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Optra T610 Print Problem

Right side of the page doesn't print. My margins are set at one inch each, but four spaces are missing from right-hand side. Then if I move the margin in on the right, everything prints correctly. The work I do, though, has to have an inch margin. Any suggestions?

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    same thing happens with my printer at work i also get error load mp feeder plain letters

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Your paper size settings for Tray 1 is probably wrong. Make sure it is set to Letter and the type is Plain Paper. If your Paper size is Universal, then either the paper guide in the tray is set wrong or the paper size sensor is broken. If the sensor is broken, you can disable auto paper size sensing so the printer will allow you to specify a paper size. To disable paper size sensing, you need to go into Config Mode. The other way is to send a PJL command to the printer to disable the function.

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