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Duplexing Cannon MF6550 is duplexing everytime there is a job; printing, coping, and faxing. We have tried to restore factory settings and we have tried to cancel the duplexing with no resolve. Please help. Thank you.

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Someone has changed the settings on the unit. If you go into Additional Functions press set on Common Settings scroll to Paper feed switch and set it for Speed Priority not Print Side for each category. The only other thing that would cause this is that each individual setting was set for 2-sided in which case you would want to check Additional Functions and each one Copy Settings, Printer Settings and Fax settings.

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