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My 110xiIII Plus 600 dpi is printing a random line on each label. It can't be my printhead because the line moves from the left to right side of the label when I adjust the text/graphics positioning on the label. How can I get rid of the line???

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SOURCE: only printing 1/2 a label

recalibrate the printer in the set up.
Don't just do a quick cal from the front panel.
Make sure your driver is the correct dpi zebra driver, either zebra or my preferred seagull scientific.
by .5 of the label, do you mean width or heigth.
If it is heigth, check to make sure you are set for top of print correctly. Also you will have to back feed for a label that short.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a zebra 110XiIII Plus 300 DPI printer that

I have seen that some label manufacturers have used inconsistent backing material on their label rolls. The opacity of the backing material was dramatically different in various sections of the roll. Because of this the label sensor cannot read the gap as well, and it spits out blank labels until it can detect the label gap again (or it issues the message "Paper out"...

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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SOURCE: We presently have a Zebra 110XiIII Plus Printer

@ gould804.

I have the same model printer and utilizing it the same way with text and bar code. My issue is not the the font but rather the text is not printing, only the bar code. Maybe we can contact and work with each other to resolve both of your issues. let me know?

Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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