Brother PT-D200 User guide

Brother PT-D200 User guide
Indicates a potentially hazardous
Safety Precautions
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious
injuries.
Follow these guidelines to avoid the risk of fire, burns, injury, electric
shocks, rupture, overheating, abnormal odours or smoke.
ELECTRONIC LABELING SYSTEM
User’s Guide
Thank you for purchasing Brother's PT-D200!
With your PT-D200, you can create labels for multiple
applications. Select from the many frames, character
sizes and styles to design beautiful custom labels. In
addition, the variety of tape cartridges available allows
you to print labels with different widths and exciting
colors.
For a complete list of tapes compatible with your label
maker, visit us at: www.brother.com.
Please read this guide, including all Precautions, before
using this label maker. After reading this guide, keep it
in a safe place.
• Always use the specified voltage and the suggested AC adapter (AD-24ES/AD24ESA/AD-24ESAW/AD-24ESA-01/AD-24ESAW-01) for the label maker to prevent
any damage or failure.
• Do not touch the label maker during a lightning storm.
• Do not use the label maker/AC adapter in places of high humidity such as bathrooms.
• Do not overload the power cord.
• Do not place heavy objects on, or damage the power cord or plug. Do not forcibly
bend or pull the power cord. Always hold the AC adapter when disconnecting from
the power outlet.
• Make sure that the plug is fully inserted to the power outlet. Do not use an outlet that
is loose.
• Do not allow the label maker/AC adapter/power plug/batteries to get wet, for
example, by handling them with wet hands or spilling beverages on to them.
• Since loss of eyesight may result when leaked fluid from batteries gets into your eyes,
immediately rinse your eyes with a large amount of clean water, and then seek
medical attention.
• Do not disassemble or modify the label maker/AC adapter/batteries.
• Do not allow a metal object to contact both the plus and minus ends of a battery.
• Do not use sharp objects, such as tweezers or a metallic pen, to change the batteries.
• Do not throw the batteries into fire or expose to heat.
• Disconnect the AC adapter and remove batteries immediately and stop using the
label maker if you notice abnormal odor, heat, discoloration, deformation or
anything unusual while using or storing it.
• Do not use a damaged or leaking battery as the fluid may get on your hands.
• Do not use a deformed or leaking battery or one whose label is damaged. There is a
possibility of generating heat.
which, if not avoided, may
CAUTION situation
result in minor or moderate injuries.
Follow these guidelines to avoid personal injury, liquid leakage,
burns or heat.
• When the label maker is not being used, store it out of the reach of children. In
addition, do not allow children to put the label maker parts or labels in their mouths.
If any object has been swallowed, seek medical attention.
• Do not touch metal parts around the print head immediately after printing.
• Do not touch the cutter blade.
• If leaked fluid from batteries gets on your skin or clothes, immediately rinse them with
clean water.
• Remove the batteries and disconnect the AC adapter if you do not intend to use the
label maker.
• Do not use a battery other than that specified. Do not use combinations of old and
new batteries or combinations of different types, different charging levels, different
manufacturers or different models. Do not insert a battery with its plus and minus
ends reversed.
• Do not drop or hit the label maker/AC adapter.
• Do not press on the LCD display.
• Do not put your finger inside the label maker when you close the cassette cover.
• Before using Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, carefully read the instructions for the
batteries and battery charger, and be sure to use them correctly.
• When using Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, charge the batteries with a specialized
battery charger before using the batteries.
• Do not place the label maker/batteries/AC adapter in direct sunlight or rain, near
heaters or other hot appliances, in any location exposed to extremely high or low
temperatures (e.g., on the dashboard or in the back of your car) or high humidity, or
in dusty locations.
• Do not apply excessive pressure to the cutter lever.
• Do not try to print if the cassette is empty; it will damage the print head.
• Do not pull the tape while printing or feeding; it will damage the tape and the label
maker.
• Any data stored in memory will be lost due to failure or repair of the label maker, or if
the battery expires.
• The label maker is not equipped with a charging feature for rechargeable batteries.
• The printed text may differ from the text that appears in the LCD.
• The length of the printed label may differ from the displayed label length.
• A protective clear plastic sticker it placed over the display during manufacturing and
shipping. This sticker should be removed prior to use.
• When power is disconnected for more than three minutes, all text, format settings and
any text files stored in the memory will be cleared.
