Question about Lexmark C532n Color Laser Printer
Yes.it is possible.you will just have to select the legalsize in the printer properties to print on the legal size paper.if not selected the printout will get cut little bit from its end. ok.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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These defects normally occur when printing is attempted on unsupported media or when the printer is set up for a different type of media than the media that is actually loaded into the machine.
Check your media and ensure that it is suitable for use in the printer. Refer to the printer's user manual for information on supported media types and weights. Is the media you are printing on supported in the printer?
Ensure that the paper type is set accurately on the printer operator panel (go to Menu/Paper Menu/Size-Type/Tray1/Type). Is the paper type set correctly on the printer operator panel?
Change the paper weight setting to heavy on the printer operator panel (go to Menu/Paper Menu/Size-Type/Tray1/Type/Heavy Paper/Check button). Try printing your document again. Did the error return? If the error returns, please contact Lexmark Technical Support for further assistance.
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The 200.16 jam indicates that the input sensor was covered when the printer was powered on or reset, or a cover was opened/closed.
You may also check the following:
1. The paper being used is within specification and has been loaded correctly.
2. Any previous jams have been completely removed.
3. The printing environment is within acceptable temperature and humidity ranges.
4. If the tray was overfilled or a paper jam occurred, sheets of paper may have come off the media stack.
5. If you don
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