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The CL408e printer delivers performance at an affordable price! The CL408e is an advanced performance, high value printer that is truly a SATO through and through. The CL408e features a 32-bit, high speed RISC processor for maximum performance. It also includes the exclusive SATO printhead control feature, which constantly monitors printhead conditions and automatically adjust print energy for optimum and consistent print quality. The CL408e prints labels up to 4.1" wide at 203 dpi all at speeds of up 6 ips
Turn on printer whilst holding down line key untill printer beeps.
Use feed key to step to Gap in display.
Load label plus backing under sensor and not volts reading.
remove labels and place backing only under sensor and note volts reading.
use following formula
High reading + Low reading / 0.5 = Value to use
e.g 2.8 + 1.4 / 0.5 = 2.1.
use result to change value of input using line key once set press feed key to set.
To change label start position use the pitch menu.
It could be a print ehad problem, or an out of alignment condition between the platen and the head.
YOu can use a test mode to print a factory test print, that will put the print across the label. Settings and a barcode for alignment will be pirnted.
If you are using less than full width stock, only print 5 or less labels as the head will try to print across the full width, and if no label present, may harm printhead.
there are adjustments on the outside(right) of the platen support bearing that you can loosen the screw, and cam adjustment, to level the head across the platen.
Using direct thermal labels it can dirt the printhead and platen roller, you must clean them with isopropyl alcohol and a flannel. Also adjust the darkness to less value to best print. Roberto Martinez