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Enter diagnostic: press "0" then "Start", enter System settings->CE Settings->MFC->Regist, enter 102 to adjust x-axis or 101 - y-axis, adjustment range x (-24 to 127), y (-72 to 72). 24 bit = 1mm. Good luck
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Inrease the width of the label. The 0,0 reference is relative to the paper width. To chage the X axis goto parameter set or adjust set depending on firmware. (X offset)
Here is how you get your laser into adjustment modeY axis; Power and scan key at same time, unit then will tip from Y1 to Y2, then recenter. use up and down arrows to bring laser into adjustment. Let unit stabilize for 30 seconds, press scan key, you will get a continuos beep, now at same time press down arrow key. This will store your new calibration.To get X axis into adjustment mode power on and up arrow at same time, and for Z axis type laser onto Z axis and use adjustment procedure for Y axis. Saving your calibrations is the same as in Y axis. Hope this helps you