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Iron on transfers keep jamming

These are heat transfers for t-shirts - specifically for laser printers and I cannot get one to go thru. I am feeding thru the bypass tray - any idea what media setting I should be using???

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  • orders587 Dec 19, 2008

    these are transfers for color laser copiers, not desktop printers - tried a different brand and they work fine. of course they are MUCH more $$. thanks!

  • Chris Coughlin
    Chris Coughlin May 11, 2010

    Where is the paper jamming? At the by-pass tray or the fixing unit? If it get jammed going in, you need to clean your paper feed rollers. If it gets jammed it maybe because you are using transfers for a printer, not for a copier. The temputure in the fixing unit in a copier is alot Higher then in a printer. That may be the problem. Also, when you choose the bypass do you select the paper type?



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Make sure you have the size corrrect on the tray setting, if you have to you can create a custom size paper.
Also set the paper or media type to Heavy 2. Or heavyweight 2.

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