Entering Text
Printing Labels
You can enter a maximum of 80 characters and
spaces for a text label, and 50 characters and
spaces if using templates.
To cancel any operation, press
.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Important
• Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother Industries,
Ltd. could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
 Switching Upper Case/Lower Case
General Precautions
• Depending on the location, material, and environmental conditions, the label may
unpeel or become irremovable, the color of the label may change or be transferred
to other objects. Before applying the label, check the environmental conditions and
the material.
• Do not use the label maker in any way or for any purpose not described in this guide.
Doing so may result in accidents or damage the label maker.
• Use only Brother TZe tapes with the label maker. Do not use tapes that do not have
Upper case (
ON)Lower case (
OFF)
Caps
Caps
 Creating Two-Line Tapes
Move the cursor to where you want to start the
next line and press
. Use either 0.35" (9mm)
or 0.47" (12mm) tape for two-line printing.
Line 1
Label image
1 GETTING STARTED
Print
Head
NOTE
1
Cassette
Cover
• The return symbol ( ) appears when you press
the Enter key
.
2
End of
Tape
Tape
Cassette
3
Tape
Cutter
Lever
Tape Exit Slot
Tape Guide
With the LCD facing down, open the
Cassette Cover by pressing the grooved tab
and pushing in the direction of the arrow, as
illustrated.
If a tape cassette is already installed, remove it
by pulling it straight up.
When replacing batteries or tape
cassettes, make sure the power is
turned off.
This label maker requires six (6) AAA
alkaline batteries or six (6) fully charged
Ni-MH batteries, not included.
LCD and Keyboard
Insert the Tape Cassette following the
drawing marked inside the case. Gently
press the Cassette into the label maker
until it clicks into place.
• Make sure your Tape Cassette is marked
.
• Use only tape widths of 3.5 mm, 6 mm, 9 mm, or 12 mm.
• If your TZe is packaged with protective plastic,
be sure to remove the plastic before inserting
the tape cassette.
• Use only Brother TZe tapes with this machine.
• Make sure that the End of the Tape feeds under
the Tape Guide.
Initial Settings
1
4
1
5
6
2
7
3
optional AC Adapter and then press
2
8
9
Set the language.
The default setting is [English].
10
11
12
15
21
22
23
24
25
16
26
17
18
19
18
27
28
14
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Size
Cursor
Underline/Frame
Width
Style
Caps
Label Length
If a specific label length has
been selected, also
appears.
8. Cursor key : Right (Use with
Shift key to go to end of the
text.)
9. OK key
10. Escape key
11. Cursor key : Left (Use with
Shift key to go to top of the
text.)
12. Power key
13. Menu key
14. Font key
15. Character key
16. Tab key
17. Caps key
18. Shift key
19. File key
20. Print key
21. Preview key
22. Frame key
23. Symbol key
24. Deco Mode key
25. Backspace key
26. Enter key
27. Accent key
28. Space key
3
Set the unit of measurement.
The default setting is [inch].
/
/
• Pressing the Preview key (21) displays a
preview of the label, and may differ from the
actual label when printed.
• Label length shown on the LCD may differ
slightly from the actual length when printed.
Specifications
Dimensions:
(W x D x H)
Approx. 6.49" × 6.10" × 2.67"
(Approx. 165(W) × 155(D) ×
68(H)mm)
Weight:
Approx. 1.08 lb. (Approx. 490 g)
(without batteries and tape
cassette)
Power supply:
NOTE
The LCD displays one row of 15 characters;
however, there is a maximum of 80 characters and
spaces for a text label, and 50 characters and
spaces if using templates.
• When selecting the settings, press
to
return to the default item.
/
[Language]
(Select a language)
/
.
20
13
Tape cassette:
1
*
Six AAA alkaline batteries (LR03)
Six AAA Ni-MH batteries (HR03)*1
Optional AC adapter (AD-24ES/
AD-24ESA/AD-24ESAW/
AD-24ESA-01/AD-24ESAW-01)
Brother TZe tape (width)
0.13" (3.5mm), 0.23" (6mm),
0.35" (9mm), 0.47" (12mm)
Visit us at support.brother.com/ for the latest
information about the recommended batteries.
For FAQs, Troubleshooting, and manuals, visit:
support.brother.com.
.
[Unit]
[inch/mm]
/
Close the Cassette Cover and gently press
until it clicks into place.
