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Adjust vertical offset in printer properties. If that doesn't fix it, adjust it under "advanced". Or... you can set the offset in the printer itself. Hold down the left two buttons at the same time. Cycle through the settings until you get to vertical offset.
Please verify the following:
- Driver: If you are using the standard printer driver, maybe you want to try another driver(Download an excellent driver at www.nicelabel.cl, searching by your brand and model name).
When installed, you should go to advanced settings and use the callibrate options.
- Software: Maybe your software has a configuration and the driver has another, set the same length for both and verify if the problem persists.
- Sensor: If the sensor has an issue, then you should try contacting a local reseller or partner for zebra. If that's the case, you probably will have to repair the printer($) or definitively replace it for another($$). Since it's a desktop printer, check your warranty first and maybe you are covered.
you need to calibrate. hold the feed button down intill it flashes 4 times in a row and the quickly let go. it will feed some labels to calibrate and should stop at the tear off. you also have to set label size in the driver to keep from losing calibration.
My dell photo aio 922 says there a communication problem and i try to print i do everything it tells me to do for exaple recconect the usb restart computer and try and take the printer plug out but still i am haveing the same problem
The MPF is simply the "Manual Paper Feed".
Your printer is set by default that the MPF paper type is "plain paper". Since you are telling the printer that you are trying to print lables, the printer is simply telling you that you need to load the MPF with lables.
If you say "ok", the printer sould continue and print the lables.
If you only print lables, the you can change the default paper for the MPF tray to "lables", and then you will no longer be prompted to load the tray.
May be your problems can be solved doing a calibration. To do this, turn off the printer, press the feed key and turn on the printer. When the led flashes in red quickly release the feed key, the printer will start to calibrate and after the calibration will feed one label.