Using Peel Mode
Using Peel Mode
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Using Peel Mode

  1. Insert media into the printer. See Inserting the Media into the Printer.
  2. Release the printhead assembly.
    As the printhead lever rotates upward, the printhead assembly pivots upward.
  3. Slide the outer media guide all the way out.
  4. Load the media as shown. Make sure that the media passes through the slot in the transmissive media sensor (1) and under the inner media guide (2). The media should just touch the back of the transmissive media sensor slot.
    The printhead may be hot and could cause severe burns. Allow the printhead to cool.
  5. Push down the peel-off mechanism release lever to open the peel assembly.
  6. Extend approximately 500 mm (18 in.) of media out of the printer. Remove and discard the labels from this exposed media, leaving just the liner.
  7. Feed the liner behind the peel assembly. Make sure that the end of the liner falls outside of the printer.
  8. Close the peel assembly using the peel-off mechanism release lever.
    Use the peel-off mechanism release lever and your right hand to close the peel assembly. Do not use your left hand to assist in closing. The top edge of the peel roller/assembly could pinch your fingers.
  9. Slide in the outer media guide until it just touches the edge of the media.
  10. Close the printhead assembly.
  11. Close the media cover.
    Close the media cover with the peel option
  12. Press
    to exit pause mode and enable printing.
    The printer may perform a label calibration or feed a label, depending on your settings.
  13. Verify that your printer is able to print a configuration label by holding both the
    keys for 2 seconds.