I print over 500 labels a week on a tractor feed, and every 12th label is missing. I have to reprint them manually one by one. Any ideas on what the problem could be? I tried going into the default-setting mode, the printer beeps once, the lights blink, but it does not print a message with a prompt.
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Re: printer dropping every 12th label
Probably not the printer but the print spooler in the computer has not the capacity for more then twelve and has to 'reload'
Get the computer RAMemory checked or increase the size of virtual memory
Anoth solut and not difficult to organize is to print the lables in batched of then
So you will have[for 500]50 pages to load print ten load a page etc.,
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If you got a blank shipping label, kindly double check first the ink of your printer. Then you can go ahead and reprint the shipping label. Please follow these steps :to reprint your label:
1. Log in to PayPal at: https://www.paypal.com/. 2. Click the "History" link. 3. Find the transaction you want to print the label for. 4. Click the "Details" link for that item. 5. Click the "Reprint Label" link at the bottom of the page.
Let the printer calibrates itself or have a manual calibration in the printer setup. You can also press the keys FEED, PAUSE and CANCEL, turn on the printer and release the keys when feeding the labels. Roberto Martinez
you firmware is right one for that printer because in most of cases it happens due to wrong firmware and bad ADF kits. so check your ADF kids and if you find them fine the install updated firmware on in.
And put job seperator option always as disabled
once you done with these all then turn your printer off and turn it back on.
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I found out that each time you print from the manual load tray, i.e. letters and labels, once you have the paper in the manual load tray press print and then press the demo button to start the manual feed. I hope this helps.
The first thing I would do is to default the printer then run a width calibration. The instruction are in the user's manual that should have come with the printer. If the instruction did not come with the printer I can provide the instruction.
Antztech, if the red light is coming on and staying on, it might be a sensor problem. Try pushing on the lid and see if the light goes to green. If it does, it' s the gap sensor. This is how the printer "reads" the labels gaps-the little spaces between the labels. We've solve this in the short term by covering the sensor and manually setting the gap through the programming command prompt,