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Paper feed I want to print multiple copies and have chosen the number but it only prints one copy at a time. This is a first. What am I not doing?

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    I had already done that and tried everything else too

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In the printer dialogue that pops up prior to printing choose the number of copies
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The Brother MFC-240C is a well-performing multifunction color printer. There is a lot that it can do, but one limitation it has is the inability to make double-sided copies. If you need to make a duplex copy of something, you can do it manually by re-feeding the paper once you've copied the first side.

After the first side of the page has been printed, let the paper sit for a minute or so to make sure the ink has dried. Then, put it back into the paper tray on the top of the stack. Make sure the back side of the page (the side that has not been printed on yet) is facing down, and the lead edge of the page (the edge that was fed out of the printer first) is facing toward the inside of the printer, rather than toward you.

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I have an imagerunner 2800 and it only seems to jam in the tray loading area, just bends the long side of the paper randomly. It changes it's performance just like the weather, sometimes I can get multiple...


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Do not load the following types of paper in the paper drawer. Doing so may cause a paper jam.
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