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I am getting a red light and not able to print. Printing two labels Seems to be skipping a label after printing. Advancing blank label after printing a label Not printing any more after the first print. Here are the three Media Types, defined How to properly adjust the LSS for the printable stock How to calibrate the printer to its media How to print a Test Label set from the printer, itself: a Test Label set comes out at the end of the Calibration process NOTE: depending on the label or tag length, information may be printed across multiple labels and across label gaps.
Also, depending on label or tag width, information may print off the edge of the label or tag. If there are issues with either Test Label - there than printing across gaps or overprinting the label or tag edges - call Honeywell Product Support for assistance. This will give it a good chance to pull a DHCP Automatic IP address on startup, which will then print off when the Test Label Set prints out, at the end of the manual media calibration.
For Gap Label stock which consists of multiple sub-labels - rather than a single label - this can get even more complicated. The printer will feed several labels and will then stop. If this is not the case, the Factory Default the printer and attempt a Quick Calibration once more. The printer is now physically ready to work. File 1.
E Class Mark III Basic / Advanced - Red blinking fault light
How to manually calibrate stock on the Datamax E-Class Mark III (Non-Display) printer