 Clearing Text and Settings
To delete individual letters and spaces, press
.
Tape
Cassettes:
AC Adapter:
See the included Supplies and
Accessories Guide.
AD-24ES/AD-24ESA/
AD-24ESAW/AD-24ESA-01/
AD-24ESAW-01
Cutter Unit:
TC-4 (replacement)
Over time, the Cutter Blade may become blunt
from repetitive use. If the Cutter does not cut tape
cleanly, replace the Cutter Unit. Contact your
local authorized Brother reseller and order item
TC-4, the Cutter Unit.
 Replacing the Cutter Unit
1. Remove the two sections of the Cutter Unit
(green) in the direction of the arrows as
illustrated below.
NOTE
Printing Labels (cont)
/
[Text Only]
To delete all text and settings :
+
/
[Text&Format]
You can save and reuse the text and settings for up
to 20 different labels. Each label holds up to 80
characters (including spaces). Assign a number
(1-30) to each saved file so you can reuse it, and
edit or overwrite stored files as needed.
 Setting Margins
/
/
[Margin]
[Full/Half/Narrow/Chain Print]
• You can also enter the Margin menu by
pressing
.
/
+
/
[Numbering]
/
+
• This function feeds approximately 1" (25mm)
of blank tape.
• Do not pull the tape, as this may damage the
Tape Cassette.
 Printing
[Copies: ]
/
• Select the highest number you wish to print
when setting the number.
[Mirror]
Ex: To Mirror Print "J.SMITH", follow the
instructions below after entering
"J.SMITH".
-
• If you need only one copy of the label, press
.
• You can print up to nine copies of each label.
• Press a number key to specify the number of
copies you wish to print.
• DO NOT touch the Tape Cutter Lever while the
message [Printing...] or [Feeding...]
appears on the LCD.
• When printing ends, push the Tape Cutter
Lever.
• To remove label backing, fold the label
lengthwise (with the text facing inward), to
expose the inside edges that run down the
center of the tape backing. Peel and apply.
(Enter text or characters)
+
/
Print?]
[Mirror
[Mirror]
• Use clear tape when using this function, so the
labels can be read correctly from the opposite
side when attached on glass, windows, or
other transparent surfaces.
(Enter text)
2.7"
/
[Save]
/
 Printing a saved file
1.6"
0.47"
0.47"
/
/
 Opening a saved file
/
[Open]
NOTE
[Chain Print] (tape-saving option)
Use this option to print multiple different labels
with narrow margins. This option saves tape.
1. Enter your text.
2. Press
. [Copies:] appears on the LCD.
3. Press the number keys to enter the number
of copies you want of this text.
4. Press
to start printing.
5. When [OK to Feed?] appears on the LCD,
press
to change the text.
6. Clear the text, enter the text you want on
the next label, and then press
.
7. After your last label prints, when [OK to
Feed?] appears on the LCD, press
.
NOTE
• When you use [Chain Print], feed the tape
before using the cutter (
+
),
otherwise part of the text may be cut off.
• Do not pull the tape, as this may damage the Tape
Cassette.
[Input Text]
Enter text: ABCDEF
1.2"-7.8"(30-200mm)]
When saving a file, if you reuse a number that is
already assigned to another file, [Overwrite?]
appears on the LCD. To overwrite the previously
saved file, press
. To cancel without saving,
press
.
[Auto/
[Print]
Enter text: ABC
-
.
NOTE
Ex:
/
[Name Label]
/
Company, Inc.
[Copies: ]
• You can also enter the File menu by pressing
To print more than 1 copy of a label with
minimum margin, set the margin to [Narrow].
/
(Select layout)
[Print]
ABC
1.0"
0.16" 0.16"
Use Deco Mode templates to add visual texture to
your labels. Refer to the Deco Mode Formats
table in this guide.
[Select Layout]
Enter text: Bill Anderson
/
1"
Use Name Label templates to polish the look of
your labels using one of our predesigned formats.
Refer to the Name Label Templates table in this
guide.
/
ABC
Full
Deco Mode
Ex:
 Saving a new file
[Full] / [Half] / [Narrow]
Use one of these options to customize margin
length before and after your text.
• The printed dots (:) indicate the end of the
label. Cut along the printed dots (:) with
scissors.
LCD
Printout
Narrow
Do not touch the cutter blade directly with your
fingers.
mode.
