Question about TallyGenicom 6306 Matrix Printer
I am trying to get our Tallygenicom 6306 matrix printer to print barcodes containing the invoice number on our invoices, but it only prints the invoice number where the barcode should be.
I am trying to create a code 3of 9 barcode using this hex code 1B10410802000006010101001B104208
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: zebra lp 2844 thermal printer
It sounds like it needs to be re gapped. Try this:
1. Make sure that printer power is off.
2. Press and hold the feed button.
3. Turn printer power on.
4. When the status light blinks, release
the feed button.
5. The printer advances the media to
measure and verify the length of
individual labels or tags. The printer
then prints a status summary and
remains in diagnostic dump mode.
6. To begin normal operation, tap the
feed button. The printer prints "out of
DUMP" and advances a label.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
SOURCE: HUMMER VOLTAGE ERROR
There are two different Hammer Voltage errors on the 6306; Hammer Voltage 1 and Hammer Voltage 2.
Hammer Voltage 1:
One of the hammer drive circuits was turned on when it shouldn’t have been, so all printing has been disabled. The usual cause is a failed drive transistor.
Solution: Replace the Controller Board.
Hammer Voltage 2:
A high resistance coil fault has likely occurred in one or more of the hammer coils. Note: this fault message will have been preceded by printing slow-down attempts associated with On-The-Fly thermal monitoring of hammer bank temperature.
Check the hammer bank for defective coils.
Replace the Controller Board
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: Gaps in barcode with Zebra S4M
The gaps run in the direction of the label feed? You have a bad printhead. Bad dots on the printhead prevent it from printing your format in the areas that you see the blank lines.
There is no easy fix other than replacing the printhead. You can prevent (or actually prolong the time between failures) in the future by periodically cleaning your printhead. It's recommended that you clean the printhead after every roll of labels. The printhead is underneath the hinged assembly. Over time, ribbon or adhesive from the labels builds up and causes dots to go bad - creating the blank lines you see. Clean your new printhead with rubbing alcohol.
Posted on May 17, 2010
Try to adjust the "Bar" setting in the Graphics menu. Here you can specify the density of the barcode. I have seen the best results using the Medium setting.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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