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MY DTC1000 IS NETWORKED, BUT THE PAUSE BUTTON TURNS RED AND IT DOESNT PRINT TILL YOU PUSH THAT BUTTON, NEW RIBBON AND ALSO CLEANED PRINTER DOESNT RESOLVE

I HAVE ADDED 3 DTC1000 ETHERNET PRINTERS TO MY NETWORK, BUT IT MAKES YOU PRESS THE PAUSE BUTTON TO PRINT, MY USB DTC1000 PRINT FINE WITHOUT PRESSING THAT BUTTON, I HAVE CLEANED THE PRINTER AND USED NEW RIBBONS BUT THAT HASNT RESOLVED THAT ISSUE

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SOURCE: Printer ribbon broke in half

Not sure what your question is??? Must have been a defective card that caused the ribbon to split. Or the ribbon was worn and happened to split on that card. I hate when that happens. Please repost if you have further questions. Tim

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SOURCE: Fargo c16 card printer

it is time to upgrade your printer

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SOURCE: fargo pro-l using too much ribbon

Hi,
It sounds like you may need to calibrate the ribbon sensor.

Go to the driver icon in your printers folder.

Right click on the Pro-L driver's icon, and select "Printing Preferences".

Click on the "Advanced" button in the lower right corner. A new window will open.

Scroll to the bottom and you will see "Calibrate...". Click on that and a button appears next to it that says "Properties...". Click the "Properites" button and another window appears.

On this screen, you'll see a button on the right side that says "Sensors...". Click on it, and yet another window opens. Almost there.

Here, you'll see two sections. The top section is for calibrating the ribbon sensor, the bottom is for the lamination sensor. Remove the ribbon and close the lid. Click on the "Send" button in the top section to calibrate the ribbon sensor. Your printer should beep twice.

After that, hit cancel on the previous windows to close out everything.

Normally this fixes this kind of problem, but if it doesn't, then there is something broke in the printer, possibly the sensor itself.

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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SOURCE: bad print heads

This is a continuing problem we have with our Fargo DTC550 printer. If you remove the printhead from the printer and look at the underside you will see a nick on the head in the same area you are getting a line on your card. Fargo claims we damaged the head due to not keeping the printer clean even though we clean at every ribbon change. I believe that the damage happens when a plastic debris (from the plastic card) gets between the card and the head. You must check your card stock to make sure there is no plastic debris on them. Bottom line, you have to replace the head and at the time it costs $700 per head.

Posted on May 05, 2008

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SOURCE: my printer displays ribbon error. but there is ribbon inside

you can change which ribbon type is installed in the printing preferences of the printer driver.
make sure you have the right ribbon type selected.
CYMTKO vs. CYMTO, etc.

There is also a button that will auto detect the ribbon right underneath the pulldown menu.

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Card keeps jamming and ribbon breaks


Download the Fargo Diagnose Utility .

But Requires Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP, Me; 16MB of RAM (Recommended); SVGA Monitor (800x600 or higher is required); and at least one printer drivers installed.

If a card becomes jammed inside the printer, the LCD Display will indicate
approximately where it is jammed. At this point you can either try to correct the
problem and continue printing with the same card, or remove the card completely
and continue printing with a new card. Refer to the following steps for instructions
on doing either:
1. Leave the power ON, and open of the printer?s Top Covers.

2. Remove the ribbon and overlaminate as needed.

3. If you would like to try to correct the problem and continue printing with
the same card, do so by pressing the On/Cancel button to advance the card or
the Pause/Resume button to reverse the card. Use these buttons to help free the
card from its jam. Try not to move the card too far from where it was just
before the jam occurred. Once the jam is cleared, replace media, close the Top
Cover(s), and press the Pause/Resume button to resume printing.

4. If you would like to remove the jammed card completely, do so by using the
On/Cancel and Pause/Resume buttons to manually eject the card. Then,
replace media, close the Top Covers, and press the On/Cancel button. At this
point, the LCD Display will prompt you to either press the Pause/Resume
button or the On/Cancel button. Pressing the Pause/Resume button will cause
the printer to feed in a new card and reprint the job which originally jammed
along with all subsequent jobs still being sent. Pressing the On/Cancel button
will reboot the printer and cancel all jobs within the printer?s memory. In this
case, you must also cancel and resend the print jobs from your computer.

