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Dymo Labelwriter - Compatible Labels

Can you help please - I am looking for a Dymo Labelwriter printer - the Dymo labels for these printers are really expensive and so i want to be able to use compatible labels...can you tell me which are the latest machines available that I will be able to use compatible labels on?...the reason i ask is that I dont want to get the latest machine so I am forced to use only Dymo originals...can you help?
many thanks Nina

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Printer says its out of paper after replacing it I still get the same message

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All LabelValue.com compatible dymo labels will work with the latest Dymo printers. There is also a 20 instant rebate on the Labelwriter 400 Turbo when purchased from LabelValue.com between March 25th and March 27th 2008.

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Nina try www.labelvalue.com for Dymo labels and Dymo compatible labels. The shipping is also free.

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  • malliso Feb 22, 2008

    I should add the compatible labels work with all Dymo Labelwriter machines some of the larger labels do not work with the 320 300 models that are over 5 years old

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