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If you take the side off, and then the power supply, you will see a sensor and a flag, check for wear / damage. sometimes the allen bolt that holds the lower cutter linkage can come loose. try cleaning the sensor. also the connections from the cutter board need cleaning with ipa. if that doesnt solve the issue, you can take the cutter off, remove the silver plate and remove any label debris. if all this fails to solve the problem you will probably require a cutter board or sensor.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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