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I have zebra 170XiIII plus 300-dpi printer, after changing the printhead and then calibrating both ribbon and media, as well as updating the ohms value, when you print a label, it gives ribbon out error. You put the old printhead back in and the printer works fine. Why?

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Check to see if the Backfeed is set to default.

Also, check to see what mode the printer is in, if it is in rewind, the printer will not backfeed to print that portion of the label.

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Good morning. my printer will not calibrate. Could you please help me out?


Perform a Manual Calibration:
Perform a media and ribbon sensor calibration to reset the sensitivity of the sensors so the
media and ribbon are detected more accurately. If you change the type of ribbon or media,
your printer may operate better if you perform this calibration.

Calibrate Media and Ribbon Sensors
Use this procedure to adjust the sensitivity of the printer's sensors. In a
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Important • This procedure must be followed exactly as presented.
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is possible calibration issues. please run manual calibration,
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The label print gets truncated


Check to see if the Backfeed is set to default.

Also, check to see what mode the printer is in, if it is in rewind, the printer will not backfeed to print that portion of the label.

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