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Feeding my printer stops then it have printed text.But it is about 1inch of label left.So i can`t cut it.(i don`t want to cut my label in the middle but in the gap position) pleas ehelp

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Re: feeding

Hello Sarunas,The problem ultimately, might lie with label feeding,Try Printer feeding,when u give the feed button, the labels should automatically, stop at the gap position, try printer calibration settings.
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