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My kyocera printer has two input trays with different stationary. The problem occurs when tray 1 runs out of paper, it defaults to tray 2, thus using the wrong stationary. How can i disable TRAY 1 from defaulting to Tray2.?

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Go to installed printer location, right click on your installed printer, click on properties you will find the paper source there and change it accordingly.

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