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Panasonic KX-P1624

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I'm trying to find a manual on this printer, any suggestions on where to look. Panasonics page didn't have one.
I need it for adjusting the settings, such as the pitch
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Is epson command set compatible. Standard FX-80/286 etc. will work.

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I'm not sure I follow what you are saying, please give me more detail
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If you can't find the Panasonic specific codes, you can use the *same* codes as are used on an Epson. In the dotmatrix world, Epson set the standard for printer command sets. In the laser world it is the hp. If you use Epson codes in your application they should work even though your printer is a Panasonic.

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