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- Connection & Pairing Issues
Connection & Pairing Issues
Bluetooth printers connect wirelessly to the iPad. This section focuses on that connection and the link between devices.
Follow these steps to troubleshoot the pairing process.
Check printer setup in ShopKeep to see if the printer is switched on.
Kitchen Ticket printing is not available for the Bluetooth 650II printer, instead use the SP700 Ethernet Printer.
The 650II must be in Pairing Mode to connect to the iPad. Here’s how to re-connect:
1 On the back of the printer, hold the red PAIR button for 8 ~ 12 seconds.
The light on the back will blink and stay in pairing mode for 60 seconds.
2 On the iPad, visit Settings then Bluetooth.
3 Tap Star Micronics under My Devices.
If you see an automatic Bluetooth Pairing Request, tap Pair.
4 Once Connected, open ShopKeep.
5 On the Control Panel, tap Hardware Setup, Printer Setup, and tap the switch next to Star Micronics to turn it on.
When the 650II is connected properly some hardware issues may occur, with lights on the front indicating what’s wrong.
This indicates that either the printer’s cover is open or the paper is not loaded correctly. Open the cover, make sure the paper is loaded properly, and close the lid.
A flashing red light indicates the printer’s paper is either low or has run out. Open the cover and insert a new roll.
Try these troubleshooting steps in the order listed.
- Open the printer’s cover, remove the paper, and reload it.
- Close the printer’s cover and power the printer off.
- In the iPad Settings app, turn off Bluetooth and turn the printer back on.
- Hold down the PAIR button on the back of the printer for 10 seconds.
- Turn Bluetooth back on and tap Star Micronics to pair.
- If you see an Automatic Bluetooth Pairing request, tap Pair.