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SOURCE: Failed to print using Intermec Easycoder pc4 label printer

If you have another USB port asidefrom the oneyou are using now try to transfer your printer cable. Make sure your USB port is firmly connected to the motherboard. Follow the USB connectors and check if these are well fitted and not loose.Apply pressureon the endsto set the connectors.

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Dymo 320 thermal label printer:

Normal 0 Driver could be corrupt.
Disconnect the printer or at least be sure it is turned off. I'd do both and reinstall the CD software program that came with the printer. When the software program asks you to connect the printer to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Smart Label Printer 240

Check your labels. Are there black "sensor marks" on the back of each label? That's apparently how the printer lines itself up.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: My dymo label writer twin turbo stopped printing on left side!

There are a few common reasons this is problem can exist.

1.) the incorrect template is used when creating the label

2.) the labels are installed incorrectly - the labels must be loaded and pushed against the left side of the printer and lid closed when printing to ensure the labels don't "wander" out of the sensor's view.

3.) the label sensor is covered by some debris - sometimes a label jam can cause a piece of label to become stuck on the underside of the sensor thus blocking its view. 4.) the print head is covered by some debris - sometimes a label jam can cause a piece of label to become stuck on the underside of the sensor thus blocking its view.

5.) The labels are defective - if you have another roll of the same size, try it to see if it has the same issue. If not, make sure you purchase quality labels like Dymo name brand or Labelvalue brand Dymo labels.
6.) The printer is defective. Labelwriter 400s have a 2 year warranty, so you can contact Dymo customer support to determine if the printer is defective and return to the retailer you purchased it from.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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SOURCE: Printer is only printing on every other label.

I had a Zebra 90xill that started printing every other label even after full calibration of media and ribbon. Cleaened sensors to no avail. Set factory reset - No Change

If this occurs it is a sensor problem. I replaced the top sensor - It now works perfectly

Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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Unfortunately, this is usually an indication that the label roll in the printer are too old. This action is by design, compatible labels should have a black rectangle on the reverse side and the Smart Label printer uses the black rectangle to orient the label. This means your Smart Label doesn't think its wasting labels, it's just trying to run through what it considers to be unsuitable labels as fast as it can. If you're only printing one label at a time you can recover some labels by correctly the label's line up after each label you print but there's nothing you can do so that your printer will properly advance its current labels.

Remove the current roll, open a new boxed label roll, remove a sealed roll, cut open the sealed plastic, remove fresh label roll and load it in your Label Printer. Power the label printer back on and press the label advance button, it should correctly line up.

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I think you're out of luck. The latest driver I could find is 6.9.0.385, you can find it at the site below:
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This is a third party site, Seiko has removed all legacy support from their site. It was really only written for Windows Vista but people found it would work for Windows 7. Given the major structural changes in Windows 8.1 I don't think the legacy software will run in a Windows 8.1 environment

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If you mean Dymo labels and if the Dymo labels have a black rectangle on the reverse and if the labels aren't to wide, then the labels should work. You may run into problems with the Label printer advancing too far after printing; unfortunately, you will have to manually re-align the label after printing

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Hi,
Smart label drivers (and every other driver related problem) can be easily found here: Driver Update
have a nice day
Dennis

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You need to run the Wasp software under an Administrative account or Right click the program Icon and select run as administrator (only need to do this 1 time, not over and over again). Once the program loads, set the label printer again by clicking file at the top left and selecting Setup Label Printer. Select your label printer. Now try printing the labels again.

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Hi there I just got a new computer and try to copy the old smart label printer over, but when I try to print the label out, I got a message says.." SLP print manager can not start" What I...


when you say uyou copied the old printer over I assume you actually reinstalled the Printing Application from scratch?
You cannot just copy the seiko directry over, t doesnt load the .dll files

reinstall the application
biffo

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How do I set the printing preference for my smart label printer 240--I have windows xp


Go to the Start, Settings, Printers. Select your printer, the set it as your default printer.

You can also get to the printer by way of the Control Panel.

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Start with unplugging it and rebooting pc to see if it will reset itself

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