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3 Model 2746's - 2 print custom label perfectly - the other does not.

We have 2 2746 models that receive custom code and print a box with text within and under the box. Then a bar code prints with text under it. This works perfectly. Another 2746 receives the same data but does the following: Prints the box with no data in or under the box. The bar code and its data is correct. Could it be the speed of the printer? All drivers and configuration is the same

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Could be the printer speed but, you may want to reinstall driver and reset configuration, sometimes it is just one thing unchecked that will make the diference.

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