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Zebra 105se Over feed out label after calibration

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SOURCE: zebra 105se printer is printing out of the label on the wright side

It would be best if we had more information, or a picture.

For instance if you told me as the label is printing it does not print on the label, and it appears shifted to the right or front, then I would say, you need to re-calibrate the printer for that label.

If you were saying that the printer is printing on the right side of the label as you face the printer and watch the label exit the printer, then I would say, that the label size in the software is wrong, or the transfer ribbon is loaded incorrectly, too far to the right as you face the label exit path, OR the labels are loaded too far to the left as you face the label exit path.

Here is a link to a manual that may help as well.

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Zebra 105se blank labels problem

I would say the roller isn't the problem. I had the same problem on many Zebra printers, but often the calibration helped. Then it could do, when printing task label is for larger/longer than the label size is set in the printer system (conflict of software with printer settings after calibration). It could be set too down to bottom in Y axis. Or it could be in the software settings - as action after print - not sure.
Try to open the printer queue while the label is printed and check if the label has proper number of pages or there's 1 page more. If it is the right number - then the problem is on printer side (recalibrate, reflash it). If the number is about 1 higher, the problem is with settings of the label size (barcode software, printer settings) or action after print on PC side.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Zebra 105Se power on calibration

If this unit has the LCD screen you need to Press Setup. Then Press Next till you get to Media Power Up and set it to FEED. Next go to Head Close and set it to FEED also and then save settings. It will only shoot one label out instead of Calibrate. Which is needed when they install new lables if its the same type of label all the time really don't need to Calibrate every time you stick new labels in it.

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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SOURCE: My Zebra 105SE is printing fine on the left

I think the 105 has an adjustment on the printhead. There are left and right hand adjusters just above the printhead. It sounds as if the right hand one does not have enough pressure on it, try increasing the RH one and see the effect on the print.

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: I have zebra 105se printer after several

Sounds like the main drive belt is bad.

Posted on Sep 23, 2011

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The label sensor is not detecting the gap between the labels.

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Make sure the labels are loaded all the way to the left (as viewed fron the front) and make sure the label guide (near the back of the printer) is set to keep the labels from wandering away from the sensor.

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If you haven't already done so, calibrate the printer, by using the "Online", "Calibrate", "Online" buttons. Hit the "Feed" button a few times to see if the labels feed consistantly. It might take to "Feeds" to get each out, if they stop at both the start of the printhead and again at the tear bar. Adjusting the labels and calibrating fixes most problems. If the "Feed" button still doesn't feed just one label and the printer still skips labels, you'll need to adjust the label gap sensors. This can be a bit tricky if your labels are very narrow.

There should be a small pcb on a shaft under the label path. Note its current location, then slide it left or right to get a better signal, and try the feed button again. On my Zebras, the sensor is not in the middle of the PCB. Look for a small metal "can" on the PCB and center that.

The upper sensor is more difficult to adjust, but if you manage to spot a very small PCB above the labels, it will be easier to line these up.

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