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How do I print the on-board test page from my ViewPlus embosser?

How do I print the on-board test page from my embosser?

Every ViewPlus Embosser contains an on-board test page which is used for debugging print issues. To ensure that your embosser is functioning as expected you can print the on-board test page from each embosser by following these steps: 

Elite and Premier:

  1. Ensure that the embosser is turned off.
  2. Load wide-format paper in to the tractor feed.
  3. Hold down the Play / Up Arrow button on the operator panel while simultaneously turning on the embosser. 
  4. Let go of the Play / Up Arrow button when the embosser begins printing the test page. 
  5. If the embosser prints this two-sided document, without error, then the embosser is functioning properly. 
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Cub Jr., Cub, and Max: 

  1. Ensure that the embosser is turned off. 
  2. Load wide-format paper in to the tractor feed, or single sheet feed if selected. 
  3. Hold down the Cancel button on the operator panel while simultaneously turning on the embosser. 
  4. Let go of the Cancel button when the embosser begins printing the test page. 
  5. If this single sided document embosses both braille and graphics correctly, then the embosser is functioning properly. 
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EmPrint / SpotDot:

  1. Ensure that the embosser is turned off.
  2. Load Letter or A4 paper in to the paper tray.
  3. Hold down the Pause / Down Arrow button on the operator panel while simultaneously turning on the embosser.
  4. Let go of the Pause / Down Arrow button when the embosser begins printing the test page.
  5. If this single sided ink and braille document embosses correctly, then the embosser is functioning properly. 
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VP EmBraille:

  1. Ensure that the embosser is turned off.
  2. Load letter or A4 paper in to the tractor feed, or single sheet feed if selected.
  3. Hold down the Load, Eject / Up Arrow button on the operator panel while simultaneously turning on the embosser.
  4. Let go of the Load, Eject / Up Arrow button when the embosser begins printing the test page.
  5. If this single sided document embosses both braille and graphics correctly, then the embosser is functioning properly. 
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 Last updated Wed, Mar 25 2015 6:02pm

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