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Zebra 170 xi labela are printing on top of each other

How do i recalibrate a zebra 170 xi printer?

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You can download Zebra manulas from here. https://www.zebra.com/id/zebra/na/en/index/service_support.html here is a section of the calibration you require. Sorry it will not allow me to attach. i think issue with site usage.

Anyway press PAUSE to pause printer. Then find & press CALIBRATION, it will ask when you want to calibrate either at power up or after the print head is open & closed. I would select Power up since when you change lables out you should do so with printer off.

Good luck, post any questions to this & also rate it.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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