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I have a star tsp800II Rx Printer. I am having problems setting the device so that it stops at the Black Mark on the bottom. even printing a single RX it prints to the middle of the next page. It is almost Not recognizing the Black Mark Thank

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Seems like a problem with the printer head...It is usual for matrix printers and it happens due to wear and tear..You will have to get the printing head to get replaced..

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Make sure the dip switches are set identical on each printer. Use your old printer as the example They are located at the bottom of the printer near where the interface cable plugs into the printer.

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The print head has gone out on your printer. The printhead will have to be replaced

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first unistall the printer driver and reinstall it ..........

next is change cable of the printer to new .........

if its giving same problems means go for a service center.............

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hold down the feed button while turning the printer on.

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When the machine is in one of the following situations, the fax is automatically stored in memory.

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The most likely problem is that the ink is low.

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When the machine is in one of the following situations, the fax is automatically stored in memory.


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- If the Output Tray is closed
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The most likely problem is that the ink is low.

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When the option appears to print with no ink, select yes. This will allow the fax to print even when the ink is low.

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