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Paper Jam inside the printer Lexmark 5470

In order to see how my printer would print on an envelope, I put in half of a sheet of paper; it went in the printer and never came out. I tried again; the same thing happened. The paper is not visible. Now the printer does not print, but keeps repeating: ''Load the paper...'' I cannot find the manual, and do not know what to do. Please help.

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  • irena_braciu Dec 19, 2008

    I tried to remove the back part of the printer, but I could not. It does not look that you can do that without knpwing what exactly you are doing. I need more details. Thank you.



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Firstable, you need to remove these pieces of paper from your printer. It is possible just removing a part of the printer located in the back or the bottom of it. Then you need to know that if you want to print on an envelop, it's necessary to format the printing settings. Just go to printing format and choose envelop
and also the dimensions of the envelop you want to print, then after this it'll be simple.

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