Name Label
/
WARNING
(Enter numbers)
by moving the cursor to
the number you wish to increment using
to exit Preview
after you press
Saving Label Files
ABC
it snaps into place.
or
3 USING TEMPLATES
Half
2. Install a new Cutter Unit. Push it in gently until
,
+
1"
The label maker automatically turns off if no keys
are pressed within five minutes.
• To cancel any operation, press
.
• After pressing
, [Accepted] appears for
approximately one second.
• Press
To delete all text:
To move to the beginning of your text:
If you prefer to use the optional AC Adapter
instead of using batteries:
1. Insert the Power Adapter cord into the AC
Adapter Jack on the side of the label maker.
2. Insert the Power Adapter into a grounded AC
electrical outlet.
When running a memory backup, we recommend
using both batteries AND the optional Power Adapter,
in the event that one or the other power method fails.
.
DON’T FORGET TO REGISTER!
Registering your product will provide purchase
confirmation, proof of ownership and, if you
choose, allow us to notify you of product
enhancements and special offers! You can
register online at: www.registermybrother.com
LIMITED WARRANTY
Product warranty information can be found online
at www.brother-usa.com/brother-support
After printing a label, cut along the printed dots (:)
with scissors so the label length matches what is
shown on the LCD.
• The lock symbol appears when you set a
specific label length.
• To return to the default length (automatic, based
on text length), press
, and [Auto]
appears on the LCD.
+
NOTE
to display the hidden text.
+
[Numbering]
You can print a series of up to nine labels using
auto-numbering. Use this feature to
automatically increase a selected number by 1
after each one is printed.
Ex: Print copies of a label containing a serial
number (0123, 0124 and 0125)
 Feeding (Tape Feed)
NOTE
 Cursor Keys
To move to the end of your text:
[Tab Length]
[Auto/0.0"-4.0" (0-100 mm)]
• Pressing the Preview key
displays a
preview of the label, and may differ from the
actual one when printed.
• If the LCD cannot display all the text at once,
press
/
 Changing Tab Length
/
Accessories
Turn your label maker on.
Supply power by using six AAA batteries or the
/
300 mm)]
 Using Print Options
 Preview
/
[Label Length]
[Auto/1.2"-12.0" (30-
+
/
[Tab]
• You can also set a tab by pressing
.
• The tab symbol
appears when you insert a
tab in the text.
AC Adapter
Jack
/
 Changing Label Length
 Entering Tabs
Cutter’s
Edge
Toothed
Wheel
-
/
Line 2
Installing Power Supply and Tape Cassette
 Entering Accented Characters
• Refer to the Accented Characters table in this
guide.
• The order of accented characters varies based
on the language you selected.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Compliance Notice (For USA Only)
the
mark.
• Only use a soft, dry cloth to clean the labeler; never use alcohol or other organic
solvents.
• Use a soft wipe to clean the print head; never touch the print head.
• Do not put any foreign objects into the tape exit slot or AC adapter connector or
battery compartment, etc.
D01PJ1001
2 BASIC USAGE
/
[Auto/1.2" - 7.8" (30 -200mm)]
[Print]
NOTE
• Depending on the format you have selected, the
entire contents of your text may not be printed.
For example, if you selected a fixed Label Length
and the text is too long, an error message [Text
Limit!] will appear.
• Templates cannot be edited.
• Only the highlighted symbols , shaded in the
Basic Symbols / Pictograph Symbols table in
this guide, can be used in Deco Mode.
• To clear all text, press
[Clear?] appears, press
and
. When
to clear. Press
to cancel.
• When you access templates, your most recent
label created with a template opens
automatically.
• Press
to return to the previous step.
• To exit a template and return to the text entry
screen, do one of following:
a)Press
.
b)Press
/
to select [Cancel], and
then press
when "Print" appears on the
LCD.
• Templates can be used ONLY with 0.47"(12mm)
tape cassettes.
• Maximum label length is 7.8" (200mm) when
using templates.
• When [Auto] is selected for [Label Length],
the label will automatically adjust to the correct
length and print the text one time.
• Press
to return to the [Auto] setting for
[Label Length].
4 FORMATTING KEYS
5 HELPFUL HINTS
Frame Key
Font Key
1
Press
to change the font settings.
/
2
Width
(Select an item)
×2
Press
/
to select the settings
you want, and then press
.
