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If you have any trouble with your Brisa gel nails, there are several instances that may cause problems such as peeling and lifting. If the gel is allowed to touch the skin, cuticles, or sidewalls, peeling may occur. Peeling is also not uncommon if too thin a layer of gel has been applied. It is important to apply several thin layers to build up the strength and create an apex. Also, Brisa Bond must be cured under the UV light for 10 seconds or peeling may occur. Lifting may occur if you have not done a thorough preparation of the nails before applying the product. Be sure to keep the gel in the pot away from the UV light. If uncapped pots are exposed to the light for long periods of time, the gel will turn hard and be unusable.
Brisa gel is hypoallergenic, but that doesn't mean that you won't be allergic to it. Being hypoallergenic simply means that a person is less likely to be sensitive to the product, because it doesn't contain some of the chemicals that other gel systems do. Good Luck!
The issue that is causing the problem is when users tear off the label they are actually partially pulling on the next label causing it to peel away a little then when it feeds it will jam. Only reliable way to stop this is once the user prints tell them to press feed and feed 1 label through.
Also, what I did was to first back all of the labels out and back into the reel. Turn machine off, then back on. With the peel lever down, as mentioned above, begin to load the labels as shown. The light will blink and it will make a noise as it senses the label. It will begin to draw the label in and you need to make sure you create tension on the labels as they are being pulled in. I accidentally did this by holding pressure against the reel, and sure enough, the thing pulled the first label into place and quit frickin blinking!!! Labels printed fine afterwards!
Try just storing your labels in a cool dry place before using them. Peeling labels are usually a sign the glue is poor or weak.
When tearing you labels off, feed them out before tearing them off, then hit the auto-align. See if that helps it.
Try pushing a normal playing card under the metal cutter that tears the labels and pull it up and through the front to bend the blade slightly outward. This will hopefully allow the labels to pass underneath.