When I use continuous paper with the push tractor, paper should advance the paper perforation to the tear-off position where I can easily tear off the printed page. When the printer receivesdata, it should automatically reverses the paper to the top-of-formposition and starts printing only the data given for print and paper should stop at end of the print.
you have to get the exact page size of your continuous paper. then you go to start -> printer and faxis -> then go to file -> and server properties.then create one paper which is exact sixe of your paper. Then go to printer preferances and select that paper.
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I can't give the exact solution for this printer, however, I use the Epson POS thermal printer and here was our solution. In Windows 7 go to Devices and Printers. Click on Printer Properties. Then see if you see a tab that says Document Settings. Under that setting click on Paper Source. You should now see several options; I have mine set on Document(Feed, No Cut). There are other options but we prefer to tear ours off. You can chose Document(Feed, Cut) and it should advance then cut the paper for you.
Pitch is the size of the caharacters or the letters.Tear off is where the paper gets torn off by the perferation.It is used to push the paper up or down after printing to a position where the tear off guide meets the perforation.
Follow these steps to clear paper jam:
1. Turn off the printer. The printer is off when powerswitch is pressed down.
2. Open the front cover or top cover, depending on thetractor you are using.
3. Tear off the fresh supply at the perforation.
4. Gently pull the paper out of the printer. Remove anyremaining pieces of paper.
Hope this will help you.
Look for a latch on the right side tractor drive. This will unlock it so you can slide it sideways on its rail. Set it approximately where it should be, load the paper, then adjust it so you have a slight amount of tension across the paper. I think the rest is software.
Most of these older printers use a special key to enter setup...usually upon power-up. Have paper inserted, because that is where it prints it's configuration. * It will probably use some of the feature buttons to change the paper size and tear-off options. Sorry I can't help with a manual, but I hope this helps. * B)
I first oiled the bar once more and while the printer was off, moved the head across the bar forcefully several times until it felt the ease to move. I then typed a document with numbers 1 to 10 each number typed two lines below the other and tried printing this document several times. This worked perfectly and the printer is now in order.
Try this to have the printer auto-sense the size of the labels: 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.