How Do You Replace Dymo LetraTag Ink?

Dymo LetraTag ink does not need replaced, as the machine does not use ink. Instead, it uses thermal transfer printing. If the print seems to fade, simply change the machine’s batteries, or clean the print head with the provided cleaning wand. If the print is still faded, check that the cassette is pushed into the compartment.

Dymo LetraTag personal label makers are handheld and suitable for home and office use. It has a graphical LCD display screen that shows up to 13 characters, the font and effects before printing. It prints on LetraTag labels, which come in iron-on, magnetic, plastic, metallic and paper. The label maker itself has a magnetic holder for easy wall hanging and employs an ABC keyboard in lieu of the traditional QWERTY design.

LetraTag offers two-line printing and 195 symbols. Five font sizes are available, alongside seven print styles and eight box styles. It has a date stamp, boasts a nine-label memory, and offers English-, French- and Spanish-language printing. Its thermal print technology eliminates the need for ribbons, toner cartridges and ink. The LetraTag runs on 4 AA batteries with a back-up AC adaptor, and it comes equipped with 1/2-inch clear label cassette, 1/2-inch paper label cassette and a warranty card.