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Most card jams in a badge printer are the result of too much static electricity buildup between the PVC cards.  The static electricity causes the cards to stick together and when the badge printer takes a card from the card hopper it will inadvertently take two, which causes a jam and an annoying no...

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Broken Ribbon

Does this image look familiar?  If it does than you have encountered the frustrating feeling of having your ID Card Printer snap your ribbon in half.  Do not throw the ribbon away this is an easy fix.

Steps:

  1. 1. Cut off the excess crinkled ribbon with a pair of scissors
  2. 2. Use a piece of tape (the width...
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A video tutorial on how to clean a Fargo printer using Fargo 82133 iso-propyl alcohol cleaning cards.

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Dye Migration

 

Most people who wear ID cards put their badge through alot of wear and tear. This includes exposing badges to UV rays, heat, and rubbing.  A way to increase you cards life span is to add lamination.  The clear overlay that that comes standard with most ribbons does a good job of protecting your bad...

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