Font
Helsinki
/
× 1/2
Style
• To cancel operations, press
Normal
Bold
Shadow
Size
I+Bold
HEL + Atlanta *
I+Outline
HEL + Adams *
I+Shadow
HEL + Brunei *
Vertical
Large
Medium
Small
Shortcuts
Language
Label Length
Margin
Name Label
File
Tab
/
Clear
Unit
Clear
Feed
Print Options
Resetting the P-touch
Reset your label maker when you want to initialize
the settings, or in the event it is not working
properly. Resetting clears all the text, settings, and
stored files.
1
2
Turn off the label maker, hold down
and
, and then press
to turn the
label maker back on.
First release the power button, and then
release
and
.
The label maker turns on with its internal
memory reset.
Punctuation
Number 1
Business
Number 2
Mathematics
Number 3
Brackets
Number 4
Arrows
Basic Shape
Unit
Electrical
Category
Punctuation
Hobby
Business
Animal
Mathematics
Event
Brackets
Food
Arrows
Flower
Unit
Messaging
Basic Symbols/Pictograph Symbols (cont)
Greek Letter
Signs
Number 1
Audio/Visual
Nature
Number 2
Others
Pictograph
Accented Characters
Fun
Food
Family
Flower
Fashion
Messaging
Vehicle
Signs
Sports
Audio/Visual
A
a
C
D
c
E
Number 3
* When you select [HEL + another font], your label
uses both fonts. For example, if you select [HEL
+ Atlanta], the font for characters, including
accented characters, will be Helsinki, and the
font for numbers and symbols will be Atlanta.
Other combined fonts will be fromatted in the
same way.
Hobby
Nature
Animal
Others
G
I
g
i
K
L
k
l
N
R
n
r
T
s
U
t
u
Y
Event
Z
y
z
Deco Mode Formats
NOTE
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
10
5
11
6
12
Basic Shape
• To cancel operations, press
.
• Refer to the Font Samples table illustrated in this
guide.
• The actual, printed font size depends on the tape
width, number of characters, and number of input
lines. Once characters reach a minimum size, the
selected font will default to a custom font, based on
the Helsinki style. This allows labels to print using
the smallest text possible on narrow or multi-line
labels.
Electrical
Fun
Family
Fashion
Vehicle
Sports
Troubleshooting
If you have questions or need information
about your Brother product, please visit us
online or call.
 Error message
For FAQs, Troubleshooting, and to download
software and manuals, visit
support.brother.com.
To order supplies and accessories, visit
www.brothermall.com or call
1-877-552-6255.
For USA Customer Service, call
1-877-BROTHER (1-877-276-8437)
Fax: 1-901-379-1210
 What to do when...
Message
Low
Battery!
Cause/Remedy
Problem
The batteries are weak.
If using AAA alkaline batteries: Replace them
with new ones.
If using Ni-MH batteries, charge them fully.
The display
stays blank
after you have
turned on the
label maker.
Battery
Dead
The installed batteries are running low.
Invalid!
• There is no text above the cursor when you
selected [Numbering].
• Invalid character is selected for [Numbering].
• Invalid number is selected for [Tab Length]
or [Label Length].
• An invalid value was entered as the label
length while using the Deco Mode or Name
Label function.
• You tried to print a text file when there is no
data stored in the memory.
USING A COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT
BATTERIES (SUCH AS ALKALINE WITH
Ni-MH) , MAY RESULT IN AN EXPLOSION.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES
ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•
No Text!
is pressed when no text is entered.
• You tried to select [Numbering], [Mirror],
or Text Preview when no text is entered.
•
or
was pressed when no text was
entered while using the Deco Mode or Name
Label function.
• Remove the batteries if you do not intend to
use the label maker for an extended period
of time.
• Dispose of batteries at an appropriate
collection point, not in the general waste
stream. Be sure to observe all applicable
federal, state, and local regulations.
• When storing or discarding a battery, wrap
it with cellophane tape to prevent it from
short-circuiting. (see illustration)
1. Cellophane tape
2. Alkaline or Ni-MH
battery
o
S
Number 4
d
e
O
NOTE
Helpful Tips
/
[Basic/Pictograph]
Basic Symbols/Pictograph Symbols
Greek Letter
(Select category)
(Choose a symbol)
• To cancel operations, press
.
• You can also select from the Basic Symbols and
Pictograph Symbols categories by pressing the
shortcut keys under (5) Helpful Hints, Shortcuts.
