My incredibly outdated printer, the Z4000, won't print off Military Shipping Labels, however, given the same data, it will print Equipment Labels. I don't understand, due to the fact that the last time I had to use the printer it worked just fine, Military Shipping Labels and all. Can anyone help me out?
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Re: Military Shipping Labels
If your not getting an error message I would suspect that the margins have somehow been set beyond the printable area. I don't know what the width on a "Military Shipping Label" is but I've had issues with Zebra label printers printing on the very edges of the labels.
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Unfortunately, the guide under the ribbon spindle is the only real solution to this problem. I have the manual, but it's practically useless, and wouldn't have been able to help you regardless of how well it was put together. Try glueing a plastic or metal piece on the guide to make it taller, and make sure the guide is flipped up to keep the labels in.
go to your printer folder, right click on the z4000 printer, go to properties, tools, and actions. Then reset the printer to factory defaults. Do this right as it starts up. This might fix your problem.