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Label size formatting I have 4 x 6 labels and each

Label size formatting I have 4 x 6 labels and each print advances ~ 2.5 inches after a succeful print and the printer goes to error.

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This can depend upon several things -
Does the printer feed the tickets through normally when pressing the feed button?
If it does not, I suggest the ticket has the length and width defined incorrectley.
The othe rissue maybe in the printer detecting the gap bewteen the tickets. To solve this issue , more information is necessary,
can you print a ticket to a file and post it?
Sorry I can`t be of more help

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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