Question about Dymo LetraTAG Thermal Label Printer
When I type something, the first four letters show on screen but the next two don't... eg LETR AG But then they show up again. Print out is no problem but I can't see everything on screen.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This Unit does NOT take ink. That is one of it's "benefits." Since it uses heat transfer, im thinking it either needs new batteries, or it's heat device has been expended. This is a cheap little maker, so it isnt made to handle the abuse of an office: it's meant for a label from week to week. If you went on a label spree all over the house, you killed it. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 26, 2007
SOURCE: won't print
Here is the Dymo site for this issue:
Type "light print" into the search box and the first result is the link you are looking for.
Here is the text of the link:
Poor Print Quality from Electronic Labelmaker Question I have an electronic labelmaker that is printing poorly. The print on the label is either very light, incomplete, or striped. How can I resolve this?
Answer Proceed with the solutions listed below if you have an electronic labelmaker. If you have a LabelWriter printer that is printing poorly, click here.
Replace the existing batteries with a new/fresh set of alkaline batteries. The print head requires a significant amount of battery power to ensure proper printing on the label. Light print on the label may be an indication that the batteries need to be replaced.
Replace the existing tape cassette with a new tape cassette. Light printing may be an indication of bad label stock.
Using the special brush supplied with your labelmaker (located on the inside cover of the cassette compartment) or a cotton swab with a soft solvent (e.g. rubbing alcohol), carefully clean the transporter roller and print head. Dust, dirt, or glue may accumulate on the rubber transport roller or print head inside the cassette compartment and adversely affect print quality.
If the solutions listed above do not resolve the problem, please contact DYMO Technical Support to obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) Number.
Obtaining a Return Material Authorization (RMA) Number:
-hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2008
Here is the link to your users manual, which will help explain other functions you may find useful.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
It is a thermal printer and thus does not use ink.
The most likely cause of poor print quality is low batteries. Replace your batteries or plug in the power adapter.
If this does not help check that the label cassette is in place correctly and that the print head is clean. You could also try a new label cassette.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
SOURCE: dymo letratag 2000
Dymo don't do spare parts for their machines - because most of them are so cheap now that it's much cheaper to buy a new one than it is to repair them.
This is especially so for the LetraTAG machines which are the cheapest in the Dymo label maker range.
For that price it's a no-brainer - if the display is unreadable just buy a new one!
Posted on May 23, 2010
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