User’s Guide M95 M95 User’s Guide English Version 0 UK ENG Installing the Power Supply and Tape Cassette Using the Optional AC Adapter Installing the Power Supply and Tape Cassette 1 2 Cassette cover Cutter blade Tape guide Print head End of tape Tape cutter lever Tape exit slot Remove the cassette cover by pressing the highlighted area. Insert a tape cassette, making sure it snaps into place. If you already installed a tape cassette, remove it by pulling it straight up. If you already installed batteries, remove them as well. $'' batteries or tape cassettes. $ guide. \$with this P-touch labelling machine. 3 4 2 1 AC adapter socket Insert four new AAA alkaline batteries (LR03), making sure their positive and negative ends point in the correct directions. 6 ' using brand new ones. 6-:6*Y2+;< see Using the Optional AC Adapter. Insert the two hooks at the bottom of the cassette cover into the slots on the machine (1), and then close the cover securely until it snaps into place (2). After you have installed the tape, feed the tape (see Feeding (Tape Feed)) once, and then press the tape cutter lever to cut the tape. Using the Optional AC Adapter 1 2 Insert the small plug on the adapter cord into the AC adapter socket at the top of the machine. Insert the power plug into the nearest standard electrical socket. 127( For the memory backup feature, we recommend using AAA alkaline batteries (LR03) together when using the AC adapter. Keyboard LCD Keyboard Cursor key Function key DECO MODE key Preview key Cursor key Print key Power key Backspace key Character key Enter key Num Lock key Shift key Symbol key Shift key Accent key Caps key Space key LCD Width Size Bold Outline Shadow Vertical Italic Cursor Frame Underline Label Length Num Lock Caps 127( -* '`2'&4 Initial Settings 1 3 Turn your machine on. Supply power using four AAA batteries (LR03) or the optional AC adapter, and then press the power on. 2 Set the unit of measurement. The default setting is [mm]. to turn [Unit] [mm/inch] Set the language. The default setting is [English]. 127( [Language] [English/Español/Français/Italiano/ Nederlands/Norsk/Português/Svenska/ Türkçe/Dansk/Deutsch] at the same time. pressed within five minutes. see Resetting the machine. Entering Text and Accented Characters Entering Text and Accented Characters X Switching Upper-Case/Lower-Case X Entering Accented Characters Upper-case ( ON) Lower-case ( OFF) Accented Characters X Entering Numbers Num Lock ON Num Lock OFF X Making a Two Line Label 1. Enter the text for the first line and press . 2. Enter the text for the second line and press * ' the Line Limit! error message will be displayed. Display Label image / . Accented Characters A a C c D d E e G g I i K k L l N n O o R r S s T t U u Z z LCD language. X Deleting Text ( By pressing + ) , characters are deleted one by one. 127( To delete all text and settings: + [Txt&Format] To delete text only: + [Text Only] Adding Symbols Adding Symbols X Entering Symbols Pictograph 1 Example: Entering 3 4 5 6 7 A [Pictograph] B [A7] Display 2 C Label image D Pictographs appear on the LCD with the corresponding letter and number of the Pictograph table. The following symbols are available: 02 03 04 . , : @ - & # % ? + 05 06 < > ; ~ ! ( " _ ± ) ' \ = [ H / * ] ® © ™ 10 δ μ Ω φ α Σ 11 2 3 0 4 1 5 2 6 3 7 8 9 09 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 6 I J K L § 07 08 F G Basic 01 E β γ 0 1 7 4 8 5 % ; %\ available only in DECO MODE. ' :6< the Pictograph table by pressing the symbol you want. 7 lustrative purposes. X Printing the Pictograph List [Print List] Label image Designing Labels Adding Deco Mode Patterns Designing Labels Adding Deco Mode Patterns 1 Press , use to select a function under column [A], and then press . (You can also select the function with the shortcut keys listed under column [C]. ( + to )) 2 Use to select a setting listed under column [B], and then press . Design [A] [B] Label image [C] + Size Small Width 2 3 4 5 7 may occur 8 Normal*1 Width 1 6 Large*1 Size This function allows you to create unique labels using built-in Design Label Image Cooling + |2 Example: Design 8 |`}2 [Design 8] Normal*1 [Auto/ Bold 94Y244 Outline Style + Italic Italic Bold Italic Outline Italic Shadow Vertical Off*1 Underline Round Leaf Tile Underline/ Frame Undl/ Frame + Star Heart Square Bubble Flower Candy Label length Label Letgth Auto*1/30 mm 300 mm)*2 ABC [Print] Shadow Style The label is printed with the specified length. + *1 Default setting. To return to the default setting, press . K2 'Q Keys . To return to [Auto], press . 