FAQs & Troubleshooting

FAQs & Troubleshooting

Power Supply

You can use the AC adapter (included or optional), six AAA alkaline batteries (LR03) or six AAA Ni-MH chargeable batteries (HR03).

AC adapter

  1. Insert the AC Adapter Cord into the AC Adapter Jack on the side of the printer.
  2. Insert the AC Adapter into a grounded AC electrical outlet.
    Connect AC adapter
    1. AC adapter
    2. AC adapter Cord

Battery power

  1. Hold the printer as shown in the illustration. Open the Battery Cover by pressing the mark on its side (1) and pulling in the direction of the arrow (2).
    Install batteries
  2. Insert six batteries following the drawing marked inside the case.
    Alternate positive and negative poles, making sure to match the negative battery end with the coil in the battery slot.
    Install batteries 3 The coils are negative pole

  3. Insert the two hooks at the rear of the Battery Cover into the slots on the label printer (4). Push the Battery Cover closed (5), making sure it locks into place.
    Install batteries

Using a combination of different batteries (such as alkaline with Ni-MH) may result in an explosion.

Do not set together old and new batteries. Replace all six batteries at the same time.

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