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I have a Zebra 105-SL and it seems not to recognize the distance between stickers since it prints a couple and then jumps a couple more.

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Sounds like the white platen roller under the printhead needs to be cleaned or the printer needs to be calibrated.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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Can we make 300 dpi Zebra 105 SL printer to print on label expecting 203 DPI, Any configuration setting?


Krishan, sorry there are no settings that will allow you to do this on the 105SL. If the printer code expecting a 203 DPI printhead and you have a 300 DPI Printer then your label will print out much smaller then normal.

If you are printing labels with a label printing package (such as Seagull Bartender for Windows) then all you need to do is to install the proper printer driver. If you have your printer attached to a system that is sending "straight" ZPL (Zebra Printing Language Code) then your out of luck.

Hope this helps

Mikeo@acebarcode.com

Feb 28, 2011 | Zebra 105SL Thermal Label Printer

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I have a Zebra 105 SL, I have the ribbon installed but the printer tells me that the ribbon is out. I've tried changing the ribbon and labels out but as soon as I power it back up and try printing again...


Calibrate the printer from the setup menu.

You'll (1) Load the label backing with the ribbon (2) remove the ribbon - just shove it to the right, out of the way of the ribbon sensor (3) reload the label and ribbon.

The printer will run a number of labels out.

Feb 16, 2011 | Zebra 105SL Thermal Label Printer

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Unable to print Zebra labels on a Zebra 105 SL printer. Sending the label from an I-Series computer through the EntendNet 100x print server to the Zebra printer. Does ExtendNet 100x support Zebra ZPL2...


A print server should just be a 'through-put' device, and the codes should go fine. ZPL-ZPL2 codes are subequently sent as comms to the printer port. Are you using seria; or parallel input to printer?
Yo can capture the codes to a file, and review if they are correct. The file would have to be viewed in a hex editor.(write to a file through the driver)
I routinely use different mfg. of print servers for thispurpose if the printer does not have an internal ethernet port. The only problem I have run into is a problem in network where a slow download is enountered.

Feb 11, 2011 | Troy ExtendNet 100x Print Server

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Our company has several Zebra printers that print out barcodes that are scanned using handheld scanners for many things including inventory management. The labels that come from ONE of these Zebras...


Power off printer. Press and hold pause button while power on. This will print dark black line across the entire label. Check for white vertical lines. If you see any in the area of the label where you are experiencing a problem then the printhead should be replaced. Power off and on to exit diagnostics.

Jun 25, 2010 | Zebra 105SL Thermal Label Printer

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We have one zebra printer, Model 105-SL , its not


You can try to factory default by turning the printer off, hold down the pause and the feed buttons. While holding pause and feed down turn on the printer and count to 5 and then release the 2 buttons and the printer will return to factory setting. Typicaly when all the lights stay lit its do to the logic board being bad but sometimes you can get lucky with the default.

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My Zebra 105SE is printing fine on the left


I think the 105 has an adjustment on the printhead. There are left and right hand adjusters just above the printhead. It sounds as if the right hand one does not have enough pressure on it, try increasing the RH one and see the effect on the print.

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Jun 26, 2009 | Zebra 105Se Thermal Printer

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Printing mixup


Your problem is a computer configuration issue, not a printer problem.

Without knowing any details of your system configuration, it is impossible to offer and further advice.

Steve W
LazerTek, LLC

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Zebra 105 SE Printing Blank Labels


You need the correct driver for the 105Se. The 300 dpi SL driver is not compatible.

Unfortunately, Zebra does not make it's older drivers available online. You will need to locacte someone with the correct driver for whichever version of Windows you are using.

Steve

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