Troubleshooting: Dymo LabelManager 160 / 210D / 280 printer reports Label jam! error
11 CommentsWednesday, 30 June 2021 | Tech Support
The LabelManager 160 / 210D / 280 labellers can give a "label Jam!" error, which can be caused by a motor stall or stuck cassette label tape.
Sometimes new tapes, or tape that has been in the machine for a long while, can stick and the motor does not have enough power to turn it. So take out the label cassette and pull out an inch or so of tape with your fingers to make sure that the tape comes out freely.
If you still get a Tape Jam! error, then Dymo recommends manually turning the spindle -
If both of these fail you can try a factory reset, but if that doesn't work either you should return the Dymo 160 as faulty to your supplier (if new), or contact Dymo support (www.dymo.com) for a replacement (if still in warranty).
Machines covered by this fix: LM160, LM210D, LM280 label printers.