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Have to callibrate the printer.
With printer ready
press Pause once.
press Pause for 3 seconds until
- The labels are fed (let 3 labels go through)
the Choose detection preprinted lmabels in the driver
Or
a message Transmissive is displayed.
Release he pause button.
Press on the pause button to feed 2 or 3 labels
Then select transmissive preprinted in the driver.
Else
Restart to change from transmissive to reflective if you use black mark.
Press pause to feed 2 labels
Choose relective preprinted or reflective manual in the driver

Posted on Aug 05, 2011

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