This AM, I printed a USPS First-Class postage-paid printed label emailed to me by a vendor. Since that printing, my Canon BJ-200ex has not printed anything that I asked it to. It was connected and detected via new USB cable to my Windows XP port in September, 2008 (after 9 yrs. connected to a Windows 98 and 4 yrs on a Windows 95), and has never previously given me a problem. Now, when I ask it to print, it says it's ready but it doesn't print. Once today, when I turned it on online, it consecutively printed several emails requests I had made earlier but wouldn't print when I asked it to. Another time, it printed one unintelligible word per page until I stopped it. I have been trying to troubleshoot the problem via owner's manual, XP troubleshooting guide and Google but can't find a clue.
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The BJ200 is quite an old printer. The problem you're describing is indicative of a head failure. If replacing the cartridge doesn't work, you may have a faulty head. If the cartridge includes the print-head (some do) it could be the contact strip on the cartridge cradle.
My honest advice would be to retire this printer, and buy a new one. Even the most basic model you can buy now would exceed the bj200ex in both quality and speed - and would be inexpensive to buy.
Are you sure that the page size is wrong, or are you just guessing because of the way that the label is printing? I would uninstall the driver - delete the printer from printers and faxes and remove the driver from Server Properties (in the file drop down in Printers and Faxes). Go to ups.zebra.com/ctp and get the latest driver - you have to have the UPS version of the driver in order to support pass-through printing. Go into your UPS Ship Asst application and make sure that the generic thermal is not checked.
it depends what program you have but you can either copy the label and make it bigger by zooming out or just by going into programmes available and see if there are different sizes available
go to tools as this may you let do all this
Nope. You can use Cyan, Magenta and Yellow as well as Black.
Specifications (BJC 620):
Form Factor: Desktop
Connectivity Technology: Cable
Language Simulation: EPSON LQ • IBM Proprinter X24E
Media Type: Coated Paper • Envelopes • Glossy Paper
• Labels • Photo Paper • Plain Paper • Transparencies
Max Media Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm) • Legal (216 x
356 mm, 8.5 x 14")
Total Media Capacity: 100 Sheets
Media Path Type: Straight
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 3.x
Product ID: 20152942
Exterior Color: White
ProductDescription for Canon BJC 620
(From the Manufacturer, Canon)
Simply a piece of printing marvel, with high definition printing,
superior ink technology, innovative waste-free ink system and
user-friendly Windows printing system. The BJC-620, simply a must buy
for those who seriously considers printing in superior, high quality
color. It comes with an Internet kit.
Somewhere on this website should be my comments on your problem but I can't find them, so here's a repeat. Sounds like the print head is clogged. With power on, press the Online and Print Mode buttons simultaneously until the lights to the left of the Online button blink. Normally, this takes a few seconds. This is the recommended cleaning procedure for this printer head. If no success, repeat this a few times. If no success, replace your ink cartridge with a Canon BC-02 black ink cartridge (if not already using this) and use the above cleaning procedure before trying to print. If unsuccessful, try a printer repairman.