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Label peeling My zebra 105se printer will not auto peel the labels consistently

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Sometimes the peel bar gets worn out and isn't very sharp anymore (replace). This will affect the peeling. Also try increasing the printhead pressure with the printhead toggle.

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  3. Try pushing a normal playing card under the metal cutter that tears the labels and pull it up and through the front to bend the blade slightly outward. This will hopefully allow the labels to pass underneath.

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