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I am trying print a bar code on a card and it leaves a blank line through it. I put text in the same area and that also will not print in that same area.

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You need a new printhead. They are warrantied for 2 years usually but only for manufacturing defects and electroninc failure. If there is damage like a scratch on the head you will get a line of missing print along the long dimension of the card.
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A new head will cost around £360 plus VAT fitted.

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Addionally the print head is about $600 to replace. you may find deals online, but there is not guarantee your getting a working one from ebay, and the wholesaler sites will give you poor support. Best bet is to pay full price from an authorized dealer. Plastic Card Systems has always been helpful. Additionally it is important that the card are removed from plastic and handled by the edges. never move cards in and out of the printer. Take them out, install them in the printer, and leave them there for safety. If a card falls on the floor throw it out, standard cards are only 10 cents each, one grain of sand on a 10 cent card, and you destroy a $600 dollar print head.

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