CLEARING A RIBBON OR OVERLAMINATE JAM
If the ribbon or overlaminate becomes stuck to a card or jammed inside the printer,
the LCD Display will indicate that it is jammed. Refer to the following steps to clear
the jam:
1. Leave the power ON, and open the printer?s Top Covers as necessary.
2. Remove the Take-Up core (the side with used ribbon or overlaminate on it)
from in between the two black Drive Hubs.
3. Steadily pull the ribbon or overlaminate free from where it is jammed. If stuck
to a card, pull the ribbon or overlaminate off the card and throw the card away.
If it is jammed underneath the rollers, press and hold down the printer?s
Pause/Resume button as you gently pull up on the ribbon or overlaminate. Do
not **** the ribbon or overlaminate to free it, since this will increase the chance
of breaking it. If it does happen to break, simply tape the broken end of the
supply roll directly onto the take-up roll. Then, wind a few inches worth of
ribbon or overlaminate from the supply roll onto the take-up roll. Be sure the
ribbon or overlaminate is passing beneath both the supply and take-up rolls.
4. Once the jam is cleared, replace media, close the Top Covers, and press the
On/Cancel button. At this point, the LCD Display will prompt you to either
press the Pause/Resume button or the On/Cancel button. Pressing the
Pause/Resume button will cause the printer to feed in a new card and reprint
the job which originally jammed along with all subsequent jobs still being sent.
Pressing the On/Cancel button will reboot the printer and cancel all jobs
within the printer?s memory. In this case, you must also cancel and resend the
print jobs from your computer.
H. CLEANING THE CARD FEED ROLLERS
To assure consistent printer operation, all of the gray card feed rollers within the
printer should be cleaned during every ribbon change (every 250 prints) or if the
rollers are noticeably dirty. To clean these rollers, use the special adhesive-backed
Cleaning Cards from the Printer Cleaning Kit. Refer to the following steps to run a
Cleaning Card through your printer:
1. Open the Top Covers and remove all print supplies from the printer. Leave the
printer power ON and the Top Covers open throughout this procedure. The
Cleaning Roller Assembly can also remain within the printer during this
cleaning process.
2. Remove the Cleaning Card?s adhesive backing paper.

Nov 12, 2010 | Fargo Pro L ID Thermal Printer

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Card jams and ribbon keeps breaking


CLEANING THE INSIDE OF THE PRINTER
As you use your printer, dust and other foreign particles may accumulate inside
the printer?s case. These particles are attracted to the underside of the ribbon by
static produced during printing and can cause voids on the printed image.
Periodically, use the following procedure to remove dust and other foreign
particles:
1. Open the printer?s Top Covers.
2. Remove the ribbon and overlaminate from the printer.
3. Use a Cleaning Pad from the Printer Cleaning Kit or a soft, lint-free cloth
slightly moistened with isopropyl alcohol to wipe out all visible areas inside
the printer. Remove any debris that may be inside. Be extremely careful not to
let any alcohol drip inside the printer!
4. Once the cleaned areas are completely dry and free of foreign debris, re-install
the ribbon and overlaminate, and close the covers.
F. CLEARING A CARD JAM
If a card becomes jammed inside the printer, the LCD Display will indicate
approximately where it is jammed. At this point you can either try to correct the
problem and continue printing with the same card, or remove the card completely
and continue printing with a new card. Refer to the following steps for instructions
on doing either:
1. Leave the power ON, and open of the printer?s Top Covers.
2. Remove the ribbon and overlaminate as needed.
3. If you would like to try to correct the problem and continue printing with
the same card, do so by pressing the On/Cancel button to advance the card or
the Pause/Resume button to reverse the card. Use these buttons to help free the
card from its jam. Try not to move the card too far from where it was just
before the jam occurred. Once the jam is cleared, replace media, close the Top
Cover(s), and press the Pause/Resume button to resume printing.
4. If you would like to remove the jammed card completely, do so by using the
On/Cancel and Pause/Resume buttons to manually eject the card. Then,
replace media, close the Top Covers, and press the On/Cancel button. At this
point, the LCD Display will prompt you to either press the Pause/Resume
button or the On/Cancel button. Pressing the Pause/Resume button will cause
the printer to feed in a new card and reprint the job which originally jammed
along with all subsequent jobs still being sent. Pressing the On/Cancel button
will reboot the printer and cancel all jobs within the printer?s memory. In this
case, you must also cancel and resend the print jobs from your computer.
Section 7: Maintenance 53
Pro-L Card Printer User?s Manual
G. CLEARING A RIBBON OR OVERLAMINATE JAM
If the ribbon or overlaminate becomes stuck to a card or jammed inside the printer,
the LCD Display will indicate that it is jammed. Refer to the following steps to clear
the jam:
1. Leave the power ON, and open the printer?s Top Covers as necessary.
2. Remove the Take-Up core (the side with used ribbon or overlaminate on it)
from in between the two black Drive Hubs.
3. Steadily pull the ribbon or overlaminate free from where it is jammed. If stuck
to a card, pull the ribbon or overlaminate off the card and throw the card away.
If it is jammed underneath the rollers, press and hold down the printer?s
Pause/Resume button as you gently pull up on the ribbon or overlaminate. Do
not **** the ribbon or overlaminate to free it, since this will increase the chance
of breaking it. If it does happen to break, simply tape the broken end of the
supply roll directly onto the take-up roll. Then, wind a few inches worth of
ribbon or overlaminate from the supply roll onto the take-up roll. Be sure the
ribbon or overlaminate is passing beneath both the supply and take-up rolls.
4. Once the jam is cleared, replace media, close the Top Covers, and press the
On/Cancel button. At this point, the LCD Display will prompt you to either
press the Pause/Resume button or the On/Cancel button. Pressing the
Pause/Resume button will cause the printer to feed in a new card and reprint
the job which originally jammed along with all subsequent jobs still being sent.
Pressing the On/Cancel button will reboot the printer and cancel all jobs
within the printer?s memory. In this case, you must also cancel and resend the
print jobs from your computer.
H. CLEANING THE CARD FEED ROLLERS
To assure consistent printer operation, all of the gray card feed rollers within the
printer should be cleaned during every ribbon change (every 250 prints) or if the
rollers are noticeably dirty. To clean these rollers, use the special adhesive-backed
Cleaning Cards from the Printer Cleaning Kit. Refer to the following steps to run a
Cleaning Card through your printer:
1. Open the Top Covers and remove all print supplies from the printer. Leave the
printer power ON and the Top Covers open throughout this procedure. The
Cleaning Roller Assembly can also remain within the printer during this
cleaning process.
2. Remove the Cleaning Card?s adhesive backing paper.

