|city-with-apostrophe| Thermal Printer Repair Company
When your thermal printer breaks, you don’t have time to deal with unqualified repair guys. You’re going to need competent, professional printer techs that can quickly repair your printer so that you can get back to business. That’s where The Printer Repair Group of |city-st| comes in. Our techs have over |years-in-business|-years of experience fixing thermal printers. We are fast and reliable. Speak with a team member at |phone| to get a quote and schedule service.
We provide fast, thermal printer repairs and service for |sample-service-cities|, and all other areas near |city-st|.
Are your labels printed at a lower quality than expected?
If your labels’ print quality is not up to par, the issue could be with your supplies. For example, a common mistake with thermal printers is using low-quality labels or ribbons, which result in low-quality print. Make sure you are using the manufacturer’s recommended supplies for the best results. For help with poor print quality, give us a call at |phone|.
Are your labels smudging or faded?
Incorrect heat settings often cause smudging and faded print. If your heat setting is too high, you will get labels that are smudged or printed too heavily. If your heat settings are too low, you will get labels that are faded or printed too lightly. The techs at The Printer Repair Group of |city-st| can make the proper adjustments for producing perfectly printed labels.
Do you have streaks in your labels?
Diagonal streaks may occur on labels when there is a crease in the ribbon. Your thermal printer’s ribbon can become creased if it isn’t loaded correctly or when the tension is incorrect. You may be able to fix this problem by reloading the ribbon. However, if that doesn’t remedy the situation, give us a call. Our techs can diagnose and fix the problem quickly.
Are there thin burn lines running top to bottom on your labels?
Unfortunately, thin lines may indicate that it’s time to replace your printhead. Over time elements in your printer’s printhead will burn out. When this happens, you will begin to notice thin lines that run from the top to the bottom of your labels. We can inspect your printhead and replace it if necessary.