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Dymo 400 Turbo - when I use labels that aren't dymo brand it gives me "out of paper" message

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Make sure these are direct thermal labels. You can test by scratching it should leave a black mark. Also you need the "timing hole" in between labels. Load the spool tightly closed with the bal material flush on the left side. We specialize in labels for Dymo printers if you have any questions call our support at 1.800.750.7764

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Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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