Nov 12, 2010 | Fargo Pro L ID Thermal Printer

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Zebra s4m is printing blank pages


turn printer off, press pause buton, tur on, wait 5 secunds and relese the button. He goin to print the test label, Pause. check Darkness seting, ajust if necessery. don't forget to save. To go out from the test, turn printer off and on again.
the ribbon is on the correct way?
The labels are Termal Transfer and you don't have ribbon in the printer.

Jul 02, 2010 | Zebra S4M Thermal Label Printer

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My mfc-240c won't print red, even with a new cartdrige.


Try running a few cleanings on the color.

Press the ink button and select cleaning,, do about five cleanings. Print the ink quality test page (from the ink button as well) and see the quality if it improved.

If it still doesnt print its possible the ink is clogged and may need servicing to replace the printer head

Apr 06, 2010 | Brother MFC 240C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Printer will not print hp error messsage oxc19a0024 removed all cartridges pupluged as recommended


OKSolution 1:
  1. Turn off power and unplug from power source.
  2. Open right side of printer.
  3. Disconnect,by pulling gently, both white flat ribbon cables off the main circuit board.
  4. Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you get a error message and push "Ok".
  5. Unplug power source.
  6. Reconnect the flat ribbon cables by aligning and carefully pushing into the conectors on the main circuit board.
  7. Plug in power source and turn printer on.

Solution 2:
  1. Turn off power and unplug from power source.
  2. Open right side of printer (looking at the front).
  3. Disconect,by pulling gently, the flat ribbon cable off the main circuit board that is the smaller of the two.
  4. Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you hear no more movement from inside from unit booting up.
  5. Press both cancel and power button at the same time.
  6. Message on printer screen will be, "Enter Special Key Combo".
  7. Push keys; Left-Ok-Right.
  8. When printer screen changes, scan through and look for "System Menu" and push "Ok"
  9. Scan agan and look for "Clean Derivative" and push "Ok". Wait for 1 minute.
  10. Scan agan and look for "Clean Firms" and push "Ok". Wait for 1 minute.
  11. Press "Cancel" 4 times
  12. Turn off power and unplug from power source. Wait for 2 minutes.
  13. Reconect the flat ribbon cable by aligning and carefully pushing into the conector on the main circuit board.
  14. Plug in power source,and turn on power.
  15. When printer boots up, answer the questions on the printer screen for your area.
  16. The printer will cycle the ink from the cartridges to the print head and back.
Pineworks

Oct 01, 2009 | HP Photosmart C5180 All-In-One InkJet...

