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Paper prints out in small increments, pausing every 15 seconds.

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REMOVE AND CLEAN THE CARTRIDGE CONTACTS(GOLDEN DOTS) WITH SOFT CLOTH AND TRY IT BACK. IF THE CARTRIDGE IS NOT DETECTING PROPERLY IT MAY TAKE MORE TIME.

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Both these issues could be caused by a dirty media sensor. If this is the issue you may be able to improve things by selecting "plain paper" rather than "Automatic".

You can also try cleaning the sensor. The sensor is on the bottom of a black plastic piece mounted to the side of the carriage. Open the printer lid as if you were going to change the cartridges, then gently move the carriage about an inch to the left. There is a small black part mounted toward the bottom rear of the carriage. The sensor is on the underside of this. You could try cleaning the sensor with a damp Q-tip. Be careful not to get in the service station area where there is waste ink. This can be messy, be especially careful not to get ink on the sensor.

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You can set the sensor to either reflective or transmissive.

For the printer to maintain a constant print position it uses the transmissive sensor to detect the gap
between labels by measuring the amount of light passing through the media. When the media is preprinted,
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(2) Load a media roll in the usual way.
(3) Press the [PAUSE] key.
(4) The printer enters the pause mode.
(5) Press and hold the [PAUSE] key for at least 3
seconds in the pause state.
(6) The sensor type is displayed.
(7) Press the [FEED] key.
(8) The reflective sensor (black mark sensor) is selected.
(9) Press the [FEED] key again.
(10) The transmissive sensor (feed gap sensor) is selected.
(11) Press and hold the [PAUSE] key.
(12) The media is advanced until the [PAUSE] key is
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