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Paper feeding I'm printing business cards, two sided, and I always get that exclamation point that says to make sure the lever is in the right place. I don't know what lever they are talking about, but I do know that ever other sheet I print, one side starts printing about a half inch closer to the top so when the cards are split apart, the printing is off the page. This paper is expensive!! How do I prevent this from happening? Thanks, Nancy

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I beleive it is the paper thickness lever on the right side when you lift up the scanner section.
Here is the setup guide:
http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/cx66__/cx66__pg.pdf

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