Question about Citizen CT-S300 Printer
Either you do not have the paper threaded correctly and it isn't passing in contact with the printhead or the paper roll is upside-down.
That printer uses a thermal printhead and the correct paper for it will be sensitive only on one side.
To check, take a length of that paper, place it on a hard surface and make a line while pressing with a finger nail. The correct side will show a blue or black trace where you did this.
The paper has microscopic bubbles on the printing surface that is sensitive to heat or pressure. Either will cause the bubbles to burst and release the ink trapped in them.
If you find no trace on either side, it isn't the correct paper for this printer.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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