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Re: Dymo LetraTag 2000 hand held printer
This Unit does NOT take ink. That is one of it's "benefits." Since it uses heat transfer, im thinking it either needs new batteries, or it's heat device has been expended. This is a cheap little maker, so it isnt made to handle the abuse of an office: it's meant for a label from week to week. If you went on a label spree all over the house, you killed it.
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Your cassette tape has probably become unthread. Take the cassette out of your handheld printer. Make sure that the tape is fed under both claws on each side of the tape. If the tape is only under one claw, your label will not be flat and will only print the bottom half of the letter on your label.
The Dymo label printer capable of printing iron on tape is the Dymo Letratag. There are a couple of model printers Dymo Letratag - handheld model Dymo Letratag - desktop model with qwerty keyboard and the Dymo 18771 Letratag iron on tape is the tape cartridge available.