Question about Epson Office Equipment & Supplies
I am using an Epson T-20 printer and 3*1/8 thermal paper.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi. turn key to OPX/Z mode. Press the receipt button. Turn back to REG mode. Now when you want to issue a receipt, press the receipt button.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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Hmm. That is almost NEVER a paper problem, so forget about that.
It is always difficult to diagnose head problems without seeing the machine.
It can be a dirty thermal head, but that's not common unless something has been spilled on it. If you want to try cleaning the head, open the printer, and find the head. It is usually a small aluminium block that clamps against the paper when the printer is closed. it will always sit against the front of the paper. On that block, you will see tiny lines all very close together. They go to a connector at one end, and a thin black line at the top of the head. Wipe this black line firmly with a dry cotton bud.
Here is a picture of a thermal head:
Just above the light brown strip, you can just see the black line. This is what you would rub clean.
Otherwise, make sure the paper is clamping hard against the head while closed. If the clamp is not pressing with the same force at both ends of the head, then you will miss some printing. Try pressing against the back of the paper at the head while it prints, and see if it prints any more than before, then you know if your'e on the right track.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
I had the same problem, and after going through so many articles, I was getting the message but didn't know how to pass the escape codes. All you need to do is pass the ASCII code of the characters needed preceded by the ASCII code for Escape. In Delphi, we use Char(27) or #27. In my case I used ESC 105 Null and it worked. Here is my sample code, with Str being a TStrings class (A string array object) and the WriteTextFile being a procedure to write the Strings to LPT1 as plain text. Str.Add('*********END**********'); Str.Add(''); Str.Add(#10); Str.Add(#10); Str.Add(#27#105); WriteTextFile(dmMain.LPTFile, Str); any questions, holla me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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