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Why is print not starting at top of label?


Check the size (length of the label and check the type of detection.
- check if there is a feed adjust value in the printer ajustments menu and in the driver. to return to zero checkbox the advanced parameter and print a label to send zero values.

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How can i adjust the label feed


Firstly the length of the label must be correctly set.
- When activation forward wait on parameter, you can adjust the feed value.
- else you can adjust the feed value in the driver.

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I'm using my LP-2844 in conjunction with Label Matrix software and I've run into a snag with my printer. When switching between jobs, I went from one label size to another (something i've done...


The problem with this type of printer is that you need to callibrate the size of the label in fact the Length. If you change the length then the printer may stop printing correctly ans stalls.
From your driver try to do a calibration of sensors with your labels and this sould work with this model.
Other manufacturers handle the varying length dynamically.

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Printer will not calibrate to different lengths of label stock.


I would recommend adjusting your sensor to the middle of your label.

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P Touch 1880 indicates MAX font size, but prints smaller sized label. If I print one word at a time, it prints in MAX size. If I print two or more words, it prints smaller font. Weird, new problem.


Sounds like you may have a maximum length set that keeps you from printing over a certain length of label and it is adjusting your font size to fit that length. You may need a manual to figure out how to reset the length.

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Loftware labels printing off staggered.


Most reasons for this is a slight adjustment problem with page length. You can recalibrate the printer via the menu system, doing it this way will adjust the sensors with new settings

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Printing half the vertical, no matter what size label in use.


Some drivers adjust the length of the print area, regardless of the length of the label. Do calibrate the label and also verifies that the margins are zero.
Roberto Martinez

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During manual calibration of the Z4Mplus the


Let the printer calibrates itself or have a manual calibration in the printer setup. You can also press the keys FEED, PAUSE and CANCEL, turn on the printer and release the keys when feeding the labels.
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Cannot remove backing


Bend the label in half length-wise

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Mis align printout


hi, its hard to say but.... does it feed ok or skip labels??? if it skips labels, the sensor will need replacement or adjustment, also download the latest drivers, and if your driver or software gives u the option, play around with the magnification settings, also double check length, borders etc, try making the label length setting appear longer , shorter etc. Hope this is of help to you,M,

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