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Rip-Queue indicates printing is in progress by displaying a percent status, but then it drops the print job, and nothing prints (with an Ethernet connection). What should I do?

    Make sure your network cables are properly connected. If the connection is fine, try the following:

    • Make sure the IP address is the same in Rip-Queue and on the printer.
      1. Click Configure Printer.
      2. Select the Device tab > Configure Port > TCP/IP > Configure.
      3. Verify that the IP address in the software matches the IP address on your printer. To see your printer's IP address, select Menu > Printer Settings > Network Settings > IP.
    • If you are printing to the Windows COM driver, make sure you have the correct profile assigned in the COM driver.

      Note: The entire job must spool before printing begins.

Published:  Apr 10, 2015 Was this helpful​? Thank you for the feedback!
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