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One of my employees use an Oki B4600. When she tries to print, it kicks the main tray out. This results in paper not being able to feed then it says paper jam (even though there is not an actual jam). Any...

Try to clean every rubber roller in the printer. Make some soft "paper" wet with vinniger (Juuice from grapes (not to drink but for in salad's)) and rub it over the rollers. So they can transport paper better.
If possible, removing the rollers, and then cleaning.


Dec 03, 2013 | OKI B4600 Printer

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Load paper in canon ir2270

if you print from pc, for example, on letter size paper but you printer is set to A4, it will ask you to load letter size paper, if you are sure this is not the case, then remove the paper cassette an look towards the top close to the feed rollers, you should see a small black lever hanging down, this detects the paper, if it is not there order one, if it is there then clean the sensor attached to it, also make sure your paper motor works and lifts up the paper towards the sensor lever when you close the cassette

Nov 03, 2013 | Canon iR2270

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Alarm light

Paper Jam:
Clear the paper jam.
If the printer does not automatically resume printing, press the control panel button.
No Paper/ Misfeed:
  • The paper cassette may be out of paper or not properly installed.
    If it is empty, load a new stack of paper into the paper cassette.
    If there is paper in the paper cassette, make sure it is straight.
    If the paper is curled, straighten it before printing. Sometimes it is helpful to remove the paper, turn the stack over and put it back in the paper cassette.
  • Reduce the amount of paper in the paper cassette, and then try again.
  • Make sure you use paper that meets Brother's recommended paper specifications.
  • Re-install the paper properly, and then press the control panel button. The printer will start printing again.

May 06, 2013 | Canon PIXMA MP495 InkJet Printer

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Paper size

It looks likes the unit comes with a Paper Cassette PCP-CP400 which is for Postcard Size paper. You should be able to reuse the Cassette for any postcard size paper. If you want to use L Size or Card Size paper you will likely need to purchase an additional cassette for that size.

Jan 01, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I cant find my manual how to i place the paper underneath so it feeds through the bottom

You can use the paper cassette located at the bottom of the printer, on the front when the output paper tray is closed concealing the paper feed switch, the usb port and the cassette lamp.
1 Gently pull out the cassette from the printer.
2. Remove the cover from the cassette.
3. Place your paper in the cassette tray.
a. when using A5 or larger sized paper (non standard sized paper, pinch the tab and extend the cassette if needed.
b. legal sized paper is not loadable in the cassette
4. Do not load paper above the load limit mar4k.
5. Make sure the print side of the paper is facing down.
6. Align the paper stack against the right side of the cassette
7. Slide the paper guides so they fit the loaded paper stack.
8. The paper cassette will hold up to 150 sheets of plain paper, however you do not eant to stack any more than 50 sheets in the Paper Output Tray.
9. Reinsert the cassette into the printer. Then set the cover on the cassette. Now make sure the cassette is pushed al the way into the printer. (If long paper was used and the cassette was extended iy will now extend beyond the front of the printer
10. Prepare the paper output tray by opening the front cover and pulling out the tray extension until extended completely.
11. Press the paper feed switch so the cassette lamp lights.

You can slo select the paper source with the printer driver if you prefer .

Mar 07, 2010 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have a Toshiba 3560 copier. Its stating 'CASSETTE OUT OF ORDER' Any suggestions on getting this beast up and purring again?

Either there is paper trapped behind that cassette preventing lifting mechanism from lifting paper up to feed height.....or the lift drive assembly has failed. Pull the tray out until it stops, then lift front side of cassette to release/remove it. Look into opening towards right. If no paper, turn copier off then on....this should clear the 'cassette out of order' message. Now, reinstall your cassette. Make sure there is less than approx. 1/2 inch of paper in cassette, then insert cassette fully. It should attempt to raise up....if you hear popping noise during lifting process, the lift drive assembly needs repaired.

Sep 15, 2009 | Toshiba Office Equipment & Supplies

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I am getting a supply Rec Paper Cassette alarm error. How do i fix this and have it work again.

Hi ..

This error comes when the paper is not loaded properly in the cassette ... Follow the below instructions to load the cassette and I am sure you will not get the error again.

  1. Grip the cassette handle, and pull it out towards you until the cassette comes to a stop.

  2. Open a package of paper, and remove the paper stack. small_note.gif black_dot.gif If the paper is curled, uncurl it before placing it in the cassette. Failure to do so will cause paper creases and a paper jam. black_dot.gif 17 lb to 20 lb bond (64 to 80 g/m2 ) paper is acceptable. black_dot.gif The cassette holds up to approximately 500 sheets of 20 lb bond (80 g/m2 ) paper.

  3. Load the paper stack beneath the cassette's length guide (1) and width guide's claw (2).
    load_paper_in_cassette.gif small_note.gif black_dot.gif Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the length and width guides' claws in the cassette. Failure to do so will cause a paper jam. black_dot.gif Do not load extra paper when there is still paper left in the cassette. black_dot.gif Only load one size of paper into the cassette. Do not load different sizes of paper into the cassette at the same time. black_dot.gif Do not load labels or transparencies into the cassette.

  4. Gently insert the cassette as far as it will go.
small_note.gif black_dot.gif The cassette is for plain paper, colored paper or recycled paper only. Loading other paper in the cassette may cause a paper jam. black_dot.gif If copies are curled, or a paper jam occurs, remove the paper stack from the cassette. Turn it over and then place it in the cassette. black_dot.gif If you load paper while making copies, do not load a different paper size.
Closing the cassette When closing the cassette, make sure to push it in completely as far as it will go. If copying is performed when the cassette is not pushed in completely, it will cause a paper jam.

If copy paper is sticking out of the cassette Sometimes, when you pull out the cassette, paper may stick out, as shown in the illustration below. Make sure that the paper is neatly loaded into the cassette, before you push the cassette back into the main unit.
Don't forget to vote if this helps ... Cheers :)

Jul 17, 2009 | Canon imageCLASS D860 All-In-One Laser...

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Panafax uf-790 - info code = 011

Check cassette refers to the paper cassette. If there is no paper or the cassette is not seated correctly, then you will get that error. If you tried those, then check the left rear of the cassette for a tab. If that tab is broken off you will get this error and you need a new paper cassette. Good luck.

Jun 14, 2008 | Panasonic Panafax UF-790 Plain Paper Laser...

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Printer error 1003

Bought an Epson printer. Cheaper than a repair

Jun 11, 2008 | Canon PIXMA iP1500 InkJet Photo Printer

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