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I need the paper tray (the one after printing for a Copystar cs-1435

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You will have to call a CopyStar dealer or a Kyocera-Mita dealer to get that part.

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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My printer is constantly jamming papers. What maybe the cause and how can I prevent or solve this?


Its possible the paper is not good for the printer or the internals are dirty. Check your printer physically and run the cleaning option and try again.

To avoid a jam:
  1. Use only one kind of paper at a time in your input tray.
  2. Whether you have a single input tray in your printer's driver or many input trays, tell the printer what kind of paper you have in the tray: Most printer controls include a section or drop-down list where you can pick a paper by name, type, thickness, or other quality.
  3. If you aren't sure whether your printer takes a certain kind of paper, check its documentation.
  4. When you reload your input tray, pay attention to the tray's needs, such as how the paper should be loaded and whether the length or width guides need adjusting.

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HP OfficeJet Pro 8600 tray can't be inserted all the way. Stops with 3 inches of tray sticking out.


  1. Grasp the handle on the front of the input tray, and then pull the tray towards you to open it.
    Figure 1: Pull out the input tray

  2. Slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.
  3. Remove all paper from the paper tray.
  4. Inspect and remove any foam or tape packaging materials in the paper tray.
  5. Insert a stack of unused, plain white paper (with the print-side down) in the center of the tray.

    Figure 2: Load paper into the tray


    CAUTION: Do not load any paper above the solid red lines on the sides of the tray. Do not use torn, wrinkled, perforated, wet, or folded paper. Make sure to remove all paper clips and staples before loading the paper. Figure 3: Stack label height

  6. Slide the paper guides in so that they rest against the edges of the paper, and then insert the tray into the product and push it forward until it clicks into place.

    Figure 4: Slide the paper guides in and reinsert the tray into the product

  7. Pull out the tray extender on the output tray.

    Figure 5: Pull out the tray extender on the output tray


Step two: Load paper in optional Tray 2

Tray 2 is an optional accessory. Follow these steps to load paper in Tray 2.
NOTE: Tray 2 supports only plain letter or A4 paper.

  1. Grasp the underside of the tray, and then pull out the tray from the bottom of the printer.
    Figure 6: Pull out the tray from the bottom of the printer

  2. Slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.
  3. Load a stack of unused, plain white paper (print-side down) in the center of the tray. Make sure that the stack of paper aligns with the engraved lines in the tray.

    NOTE: Load Tray 2 with only U.S. Letter or A4 plain white paper.
  4. Slide the paper guides in so that they rest against the edges of the paper.
  5. Carefully reinsert the tray into the printer, and then push the tray forward to close it.

    Figure 7: Reinsert the tray into the printer

  6. Pull out the tray extender on the output tray.

    Figure 8: Pull out the tray extender

Load specialty paper Follow these steps to load specialty paper such as card stock, envelopes, photo paper, or labels.
Before you proceed, verify that your printer supports the specialty paper on which you are attempting to print by viewing the product specifications . If the size, type, or weight of the paper is not available, the printer does not support printing it. Also note the tray loading capacity for the type of paper on which you are attempting to print.

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How do you print on legal paper from memory?


You have sent a fax? Or you have received a fax.
If you have sent it, it's gone and can't be printed.
If you have received it, then you obviously have to put legal paper in the tray, and program the paper size in your system settings to tell the machine it is Legal paper in the tray. However, once again, if it has already printed the fax (likely on 2 pages) then it's gone from memory and can't be re-printed.

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I don't know where to load 8.5 x 14 paper in a CopyStar CS 2050


Pull down the by-pass tray on the right side.

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Your developer units are leaking.

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Problem with Brother MFC-9420CN


This happened on my MFC-9420CN. It turns out the there are blue tabs inside the paper tray that hold the paper in place. If the tabs are not touching the paper, you'll get this "Check Paper Size" error. The printer thinks that you have loaded a different paper tray.

Don P. Greensboro, NC

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MESSAGE O A PANAFAX UF-790 STATES CHECK CASSETTE MESSAGE IN MEMORY


Check cassette means the paper feed tray. Pull out the paper tray, put in fresh paper. Close the paper tray and see if it starts to print. If not, let me know Ed

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