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SOURCE: how do you save settings on monarch 9850

The short answer is that the printer automatically saves settings once you either exit the menu on the printer or after you have sent the changes through a datastream directly to the printer through a driver, 3rd party application, Monarch utility, etc.

If you're talking about the formats and batches that you send to the printer, and so that they stay in the printer, you can keep a format (layout and design of your label) to the printer by Changing a portion of the format header.

It should look like this if it is going to RAM

{F,1,A,R,E....

To change it to Flash

{F,1,A,F,E...

The R is ram, the F is flash.

Now you can send just your batch data, which is the dynamic data that typically changes on a label (name, address, part number, etc.)

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756 error 9855


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Printhead error #768


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The print head problem occurs if the drain tubes being clogged and is preventing the pump from sucking the ink out of the print-head. It could also happens if the ink lines allowing air into it.

There are few troubleshooting steps in trying to fix this issue. Click here for a detailed checkup.

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Im useing the monarch paxar 9800 and, I have an error code its 909 what can i do


A 909 error is a control board failure code.
Either the battery on the main control board needs to be replaced, or the whole board itself needs to be replaced.
You can't clear the error yourself...

Aug 30, 2010 | Paxar Monarch 9850 Thermal Printer

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I am using a Monarch 9850. We do not print much with it - maybe 10 or 15 thousand misc sizes labels a year. It does not print dark enough. I am printing black ribbon. I have changed ribbons three or four...


I would suggest an update on your printers firmware after which it will perform a calibration procedure. please check here for for further guide on update information

Apr 08, 2010 | Paxar Monarch 9850 Thermal Printer

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How do you save settings on monarch 9850


The short answer is that the printer automatically saves settings once you either exit the menu on the printer or after you have sent the changes through a datastream directly to the printer through a driver, 3rd party application, Monarch utility, etc.

If you're talking about the formats and batches that you send to the printer, and so that they stay in the printer, you can keep a format (layout and design of your label) to the printer by Changing a portion of the format header.

It should look like this if it is going to RAM

{F,1,A,R,E....

To change it to Flash

{F,1,A,F,E...

The R is ram, the F is flash.

Now you can send just your batch data, which is the dynamic data that typically changes on a label (name, address, part number, etc.)

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Problem to print label when Monarch is installed on network


101 : The format referenced by batch isn't in memory. (Try rebooting printer or closing/opening software)
005: Supply width is invalid. (Check your format data)

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How do you speed up the printing speed on a Paxar 9800/9850?


Press "escape"
Press Right arrow til display says "setup"
press "enter"
Display now says "supply"
press "enter"
right arrow til you see "speed"
press enter
adjust print speed IPS is "inches per second"
press enter after you change speed. hit escape key 3-4 times, then enter - you should see "print mode ready

If speed doesnt change it could be because the print speed is set by the software OR by the type of barcode you are printing. Serial barcodes default to 2.5 ips.

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How do you speed up he printing speed on a Paxar 9800/9850?


Are you printing a serial or parallel barcode? If you don't know, a serial barcode looks like a ladder as it prints out on the label. A parallel barcode looks like a picket fence. A serial barcode (ladder) prints at 2.5 ips by default. You can't increase the speed. If you're printing a parallel barcode (picket fence) you must hit "enter' once you adjust the speed setting in the printer menu. If you've done that and it still won't increase speed, then the speed is set by the software itself, and overrides any changes you make in the printer menu. The speed adjustment must then be made in the software, not the printer.

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Error 409 Memory full on Monarch 9850 printer


409 is a memory full error, so if you have reset the printer, then your memory should be "flushed". You may also have an incorrect flow control, so when you send too much data to the printer, you can get a 409.

Not knowing which your issue could be, try calling the company's support number 1-800-543-6650.

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Error code 754


It's very possible you are not installing the ribbon properly.
When loading a new ribbon on a Monarch printer, you must save the plastic ribbon core (it's butter yellow in color) from the previous roll of ribbon. The core is what the ribbon is wound up on.
Do not throw away this plastic core - you need it for the next roll of ribbon you load!
You have to move this now empty core from the back ribbon spindle and slide it on the front ribbon spindle. You then load the new ribbon on the back spindle and attach the ribbon end to the empty plastic ribbon core on the front spindle.
You CAN NOT just tape the ribbon to the front spindle. You must have an empty ribbon core to attach the new ribbon to. The printer will give a 754 error unless you have two plastic cores on the two spindles. It can also give a 754 error if the ribbon is not loaded properly, and also if you have a bad motherboard. There are no ribbon sensors, so that's never going to be a problem...

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