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The label prniting is not work properly, print two

The maquine label is printing not work properly, Descripance: the maquine print two label good and the next label is moved my data barcode on the half on the next label! what you recomended?

Can I calibrate manualy this machine or have other form to calibrated?


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Frank

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You can calibrate from printer driver .Go to printing preference select advanced setup and select Calibrate
Or you can calibrate from printer.go to menu in the printer and select media and ribbon calibration it will calibrate ribbon and label

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