When I print both sides with my 1320 laserjet, it prints one side, and pulls the sheet back in as to print the other side. But it stops before it prints the other side, and indicates there is a paper jam. But there is no evidence of this. What could be the problem? Thanks, Tom
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Make sure the Automatic Duplexing option is enabled:
Enter Control Panel then Devices and Printers.
Right click the printer icon, then Printer Properties.
Click the Device Settings tab.
Set the Automatic Two-Sided Duplex Accessory as installed and click OK to save.
Now Automatic Duplexing should become available. My LaserJet 1320 will no longer do duplex printing with Windows 8
Symptom: Your LaserJet 4350 prints just fine until you try to print a double-sided page. Then you see the page start to exit, pull back in, then stop. The Data light continues flashing green, and the display reads, "Processing..." There is no error indication, but the machine won't print the second side and continues to hold the half-printed paper in the duplexer. If you open the top cover and close it again, the printer will eject the page, then try to print the whole thing again, unless you're quick enough to cancel the job first.
Cause: The printer is expecting a different sized paper than what it's running. Often it's not the menu settings, but a little lever in the paper tray itself. Pull out the paper tray you're trying to print from and look for a little blue lever on top of its right-hand side. The lever is labeled "Standard/Custom." Flip it to Standard (parallel to the tray side) and your problem should go away.
Do you have the 1320D or just a 1320. Only the D version will duplex automatically. The base version requires you to manually duplex. If you are sure you have the duplex version, then check the settings in the print driver and make sure it shows that the duplex option is installed. The driver often defaults to no duplexer.
Sir, the Hp LaserJet 2015n printer CANNOT automatically do duplex printing since the printer does not include mechanism and paper storage areas to cycle the paper through the printer a second time and print on the reverse side.
Manual duplex printing can be done as follows: Choose duplex printing and remove all sheets after the printing is complete. Turn the sheets over while preserving the orientation and insert them in the paper feed path.
I have an HP 1020 laserjet printer which is similar to the 2015.
Try printing from several applications, and see if the problem follows one spesific app. It might be an application problem. If the problem remains, try printing with another driver. Both PCL and PS. Try to avoid HP's universal drivers. Try printing direct to the printer and via the printserver. If the problems still remains, perform a Cold Reset. Still error, replace the system board.
Hi I had the same problem on a couple of machines I tried uninstalling and reinstalling but no luck.
Then I changed the Print Processor (printer Properties- Advanced Tab - Print Processor) it was set to HPZPP041 I changed it to Winprint and it worked
You can't print on both sides you miss • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing" you're model doesn't have it. Read below:
Shown at left: HP LaserJet 9000 series, base unit—LaserJet 9000
base unit =
• 50 ppm print speed
• first page out in less than 8 seconds
• built-in RIP-once technology
• 300,000 pages-per-month duty cycle
• 64 MB memory
• EIO expansion slots
LaserJet 9000n = base unit + • HP
Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
• 100-sheet multipurpose tray LaserJet 9000dn = base unit + • HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal
print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
• 100-sheet multipurpose tray • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing
LaserJet 9000hns = base unit + • HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal
print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing
• 2000-sheet input tray
• 3000-sheet stapler/stacker
Managed to solve this myself: I disassembled the printer and noticed there was a paper jammed in the duplex tray. Rolls were all ok, but the paper blocked the use of the duplex pathway. For disassembly help check the HP 1320 service manual, which you can find on the net as a PDF.