CAUTION
Tab Length
[Basic/Pictograph]
NOTE
Calgary
HEL + Germany *
/
Italic
Los Angeles
HEL + Sofia *
/
Solid
San Diego
HEL + Istanbul *
Press
to select various symbols. Refer to
the Basic Symbols and Pictograph Symbols
table sections in this guide.
Outline
Belgium
.
Symbol Key
US
Symbol
Basic
(Select a frame)
NOTE
Brussels
Florida
Shortcuts (Symbol)
Press
to select the frame design. Refer to
the Frame Designs table section in this guide.
Normal
Category
2
1
Do not mix old and new batteries. Replace all
six batteries at the same time.
• You tried to enter a 3rd line by pressing
Line Limit! • You tried to print or preview two lines of text
while 0.13" (3.5mm) or 0.23" (6 mm) tape is
installed. Install tape of a larger size.
No
Cassette!
There is no cassette installed.
Cutter
Error
The Tape Cutter Lever was pressed in the
middle of the printing process.
Text Full!
The maximum number of characters (80
characters, 50 characters for Deco Mode or
Name Label function) have already been
entered.
When using Deco Mode or Name Label
templates:
Since the number of entered characters
exceeds the label length, reduce the text.
Text Limit!
In general:
Since the number of entered characters
exceeds the label length, reduce the text or
select [Auto] as the label length.
No Frame OK?
• Printing on 0.13" (3.5mm) tape with invalid
Frame setting ON.
• Select
to print with no Frame,
to cancel.
• Feeding tape after printing when [Chain
OK to Feed?
Print] is selected. Refer to the Setting
Margin section in this guide.
Insert
0.47"
• Only 0.47"(12mm) tape cassette is available
for Deco Mode or Name Label templates.
Wrong Tape! • Use a tape cassette with the
mark.
.
• Check that the batteries are correctly
inserted.
• If the batteries are weak, replace them.
• Check that the adapter is correctly connected.
When the label
is printed out,
• Refer to the Setting Margin section in this
there is too
guide and select [Half] or [Narrow] to have
much margin
smaller margins for your label.
(space) on both
sides of the text.
The label
maker does not • Check that the tape cassette has been
inserted correctly.
print, or the
printed
• If the tape cassette is empty, replace it.
characters are • Check that the Cassette Cover is closed
not formed
correctly.
properly.
• The batteries may be weak. Replace them.
The setting has • When power is disconnected for more than
cleared on its
three minutes, all text and formats in the
own.
display are cleared. Language and Unit
settings will also be cleared.
A blank
horizontal line
appears
through the
printed label.
• There maybe 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.
The label
maker has
“locked up” (i.e.,
nothing
• Refer to the Resetting the P-Touch section
happens when
in this guide.
a key is
pressed, even
though the label
maker is on.)
The power
turns off when
you try to print.
• The batteries may be weak. Replace them.
• Check that the batteries are correctly
inserted.
• The wrong AC Adapter is used. We recommend
using the AD-24ES/AD-24ESA/AD-24ESAW/
AD-24ESA-01/AD-24ESAW-01 Adapter.
The tape does
• Check that the end of the tape feeds under
not feed
the tape guides.
properly or the
tape gets stuck • The Tape Cutter Lever is pressed while
printing. Do not touch the Tape Cutter Lever
inside the label
during printing.
maker.
All text and
format settings
• Press
+
need to be
cleared to create [Text&Format].
a new label.
To change
language
setting.
Name Label Templates
Solution
1
4
2
5
3
Frame Designs (cont)
6
Frame Designs
74
87
62
75
88
63
76
89
64
77
90
65
78
91
66
79
92
21
41
67
80
93
22
42
68
81
94
3
23
43
69
82
95
4
24
44
70
83
96
5
25
45
71
84
97
6
26
46
72
85
98
7
27
47
73
86
99
8
28
48
9
29
49
10
30
50
11
31
51
12
32
52
13
33
14
2
Font Samples
Helsinki
Calgary
Brussels
HEL + Atlanta
53
US
HEL + Adams
34
54
Florida
HEL + Brunei
15
35
55
Belgium
HEL + Istanbul
16
36
56
17
37
57
San Diego
HEL + So?a
18
38
58
Los Angeles
HEL + Germany
19
39
59
20
40
60
and select
• Refer to the Initial Settings section in this
guide.
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