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White space between labels

I have a 110xiIII plus label printer, it was printing fine yesterday and today there is white space between labels! i chacked the label size and setting. HELP!

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    I do have exactly same problem. Printer prints every second label, even I have set correct label size.

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OK, guys, I spent some time with this, and you have to do this:

If you use ZebraDesinger, go to File-Printer settings-Advanced Setup-Calibrate

The printer will need approx. 40cm of the paper (labels) to calibrate where is the begining.

After that it was working good.

Just make sure, you have input correct With and Heigh of the label.

How to do that?

-get into Label setup wizard
-choose the printer -> click on NEXT
-choose stock type and stock name (I have ALL and <NONE>) -> click on NEXT
-set Height (count with space between labels, so measure from the start of the label, till start of another and Width. -> click on NEXT
-set other settings -> click on NEXT
-set width and heigh (this time without space between labels)-> click on NEXT
-Finish

then calibrate the printer and enjoy your work.

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