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Performing The Printing From Receiving History - Brother GTX-4 Instruction Manual

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6-7-3. Performing the printing from receiving history

You can print out such print data that you have received before.
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The print data that can be retained are max. 100 pieces of them and 800 MB in total capacity, wherein each print data will be
erased in the order from the oldest to the latest.
When the power is turned off, the retained print data is erased.
In the event that [ON] is selected from the [Auto Job Delete] in the [Printer Setting] window, the print function in the [Receiving
History] is disabled. To change the setting, refer to "8-11. Automatic deletion of print data >>P.229".
(1)
From the menu, select a print data you want to print out in the [Receiving History].
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Each of the pieces of print data is displayed in the order in which they are received from the newest to the oldest ones.
(2)
Make sure that the print data you want to print out is displayed on the liquid crystal panel, and press the print button
to start the printing.
When the printing is completed, the platen moves to the forward-most position and the sound of "pong" is heard.
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If the print button is pressed when the platen has not moved toward the front, the platen will move toward the front of the
printer, but no print job will be started. In this case, press the print button once again.
Pressing
The printer may shift to low temperature operation mode, when the room temperature is less than 18°C (64.4°F) and white
ink is used.
During low temperature mode, it may take a longer time for print operation and maintenance before starting the print. To
change the low temperature operation mode, refer to "8-5. Print Operation Settings Under Low Temperature >>P.227".
causes the printing to be canceled.
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