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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Zebra 105se blank labels problem
I would say the roller isn't the problem. I had the same problem on many Zebra printers, but often the calibration helped. Then it could do, when printing
task label is for larger/longer than the label size is set in the printer system
(conflict of software with printer settings after calibration). It could be set too down to bottom in Y axis. Or
it could be in the software settings - as action after print - not sure.
Try to open the printer queue while the label is printed and check if the label has proper number of pages or there's 1 page more. If it is the right number - then the problem is on printer side (recalibrate, reflash it). If the number is about 1 higher, the problem is with settings of the label size (barcode software, printer settings) or action after print on PC side.
Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: Label Printing
I had the same issue when using Avery labels, here's what resolved it for me.
Go to Control Panel, Printers, go to the active default, right mouse click, click Printing Prefrences..., change the drop down "Type is:" to 'Other Photo Paper" and apply.
You should then be good to go!
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
If it's the same as my Hl-5250DN, you have to use MP Tray mode. The MP (multi-purpose) tray is cleverly hidden on the front of my printer.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Check the tension on the Ribbon Take-up Spindle there is a nut on it that sometimes can loosen or tighten its self and will throw off the lables. Its a nut that has a of couple Hex nuts on the corner, screw the nut to about the 3rd thread from the top of the bolt facing you then tighten the hex nuts on the corners of the nut. Then try printing the labels make sure the media guide also is set to the lable size that is installed.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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