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The status light on your Zebra desktop printer is located around the edge of the feed button and indicates the health of the printer.

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This guide will help you get to grips with printer calibration used to obtain consistent positioning of the label and the print. Calibration will also help to alleviate these issues: Print position is drifting up and down; Print is drifting side to side; Labels stopping in random locations; Prints, then skips a label

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So you are printing your labels but you’re not happy with the quality of print you are getting, it is faded, poor or uneven across the label. There are a few options that you can try that will solve most print quality problems.

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The main reason for getting a blank line or lines appearing down the print of your label is that you have a pixel down on your print head.

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Easy step by step guide to setting up a label using Zebra designer

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Page mode uses EPL2 commands, you will require page mode if you want to print your labels through a Windows driver, or Windows software such as Zebra Designer.

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Primera colour label printers are indeed compatible with Windows 7, however updated drivers and software may need to be downloaded.

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Pigment ink is made up of solid, opaque particles that sit on top of the paper, dye ink is absorbed into a paper’s fibres.

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Who are TSC?

June 22, 2010

TSC make printers that are as good or even better than the leading brand, but with a much more attractive price tag.

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The ultimate setup guide for your Zebra desktop printer and Windows XP operating system. From getting your printer out of the box to printing your first label, this can be completed in 5 easy to follow steps.

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