Question about Zebra P110i Led Card Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Zebra Card Printer P310
It sounds like you have a blown pixel on your print head and will need to have it replaced. We are a full-service Zebra Reseller with factory-trained staff (former Zebra techs) and can easily take care of that for you.
If you are still looking for repair, please contact us at your convenience.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Check the type of cards you are using, they might be too thick. If you are using the regular 30mil PVC Cards then make sure before you load the cards you "fan" them, meaning try to separate the cards as when they build static electricity and "glue" to each other.
If that does not solver your problem, then you should send the printer for repairs, check your warranty status with your ID Printer Vendor.
Also, sometimes if you are using the Adhesive cards, the paper back of the card does not feed into the roller system of the printer.
-- The Pros at www.DiscountIDStore.com
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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