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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Labels jammed in Laser Printer
Well i hope you don't need to get a technician out to remove those labels for you. If you do then you better have the coffee and biscuits ready to keep him appeased!!
The most likely place for them to have come off the page is at the first place the paper bends much more than about 45 degrees. If not there, then any other bend of similar angle. After this you will need to be looking in the fuser unit (the unit that gets hot) and the heat softens the glue on the label and they peel off.
Download a service manual form here to help you get it apart without braking anything!
For future reference, please ensure that any labels you print are designed specifically for laser printers and the margin from the top of the page to the first label is as big as possible - preferably about 10mm or more.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: Printer labels do not line
The only way I could get round it was to type one page of the labels, then print on plain paper. Check with label size then go back to screen and individually change the labels that were misaligned. Then when I printed on to a label page it was correct. Time consuming but at least I didn't waste any labels that way, only paper.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Change orientation in the printer driver.
Open printer & Faxes folder, Double click on printer driver icon,
Zdesigner driver, click on properties, click printing preferences, tick the box "rotate 180%" Click apply & ok.
If driver is Zebra TLP2824, same as above, but hit the + on "Paper output" and turn "rorate 180%" on, then click apply.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
You may need to change the driver. I have seen different issues with machins printing tabs, that changing the print driver will solve. Most of the tab issues are when the driver is a PCL 5 or PCL 6 driver. Switching to a PS driver frequently helps resolve those issues.
The newest drivers would be located on Xerox.com. Go to the home page, select Drivers and downloads, then enter your model number in the search box, and then select downloads and drivers again and select the newest PS driver and install that. I am pretty sure a new fresh PS driver will resolve your problem.
I am including the setup procedure below, I assume this it the process you followed.
Try a new driver. If that doesn't resolve it, possibly the machine firmware itself will need to be updated to the newest version.
The template is set up to provide centered text in the available tab printing area at each position.
At each printing position click to highlight all the text visible on the sheet. Type in the wording you desire and proceed to the next sheet.
When printing the file ignore the warning about margins.
At The Printer:
1) Load the tabs long edge feed with the smooth edge feeding into the machine. The first tab will be on top towards the front of the printer.
2) Set the paper type to [Pre-cut tabs (106-176gsm).
3) Set the number in sequence using the [up/down] arrows for the number of tabs in the set.
4) Set the paper size to [9x11].
5) Select [Confirm].
At The Workstation:
1) Select [File], [Print] and select your printer from the [Printer Name] drop down.
2) Select the [Pages] radio button and set the page range to 2-6.
3) Select the [Paper/Output] tab.
4) Select the [Select Paper] button.
5) Select [Pre-cut tabs] from the [Type] drop down.
6) Set the number in sequence using the [up/down] arrows for the number of tabs in the set.
7) Select the [Layout/Watermark] tab.
8) Select [Fit to New Paper size] and select [9x11] from the drop down.
9) Select [Rotated Landscape] from the [Image orientation] drop down.
10) Select [Ok] twice to print the job.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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