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Please determine what size you are trying to print (A4, Letter, Legal, etc.). The printer is requesting A4 sized paper in the maunal paper feeder becuase either you selected manual feed or the setting for the default try (usually tray 1) is not set to the correct paper size. In your case, make sure the green slide adjustment on tray 1 is set to A4.
just a point of interest have you tried this and have you set the size let it take, turn off for like 12 seconds and turn back on. to me its the same as with windows rebooting after any software change, they may not tell you but i always shut it off then back on to save any kind of setting or program, it may be a wasted step but i do it anyway.
the default paper settings Make sure that the default paper size matches the width and length of the paper loaded in the tray. If the paper loaded in the tray is different from the paper size setting, the printer might print blank pages. For instance, the issue might occur if legal size paper (215 x 355 mm (8.5 x 14 in)) is in the tray, and the paper size setting is letter (215 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in)).
Follow these steps to check the default paper settings. Click the Windows icon Click Hardware and Sounds Click Printers Right-click the icon for the product, and then click Properties Click Printing Preferences Click the Features tab. Compare the settings in the Size drop-down menu with the paper in the tray. If the paper in the tray is not the size in the Size drop-down menu, change the setting: a.Click the Size drop-down list, and select more. The Size is window opens. b.Select the size of the paper that is in the tray, and then click ok. c.Click OK in the Printing Preferences window, and then click OK in the Properties window.
This sounds like you are setting the size in the application rather than the printer system properties.
To set the system printer properties, Click on Start>Control Panel>Printers
Select the Kyocera >Properties
Set the desired paper size, click OK.
The paper size should remain as selected until you decide to change it again.
You will still be able to temporarily change the printer properties for the application job.
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A4 is for european size, if you are printing on a letter size this is a mismatched.
you need to change your files printer properties to A4 or letter size, or change your printer paper size.
better yet cancel this document and send it again , this time by checking the printer properties was set to your desired paper size
Please print a configuration page from the control panel of the printer
- Menu > Information menu > print configuration.
- Check for paper handling details.
Following setting should reflect.
Tray 1: Any size / Any Type
Tray 2: A4 size / Plain Type
If the above settings are not reflecting in the configuration page, please change accordingly by browsing on the control panel of the printer to:
Paper Handling Menu >
Tray 1 Size: Any
Tray 1 Type: Any
Tray 2 Size: A4
Tray 2 Type: Plain
Open the paper drawer
Remove the paper
There is a blue paper size plate,that keep the paper in the correct posision,Push it to the front and downwarts.The paper plate should come loose from the tray.Put it back in the openning for the A4.The openning for the A4 papersize is mark inside the paper tray.
Now set the blue papersize dail to A4 paper .
Then you are ready to copy with A4 paper.
Check the paper size setting in the printer. Set it to the paper size you normally use such as A4 and the default tray. Check the default paper size in the printer driver in your computer and the default tray. Finally, check the paper size of the document you are printing. If all these match, it should not try to be smart and ask you to feed paper.
If the blue guide in the back of the tray (called the length plate adjuster) is broken or dislodged, the machine may not recognize what size paper is installed. When the guide is moved, three arms on the right side of the paper tray change configuration. Those arms push against sensors in the machine to tell the printer what size paper is in the tray. You can temporarily resolve this by taping the guide in the A4 position, however you should consider replacing the tray or replacing the guide soon to avoid tape getting into the printer.