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A adhesive file folder label has adherred to the hidden area under the roller and is preventing me from being able to feed paper into the typewriter.


On the left end of the platen there is a lever push it down and you can lift the platen out and remove the debris.

DickyO

Jul 06, 2011 | Olympia Mastertype 3 Typewriter

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How do I print labels with my HP Officejet J4580


You follow the instructions in your word software and feed the labels face down. Make sure you have labels specially made for inkjet printers. If you use other types of label forms, the ink may not adhere.

Feb 18, 2011 | HP OfficeJet J4580 All-In-One Laser...

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I have Avery Gloss labels for laser printers and have a Ricoh laser printer. The black toner is adhering to the labels and the other colours are not


Look to your menu for a paper setup and find the one for label or card stock and choose that. Thicker paper or labels require more heat to fuser the toner to the media.

Feb 11, 2011 | Ricoh Aficio CL7200DL Laser Printer

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I got a label stuck on the roller of my ibm wheelwriter 30. the only way to remove the label completely will be to remove the roller. How do I remove the roller or is there any easier way to remove my...


While I haven't seen your model of machine in many moons, the roller was generally not difficult to remove once the plastic housing was removed.
If it appears to be a bigger job than I recall, you could take 1/4 - 1/2 sheet of plain paper, saturate it (not dripping) with naphtha (lighter fluid) and feed it into the machine to cover the label. Allow some time to soak, feed the paper out and wipe the residue of adhesive with a clean lint free rag several times, wetting it if necessary with a few drops of naphtha to complete the removal.
You might feed several clean sheets of paper through before using to ensure no residue or fluid has stayed behind.

Aug 06, 2010 | IBM Wheelwriter 30 Typewriter

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Why dose printer eject blank labels after every print


If pressing the FEED key advances just one label at a time then the printer works ok by itself. The printer will only do what it's told to do so so if extra labels feed at the end of printing, then you have to look at the printer driver or the label format for something adding the extra labels.

Hope that helps

Jun 16, 2010 | Zebra 140XiIII Plus Thermal Label Printer

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How to print preprinted labels


Have to callibrate the printer.
With printer ready
press Pause once.
press Pause for 3 seconds until
- The labels are fed (let 3 labels go through)
the Choose detection preprinted lmabels in the driver
Or
a message Transmissive is displayed.
Release he pause button.
Press on the pause button to feed 2 or 3 labels
Then select transmissive preprinted in the driver.
Else
Restart to change from transmissive to reflective if you use black mark.
Press pause to feed 2 labels
Choose relective preprinted or reflective manual in the driver

May 19, 2010 | Toshiba TEC B-472 Thermal Label Printer

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WAX/RESIN NOT ADHERING TO HORTICULTURAL POT LABELS


the non adherance of the film to your labels can be due to:
- The film is not appropriate.
- the temperature of the transfer is not enough (Change the drkness settings in the driver).
- Almost all Tec printers use outside inking (have you check that?)

Mar 15, 2010 | Toshiba B-SA4TP Printer

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Toner Does Not Adhere to any Type of Labels


You need to specify that you are using labels in the printer properties, so the printer raises up the fuser temperature for printing on labels.

If you have the user guide, instructions are on page 28, chapter 5.

If not, here's how:

1. Open the straight-through output door.
2. Open tray 1 and adjust the media guides to the width of the media.
3. Load media in tray 1. Make sure that the top of the media is forward and the side to be printed on
(rough side) is facing up.
4. Open the printer Properties (or Printing Preferences in Windows 2000 and XP).
5. On the Paper/Quality tab or the Paper tab (the Paper Type/Quality tab for some Mac drivers),
choose the correct media type.

Feb 07, 2008 | HP LaserJet P2015dn Printer

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Empty light


The label sensor on the 3400 is in the hinged area where a metal plate swings down to make loading labels easier. The sensor can't be adjusted left or right like some other Intermec models, so it's critical that the labels be snug to the left side (as viewed from the front) so the sensor can read the leading and trailing edges of the labels.

There is a small "Guide" in the slot of the plate that should keep the labels in position. Use the thumbscrew beneath the plate to adjust the guide so that the labels are snug but you can still pull the labels without much effort (with the head open). This almost always fixes the problem. If the guide and tumbscrew are missing, look in the bottom of the printer for the pieces, including the washer.

Close the head, hit the Feed button a few times, and labels should feed consistantly (the feeds should probably move the label to the start of the printhead and then to the tear bar).
If the labels still don't feed, be aware that the same light is used to show that the ribbon is out. If you use direct thermal printing (without a ribbon), check the bottom switch on the back is set toward "DT" and then turn the printer off and on to read the switches.

Oct 29, 2007 | Intermec EasyCoder 3400 Thermal Label...

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