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Error0xc19a0024 on a hp 6180 will not print


Hi,

Follow the below 2 solutions :-

I
  1. Turn off power and unplug from power source.
  2. Open right side of printer.
  3. Disconnect,by pulling gently, both white flat ribbon cables off the main circuit board.
  4. Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you get a error message and push "Ok".
  5. Unplug power source.
  6. Reconnect the flat ribbon cables by aligning and carefully pushing into the connectors on the main circuit board.
  7. Plug in power source and turn printer on.
II

  1. Turn off power and unplug from power source.
  2. Open right side of printer (looking at the front).
  3. Disconect,by pulling gently, the flat ribbon cable off the main circuit board that is the smaller of the two.
  4. Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you hear no more movement from inside from unit booting up.
  5. Press both cancel and power button at the same time.
  6. Message on printer screen will be, "Enter Special Key Combo".
  7. Push keys; Left-Ok-Right.
  8. When printer screen changes, scan through and look for "System Menu" and push "Ok"
  9. Scan again and look for "Clean Derivative" and push "Ok". Wait for 1 minute.
  10. Scan again and look for "Clean Firms" and push "Ok". Wait for 1 minute.
  11. Press "Cancel" 4 times
  12. Turn off power and unplug from power source. Wait for 2 minutes.
  13. Reconnect the flat ribbon cable by aligning and carefully pushing into the connector on the main circuit board.
  14. Plug in power source,and turn on power.
  15. When printer boots up, answer the questions on the printer screen for your area.
  16. The printer will cycle the ink from the cartridges to the print head and back.
If problem persists, let me know.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

Sep 07, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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HP C5180 error messsage Oxc19a0024 will not print. what to do.


Ok this is a old postint but you may come back to see it or it may be handy for some one elles.
Solution 1:
  1. Turn off power and unplug from power source.
  2. Open right side of printer.
  3. Disconnect,by pulling gently, both white flat ribbon cables off the main circuit board.
  4. Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you get a error message and push "Ok".
  5. Unplug power source.
  6. Reconnect the flat ribbon cables by aligning and carefully pushing into the conectors on the main circuit board.
  7. Plug in power source and turn printer on.

Solution 2:
  1. Turn off power and unplug from power source.
  2. Open right side of printer (looking at the front).
  3. Disconect,by pulling gently, the flat ribbon cable off the main circuit board that is the smaller of the two.
  4. Plug in power source and turn printer on. Wait till you hear no more movement from inside from unit booting up.
  5. Press both cancel and power button at the same time.
  6. Message on printer screen will be, "Enter Special Key Combo".
  7. Push keys; Left-Ok-Right.
  8. When printer screen changes, scan through and look for "System Menu" and push "Ok"
  9. Scan agan and look for "Clean Derivative" and push "Ok". Wait for 1 minute.
  10. Scan agan and look for "Clean Firms" and push "Ok". Wait for 1 minute.
  11. Press "Cancel" 4 times
  12. Turn off power and unplug from power source. Wait for 2 minutes.
  13. Reconect the flat ribbon cable by aligning and carefully pushing into the conector on the main circuit board.
  14. Plug in power source,and turn on power.
  15. When printer boots up, answer the questions on the printer screen for your area.
  16. The printer will cycle the ink from the cartridges to the print head and back.
  17. All the best: Pineworks

Jun 18, 2009 | HP Photosmart C5180 All-In-One InkJet...

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Tec 572 printer gives "no ribbon" error with ribbon installed


You have to set the ribbon type to be "non-transmissive" for black transfer film.
To set the ribbon type, turn the printer off. Then press and hold the "feed" and "pause" buttons while turning on the power. The printer will now be in diagnostic mode - you can page through the menus until it says "ribbon type"
Pick the correct type and press the "pause" key to save the value. Then turn off the printer and turn it on again normally. The ribbon error goes away.

Mar 19, 2009 | Toshiba TEC B-572 Printer

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Zebra 140Xill problem


Whenever you open the printhead, the Pause led will light.

If you hit the Pause button, the printer should go back on-line and resume printing (if you didn't turn it off).

If that doesn't work, try the calibration button (labels will feed out), then the Pause button, then the Feed button.

If you don't want to toss too many labels when you calibrate, the "maximum label length" (or some name like that) can be adjusted through the front panel.

Label_Guy


Sep 14, 2008 | Zebra Printer 140-751-00000

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Possible print head failure


to test , press pause botton and turn on (press 5 sec.)
he print a "pause test".
check if print, if stop on ich gap and if come some lines across the print (if apear some lines, need new print head.) this step just pause wen print some labels, and then still print until turn off.
Turn off and turn on the printer to work normal.

To calibrate media, go on the setings to "sensor profile" and/or "run manual calibration, follow the steps. (dont forget to take the ribbon from the sensor.)
let the test run until finish.

May 02, 2008 | Zebra Z4Mplus Label Printer

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