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Epson LX-300+ Matrix Printer Problem

I have one LX 300 + dot matrix printer. print out in dos mode draft ok but sans serif font make print double character.

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Re: Epson LX-300+ Matrix Printer Problem

Please change the setting print direction from bidirection to unidirection.

Posted on Dec 03, 2007

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How to check print head Epson lX300+

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Re: Epson LX-300+ Matrix Printer Problem

I tried replacing the motors and the issue persisted, so I have to assume it was a board issue. Switching the printing to unidirectional as suggested by Albert124 took care of issue for us, as we were not concerned about printing speed, since our equipment runs at 300 baud.

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Language as chainged

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Re: Epson LX-300+ Matrix Printer Problem

The problem is with printer's carriage unit, just replace and check it.

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Posted on Dec 01, 2007

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How to use draft mode in epson lx_300+ii printe


Change the printer's default settings.
Hold down the Font button and switch the printer on. The printer will print language setting
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Press the font button again and the printer will print instructions for changing from default settings
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Make sure you installed correct printer driver and choose the correct model .and remove the pending print job if it is there.
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Epson LX-300+II, the font problem


yes you can change the font tray to print the printer internal setting tray that press and hold any key by tarn the printer off then on after you tarn the printer on release the key

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Epson LX-300+II, the font problem


have you check the white cable? (from the printer head to the
mainboard) .If the white cable is ok and you confirm that the 
printer head is fine, then the problem is at the mainboard.

most problems like this that i had encountered is at the transistor
at the mainboard. Try to check it out using a multitester.

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Horzontally double printing & characters are not clers.


Is the ribbon tight or sticking, If ribbon can't turn, it delays entire carriage, you will notice that if you move carriage up and down by hand ribbon turns, I have seen sticky ribbon s cause problems as well as gearing that drives ribbon with wornout gears

If self test fails then all faults /i can think of on these is

  • Dry rail/dirty bearing
  • incorrectly manufactured ribbon
  • Damaged dot head
  • broken/breaking ribbon interface carriage cable
  • worn ribbon drive gears
  • worn/dirty ribbon drive rail
  • main board

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hi
for high speed printing through your printer LQ1170 control panel by prassing font switch change to draft mode it will help full to you, but it may lighter your print quality .

thanks.

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