Question about Zebra 105Se Thermal Printer
from time to time, one line of information is missing when printing a label.
Does anybody know the reason.
We see in the log files, that correct information has been sent to the printer.
Thanks for interest.
If you print too close to the top or bottom of the label, the printer might remove the whole line reather than print part of each character.
If the missing line is somewhere else, the printer might be using a "cached" image. If your software has a feature like "Clear Cache" or "Reimage Label", you could give that a try.
If this doesn't work, let me know the type of software you're using and I'll try again. :-)
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