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Print alignment problem. Prints across 2 lables. not sensing the black line on back of label roll.

Monarch 9855 printer is printing across 2 labels. It starts on one label, but continues to the next. It appears to not be sensing the black line on the back of the label roll. I am looking to find out where the sensor is so I can try cleaning it.

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As it turns out, a good cleaning took care of the problem. I suspect the sensor bar was dirty so it could not detect the black line on the back of the labels for alignment.

Thanks anyway!

Mike Sunderland

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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