Datamax-O’Neil Mark III: How to Install Label Media (Fan-Fold Option)

by ScanSource Technical Services on August 1, 2011

in Barcode Printing,ScanSource POS & Barcode,Technical Knowledge Portal,Technology

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Load media as follows:

  1. Slide the Media Guides outward.
  2. Slide the Media Hangers outward and install the two Media Chute Guides into the Media Hangers.

  1. Position the Media Hangers to match the width of the media being used. Slide the Hanger Lock against the Media Hanger to hold this position.

  1. Route the media through the External Media Slot in the rear of the printer. Pull out enough media to exit the front of the printer. Adjust the Media Guides so they are lightly touching the edge of the media.

    1. If using Thermal Transfer media (ribbon) install it now. Otherwise close the printer’s Cover and press downward until latched.
    2. Press the button several times to advance the media.(if the Fault Light is lit, see the TKP on LED Indicators and Multi-Function Buttons)

Instructions also available for download.

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