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How do I align my Citizen CLP 7202e Lable printer print head to align with the lables? Currently it starts printing low on the lable and thus the last 1-2 lines print over onto the next lable


Adjust vertical offset in printer properties. If that doesn't fix it, adjust it under "advanced". Or... you can set the offset in the printer itself. Hold down the left two buttons at the same time. Cycle through the settings until you get to vertical offset.

Apr 19, 2015 | Citizen CLP-7202e Thermal Printer

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LABEL NOT PRINTING CLEARLY


On the right hand side of the print head is a blue thumb wheel. ensure this is set position 9, this will give you full width print. This adjustment is for setting narrow width labels.

Jan 24, 2013 | Citizen CLP-621 Label Printer

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When I try printing, the label sheet comes out without being printed then stops and the "condition/error" lights blink.


First you need to check the blink rate:
If fast this denotes a ribbon error - check ribbon is installed correctly.
If slow this denotes a label sense error - check the sensors are clean and are correctly aligned.

Aug 29, 2011 | Citizen CLP-621 Label Printer

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When trying to print and condiition and error lights keep coming on. also when pressing feed it feeds through more than one label and then shows the condition and error lights.


Most common cause for this is sensors not positioned correctly. Make sure that the white arrow on the top sensor is aligned with the bottom sensor. See you user manual.

Also check that the senor used is the correct one for the maedia (i.e. black mark or transmissive).

Jul 11, 2011 | Citizen CLP-521 Thermal Label Printer

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I am a Reseller and one of my client is having Citizen CLP-7202e. due to the faulty print head we have tried to change the print head and after changing a new print head, printer is not printing...


I have used this type of printer before. Long ago when it was called the C-ITOH. However, never had to change the print head before. I would imagine that if you did - all the adjustments would need changing. Bad Gap would skip labels and bad pressure would make them too light or too dark. If there are any vertical lines (even faint) the print head is damaged. Also, these things are very specific as to media vs ink roller. You cannot use a paper ink roller with mylar labels. Vise versa works but those rolls are more expensive. I am sure you have tested this already but you point pretty exclusively to the "new" print head with your testing. Sounds like you have answered your own question. I would do some continuity tests on the head to see if it carries any current at all. Good Luck!

Jun 14, 2011 | Citizen CLP-7202e Thermal Printer

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Printing problem


Problem has been solved, thankyou,
Printer was unistalled and then re-installed.

Jul 22, 2009 | Citizen CLP-521 Thermal Label Printer

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Paper Cutter Error - Guiliteen isnt sliding across the  rail it runs on properly  try lubing rail that cutter runs on with a LITTLE light oil , near front paper exit area

Oct 19, 2007 | Citizen CLP-7201E Thermal Label Printer

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