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Lexmark C782n uesd for vinyl labels keeps jamming

We have 10 C782n printers that are continually jamming when running vinyl label stock. The stock meets the Lexmark specs. Some printers work fine as long as the drawers are full; some won't pull from the drawer at all. Other times, the jams occur in the middle of large jobs (160+ labels). No consistency, but lots of ********** users. We have the paper supply setting on *vinyl labels*. The labels come off pretty hot, but afraid the ink won't adhere properly if we reduce the setting to plain paper, which does seem to help.

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If your having problems with jamming and not picking at all. buy a can of cfc contact cleaner or equivilent. spray this on a rag and clean the surface of the rubber pick wheels in the tray. These wheels are known to get a shinny build up on them from the media. this will cause timming isssues as well as not picking the media at all.

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Please follow this link to the Users Guide for your printer then go to the Labels section.

http://www.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/2007/780/ug_en.pdf

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