Question about Datamax DMX E4203 Printer
Just got this Datamax E-4203 and attempted to print. It did not print but the label did come out a bit at each attempt. Everything is installed correctly as far as I know. When I went to print a test page I was successful. Does anyone know what the issue could be?
We are currently using a specific program with this printer.
Ended up being the heating settings - they were to low, so when I hit print...it would spit out a label but nothing would be on it.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to see that the label sensor is over the gap in the label. It is just under the head on the right hand side.
You might also have the unit configured incorectly. If you go to the Datamax site, you can download the printer config program, It is easier to use than trying to push the buttons in the correct order to configure the printer.
Also use at least a 6" long label, and print the config file to see if you are set correctly for gap mode if using die cut stock.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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