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Heavyweight paper trying to use heavyweight paper and have tried to make adjustment to no avail.

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First tell me the paper weight , so that we can check if it is supported.

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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    Ginko Oct 26, 2008

    This printer had been designed to work with thick photo paper, and will load heavy paper automatically, with no need to additional set up, and has problems only with thin papers that can cause paper jams quite easily.

    Check the manual at pages 32 to 38 here HP PSC 2350 series all-in-one.

    If you have problems loading the heavy weight paper, then let me know the kind of paper, and give me details on the specific problem, so that I can provide more help.

    Thanks


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