fp90
You may use your memory stick option to print. I means you shall copy your pictures to a memory stick card. Insert in into the printer. And print directly without your MAC. I use Sony DPP-FP70. It works.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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I have a terrific Sony dpp fp55 dye sublimation printer
that worked great until Sony decided not
to update the drivers for Windows 7. This is the second time I have had a Sony
product, the last was a laptop Vaio, and Sony stopped keeping up with drivers
for new operating systems.
I did make a work around. First I hammered the VAIO until it was flat and the disk drive could not be used to gather any information. With the sony dpp fp55, I did better. I used my desktop computer with Windows 7 professional to pass all the photos that I wanted to print to a memory card on my Toshiba laptop. That was easy. Then I moved the card to my sony dpp fp55 printer and printed my photos from the memory card. Works fine. Not a big convenience. I also decided to take that hammer to my thumb if I ever bought another Sony product with their Sony Corporation plan of obsolescence, by not keeping up with drivers for their products. I know they have the ability but when you call, they just offer you a new printer. No way, baby. I don't like their business philosophy or their hand in my pocket.
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