08-17-2006 11:01 PM
08-18-2006 11:58 AM
The DJ110nr cuts the paper using the print head assembly, dragging the cutter from left to right then returning it to the left side.
Load the roll of paper, then press the OK button. The printer, if it is working properly, will trim about 15mm off the leading edge.
Watch the process as it cuts. Is the cutter moving accross the paper?
If the cutter is not fastened properly, the print head assembly cannot catch it. Look at the diagram at:
Check the two screws holding the cutter assembly.
08-18-2006 12:06 PM
Your document didn't show up, when i installed the cutter and powered the printer it moved to the far left, how do i get it to return to the original position so i could re-install it? could you possibly email me the diagram? my address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
08-18-2006 12:11 PM
The far left is the home position. Did the trim operation try to pick up the cutter?
Could you load the paper? If so, a roll icom will appear on the front panel.
08-18-2006 10:04 PM
Thanks for the reply and the link. I installed the cutter and the roll feed following the instructions that came with it. when i powered the printer up for the first time the cutter moved from the install location down to the far left and has not moved since. what i need to know is how do i get the cutter back up to the install position so i can re-install it. I followed the instructions to the letter when installing the cutter but it did not seem right so i would like to remove it and re-install it. can you tell me how to do this?
08-18-2006 10:39 PM
The cutter should slide smooth and free from left to right without hesitation.
If it does not move freely, you have installed it incorrectly.
08-20-2006 08:49 PM
I have tried that, no luck with it. the actual wheel on my cutter is quite stiff and was this way since it arrived. Is it possible that the cutter is faulty?
08-21-2006 12:15 AM
The assembly "slides" on the rail. It is dragged accross the paper by the print head assembly.
Does the cutter assembly move freely?
There is a small tab on the back of the cutter assembly that is caught by the print heads. If this tab is missing, the cutter is defective.
08-21-2006 12:46 AM
The tab is there.However, The cutter does not move freely, i have tried many ways to sit it on the rack. as i said the wheel on the bottom of the cutter does not move freely at all, it is quite stiff.
08-21-2006 01:23 AM
The cutter should slide smooth and free.