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Dymo LabelWriter Wireless - Getting to know your new label printer

Saturday, 16 September 2017  |  Dymo Sales

Getting to know your new LabelWriter Wireless Printer

Your LabelWriter Wireless printer is a direct thermal printer and does not use ink or toner. Instead, the printer uses heat from a thermal print head to print on specially treated, heat-sensitive labels. Labels are the only supplies you will ever need to buy.

 

Power 

The button turns the label printer power on and off. After five minutes of inactivity, the printer will enter power-saving mode and the power status light will glow.

Label Feed buttons 

The label forward feed button on the side of the printer advances a single label. The label reverse feed button reverses the label out of the label exit slot and is used to remove labels from the printer when changing rolls.

Label Release Lever 

The label release lever releases the pressure of the print head from the labels so that the labels can be easily removed from the label exit slot.

Label Guide 

The label guide is important for narrower labels such as address labels and other specialty labels. The label guide helps keeps the labels aligned properly against the left edge of the label slot so the labels will feed properly.

Wireless Status Light 

The wireless status light visually shows the current wireless state of the printer.

WPS Button

The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button can be used to connect the printer to your WPS-enabled router. You have two minutes to press both the WPS button on your router and on the printer. 

For information about whether your router supports WPS, refer to the documentation that came with your router.

RESET

Pressing the RESET button for longer than five seconds returns the printer to the factory default settings. This will delete any network or other settings you may have saved.

Short press (1-5 seconds)

Restarts the printer without deleting your settings.

Long press (more than 5 seconds)

Deletes all the printer settings and returns the printer to the default factory settings. The printer starts up in Access Point mode and the quick setup wizard automatically starts when you connect to the printer from your computer.