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Trouble printing envelopes on kodak esp3 printer

When I try to print envelopes it always says wrong paper size. So I try to reset the setup on the paper size it says to not change it. So I set it back and it still gives the same error "Wrong Paper Size" Please Help

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  • mulong4342 Mar 03, 2009

    Trouble printing 3 5/8 x 6 1/2 envelopes. Will not print if I put envelope over to the right. Have to allign envelope slightly away from right edge -- then does not always print properly as the envelope is not set snuggly against right edge and feeds in crookedly. It took 30 minutes to properly print 5 envelopes. Please advise.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    Solution #1 simply repeats the directions that the users manual has--the problem is when I do all this, the printer fails to print and tells me I'm using the wrong paper size. I need to know what to do next.

  • danielle_sim May 03, 2009

    I'm trying to print my wedding invitations on my Kodak ESP-3. The paper size is 12.6cm wide x 18.7cm long. I've adjusted the paper settings on the word document to match the paper size. It is printing off the right side of the paper and not centre. Someone has just suggested that maybe this printer does not take that size paper?? HELP!! I'm running out of time an patience!

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    kodak esp3 printer
    only prints very small font

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Have you tried this procedure?
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Loading Envelopes
You can load plain envelopes into the paper tray of your Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One printer.
Important Do not use envelopes with cutouts or cellophane windows.
1 Remove any other paper from the paper tray.
2 Insert one or more envelopes into the right side of the paper tray with the print side down and
the envelope flaps on the right, pointing left.

3 Squeeze the paper-width guide and move it to its right-most position up against the envelopes.
4 Leave the paper tray open while the envelopes are loaded.

If you have and it's not printing correctly, there is probably a problem with the document you're trying to print.

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Put a few small pieces of tape on the back on the envelope and tape it to the paper, print a test run of the adress and tape the envelope over the adress in the correct spot.

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I followed all above steps and also updated drivers from Kodak.com, not a fix. Is it possible that Word 7 is the underlying problem?
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