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Firstly with the printer turned on, press and hold the feed switch until the light flashes 4 times. Release the button when you see the 4 flashes and the printer will reset to factory defaults and calibrate. If this doesn't work you will have a Gap/Blackline sensor failed, this will need to be replaced.

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