127( Z *+-1$1*+ cause the print head to overheat. If this occurs, the machine automatically stops printing while it cools down. The cool down time appears. When the print head is cool, printing automatically continues. Do not touch the machine while it is cooling. %*+-1$1*+ * % may not be printed. *+-1$1*+ templates. ; %\ available in DECO MODE. For the Basic table, see Adding Symbols. % same time. When Clear? appears, press to clear the text, or to cancel this operation. ?*+-1$1*+, your most recently printed DECO MODE text and label length are recalled. Z & %*+-1$1*+ % % pressing when [Print] appears, and selecting [Quit]. ?`2'' the DECO MODE feature. % 244*+-1$1*+ ? 6 automatically adjusts to the correct length for printing the text one time. Z 6 Printing Labels Saving Label Files Resetting the machine Saving Label Files Printing Labels X Text Preview X Memory ( &'% + ) &inal labels onto your machine. Up to three labels can be saved and recalled for printing at a later &' -* ' % (mm/inch), then returns to the original text. &'%; frame, or any additional features cannot be previewed. X Feeding (Tape Feed) [File] To Save: [Save] To Print: [Print] To Open: [Open] + % 2 X Printing & lever while the message Printing or Feeding appears. &Y corner of the machine. Z label. X Printing multiple copies ( + ) [Copies] 127( If you try to store a label when there is already a label stored to that number, a message Overwrite? appears. Press to save your new label. Press to cancel. Resetting the machine ' the Number Keys . X Removing the Label Backing This machine is equipped with a peeler that allows you to remove the backing from labels. 1. Insert the label, with the printed surface facing down, as far as possible into the built-in peeler. 2. Fold back the label to the right and quickly pull out the label. The end of the backing is slightly separated from the label. 3. Peel the printed label away from the label backing and apply the printed label. '' factory settings, or when the machine is not working correctly. 1 2 3 Press to turn the power off. While holding down to turn the power on. Release and , and then release , press and . The internal memory is reset, and all text, settings and stored files are cleared. Troubleshooting Specifications Contact Information Troubleshooting X Error message Message Cause/Remedy Low Battery! The batteries are low. Replace them with four new AAA alkaline batteries. Do not use old and new batteries together or mix alkaline batteries with other battery types. Full! Make sure you do not exceed the maximum number of characters allowed (80 characters for regular text, or 50 characters for DECO MODE). No Text! $%&' * '%%*+-1$1*+ Line Limit! Make sure you do not exceed the maximum number of lines allowed (two). Invalid! Make sure you select a valid [Label Length]. Text Limit! % % % %244' 6*+-1$1*+ 7 94:;< ' % Cooling XXX If the print head becomes too hot, your machine stops printing and automatically starts to cool down. The cool down time message appears. When the print head is cool, printing automatically continues. Do not touch the machine while it is cooling. X What to do when... Problem Solution The display stays blank after you have turned the machine on. - 'tive and negative ends in the correct position. 7 ' ''666 * new batteries together or mix alkaline batteries with other battery types. The machine does not print, or the printed characters are not formed correctly. -& 7 - & The machine's settings have reset themselves. '> ''666 * and new batteries together or mix alkaline batteries with other type batteries. ?' % text files stored in the memory are cleared. Language and Unit settings are also cleared. A blank horizontal line appears through the printed There may be some dust on the print head. Remove the tape cassette and use a dry cotton swab to gently wipe the print head with an up-and-down motion. label. The machine has locked up (that is, nothing happens when you press a key, even though the machine is on). See Resetting the machine. The power turns off when you try to print. '> ''666 * and new batteries together or mix alkaline batteries with other battery types. - The tape does not feed correctly or the tape gets stuck inside the machine. >&$ &' * &' Printing or Feeding appears. All text and format settings must be cleared to create a new label. Press To change the language setting. See Initial Settings. while holding down , or go into Function mode and select . Specifications Dimensions: (W × D × H) Approx. 156 mm × 111 mm × 61 mm Power supply: Four AAA alkaline batteries (LR03) 1 6-:6*Y2+;< Weight: 6%2 4 (without batteries and tape cassette) Tape cassette: \ZY$'`2 Contact Information Contact details may differ by country. Visit the website http://www.brother.eu, and select your country.
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