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Printer leaves black band on label and does not printthe letters in this area

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SOURCE: problem with b-472 after printer sets for a period

Have you cleaned the printhead recently? residual label glue and ribbon debris can build up on the printhead. It's recommended that the printhead is cleaned everytime thr ribbon is replaced

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