Question about Datamax M-Class Thermal Printer
Someone already checked it, he told me that a nicve clean up would help it. I've done it and the problem came back fews days later.
Hold in the Feed button for 4-5 seconds, which causes the printer to attempt to "Auto-calibrate." If that doesn't solve it, then slide out the Media Sensor (green plastic bar that sticks out over the labels) about 1 inch from all the way in ("in" = left if looking from front). Then press Feed to clear errors. If still get same error, then look for piece of label or ribbon stuck in that error - ok to blow out with canned air. Then try holding in Feed again for 4-5 seconds to Auto-calibrate again.
Posted on Apr 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: we removed a stuck on
I haven't seen one of these for years. However I really need more detail. In what direction is the print missing? across or down the label?
If across it most likely a dirty printhead
If down the label it could be a portion of label still stuck to the sensor.
Can you describe where the label stuck?
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
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