I have 2 identical label printers. They have been working fine until a couple of days ago. There are 3 lables that print for pharmacy..... on one printer, they print in order (ie: label 1, label 2, label 3) and on the other printer, they just started printing (label 3, label 2, label 1). All the data is correct, it's just the order of what is printing. Any suggestions?
I work from home and use to do all my own label printing. I would have to admit that I was not really quite the big fan of these printers as my printer was so temperamental and my labels never came out the printer looking professional enough. Becoming fed up of the endless battles with the printer finally decided to look for another solution into getting my labels printed. I found a company called <a rel='nofollow' href="http://www.selfadhesivelabels.com/">Mercian Labels</a> who specialises in <a rel='nofollow' href="http://www.selfadhesivelabels.com/label-printing.html">label printing</a>, they now print all my labels for me at such a slow cost and are so efficient I would never go back to printing my own labels.
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Go to the Argox web site does your model printer do labels? check the media spec's. Are using the correct setting in the print driver? Check the printer setting on the machine. web site mite have a work around also might go to web site down load up grade driver to allow ding lables
If you mean Dymo labels and if the Dymo labels have a black rectangle on the reverse and if the labels aren't to wide, then the labels should work. You may run into problems with the Label printer advancing too far after printing; unfortunately, you will have to manually re-align the label after printing
Lables are slick some time the feed rollers will slide on them. Try to find lables that are course with no shine on them . The rubber that the tires are made of is of poor quality. Just dont have the grip . Hope this helps
i will suggest that maybe a drive belt inside your printer has come off a pulley. remove the power cord, remove cover and take a look inside. you can probably get a diagram from toshibas website. and more troubleshooting information too...good luck
Sounds like you may have taken out more than the fuse. In case there is still life the next thing to try is a printer reset
1) Turn printer off. 2) Hold down feed button whilst turning printer on. 3) Let go of the feed button as soon as it starts to flash and then wait. 4) Printer will measure out 4 labels then print out a Hex dump ending with a not to "Push Feed to Exit" 5) Push feed
Follow the above instructions, if you mess around tapping the feed button (not following the above) you can change the printer between line mode and page mode. To swap that back is another storey. David
Check the tension on the Ribbon Take-up Spindle there is a nut on it that sometimes can loosen or tighten its self and will throw off the lables. Its a nut that has a of couple Hex nuts on the corner, screw the nut to about the 3rd thread from the top of the bolt facing you then tighten the hex nuts on the corners of the nut. Then try printing the labels make sure the media guide also is set to the lable size that is installed.
Turn the Printer off and turn it back on. See if it skips a couple of labels. If it does not the printer needs to be calibrated. Press the Setup/Exit Key and the press the Next Key until you see Media Power UP: IT should say Calibration if it don't then use the arrow keys to get to Calibrate press the Next key again and you will see Head Close select Calibration using the same method mentioned above. After that Press the Setup/Exit Key and Save Changes Permanent. Turn the printer off and on again and the first 2 labels should skip while the printer aligns the media. Test Print and see if that fixes the problem. Good Luck
if they are diferent resolutions, ex. you change from 200 dpi to 300 dpi, you need to change something inside the printer like the gears (just reversing the platten roller gear and the the withe gera on the motor) and you are printing on 300 dpi with very small fontes.