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Zebra printer not printing the expected quantity of output.

Hi Unclejed,

Good Day.

I’ve been surfing a lot of printer forums in the net these days as I have a problem with my zebra printer. I am printing from SAP by means of the zebra printer. I have requested for 250 labels to be printed but only 83 prints came off to the printer. I had trouble shoot the printing program were using in SAP but I don’t see any problems in our program. So I am thinking that this might be a printing issue. But I don’t exactly know on how/what to fix in the printer. It was very frustrating as I can’t solve this issue.


Please let me know on what might cause this issue.

Thank you very much,
CHAD

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How are you connect (usb?) change to LPT port ou network. Possible the job go stuck on the quere.
what printer model? whath memory the printer have?
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