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Printer setting I'm trying to print some regular size envelopes and would like them to release out the rear of the machine as opposed to curving around and coming out on top. Could you please advise how to change this? Thank you! Bev

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Bev,

It depends on which model of Kyocera Printer you have. Please clarify. With most models it can be controlled from the front panel, by selecting the correct EXIT selection for FACE UP. When the clutch engages you will hear it change from the FACE DOWN (top) tray to the rear exit.

I would however suggest that you use a good quality brand of envelopes and DO NOT ATTEMPT to use envelopes with PEEL-n-STICK flaps as this can damage the drum, developer and fuser resulting in costly repairs and voiding any warranty that you might have.

Hope that this helps you out. I used to work as a Systems and Design Engineer for Kyocera-Mita America for nearly 6 years and have more than 15 years copier and printer experience, and know these machines quite well, inside and out.

Cheers,

Keith

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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