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Zebra Z4000 Stationery alignment.

When I load stationery in the Z4000 we have just acquired, it 'drifts' to the right. The stationery jumps over the alignment guide. Does anyone have a manual (the Z4M is a similar model but has a different threading mechanism), or advice. The zebra website has no downloads for such an old model.

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  • jmacleary Jun 11, 2009

    Thank you for that. I have adapted the guide with a taller piece, but I found that the main reason was to do with how snugly the label stock is placed against the lh side (looking from the front) when the ribbon assembly is lowered into place. Keeping the label pushed fully across seems to do the trick.

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Unfortunately, the guide under the ribbon spindle is the only real solution to this problem. I have the manual, but it's practically useless, and wouldn't have been able to help you regardless of how well it was put together. Try glueing a plastic or metal piece on the guide to make it taller, and make sure the guide is flipped up to keep the labels in.

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