Sending Reverse Line feed to Epson LX-300+II USB printer
Hi, I am in development of a bill printing system using C#.NET, for this i am using a continuous paper. Once the bill is printed then i need to advance the paper to tear it off. So obviously i need to reverse the paper for the next print. I am using Epson dot matrix printer connected via USB, the model number for the printer i use is LX-300+II. And my problem is reversing the paper. I request you to help me to solve this issue.
Re: Sending Reverse Line feed to Epson LX-300+II USB...
The ESC sequence command for reverse line feed for DMP is as follows chr(27)+chr(106)+chr(n) ie. ESC j n where n is n/216 of an inch. It worked well in my Panasonic KXP-1694, given as a text input found this on http://www.lprng.com/DISTRIB/RESOURCES/PPD/epson.htm
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You probably have a conflict between the paper size the machine knows is loaded and the document size being specified for printing on. Your Airbook is probably trying to send a document on a paper size the printer doesn't have. Net result is a document stored in the print queue that stops anything else being printed. Go full system reboot and clear out any and all waiting documents before trying again.
In your printer model duplex printing is not supported. But it can be achieved using the manual duplex printing option. In the printer properties select the type of duplex printing you want to take and click on print. Once the printing got over on one side of the papers, then you will be prompted to turn the whole printed paper bundle and keep in the tray again and continue the printing. Now by this way duplex printing is done in your printer model.
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Instead of restarting, try this: 1. Start 2. Run 3. Type this in the box: services.msc 4. Hit ENTER 5. Scroll down to PRINT SPOOLER 6. Right-click on it and choose RESTART
this will clear out your print queue without having to restart. Good luck!!
Hi this is the more effective way to refresh the print queue.
Manually Stop and Restart the Spooler Service
1.Click Start, click Run, type command, and then click OK to display the command.com window. 2.Type net stop spooler, then press . 3.Type sc config spooler depend= RPCSS start= Auto, then press . The spaces between = and RPCSS and = and Auto are important. Without these spaces, the command fails. Type net start spooler, then press
we need to restart the print spoolers to fix this,
click on start> Run> Type in services.msc. A window will appear with the list of services, there u will find Printer Spooler> Do a Right click on that and Restart it. Do the same thing 2-3 times and then give the command to print multiple documents, to check if the problem is fixed or not. Please let me know the same.
you might not like it, but here it is, it is the truth
Epson ink jet printers require all of the ink cartridges to have ink in them in order to print any color, black and white, or grayscale images. Epson printers contain a permanent print head that needs to be charged with all colors to work. Even when users are printing black text only, a small amount of color ink is used to keep the print head charged for color printing and prevent air bubbles from entering the color print nozzles which can damage the print head. Therefore, once one of the cartridges are expended, the printer signals you to replace the cartridge in order for printing to continue.
NOTE: The problem occurs because of the trickle development system in the machine, making extended lengths of black and white copies / prints does not allow the black developer housing to purge itself of excess waste Toner (Dry Ink) and Developer. There are two solutions for the problem:
Make 1,000 copies / prints of a black and white job, then make 150 copies / prints of full color. Continue making 1,000 copies / prints of the black and white job, then 150 full color, and so on, until the entire black and white job is complete.
Make extended jobs in groups of 100 by making 100 copies / prints of the black and white job, then allowing the machine to cycle down (return to 'Ready') and making the next 100 copies / prints. Continue in this pattern until the entire black and white job is complete.
NOTE: The above solutions are based on jobs using 8.5 x 11 inch paper, single sided, with no more than 28% coverage.