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Hp laserjet4 printer will not print labels or envelopes

I started a new job and am trying to print labels and envelopes. The following message comes up: MP LOAD COM10. I cannot find an instructor's manual for the hp laserjet4 printer. I appreciate any help.

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  • bernietaylor Feb 17, 2009

    mbrownva

    Thanks for responding so quickly. I am really computer illiterate. I went to File, Print, Properties, Manual Paper Feed. I did this because I am trying to print Avery removable labels 1 1/2" x 4" (3 per sheet). I got the template for Avery 5075 and saved it as a word document. That's why I did not choose the Envelope/Labels option under Tools. Am I on the right track?

  • bernietaylor Feb 19, 2009

    I got the envelope to print, but still cannot get any labels.

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MP LOAD,
PC LOAD, or
LC LOAD
paper size,or
envelope size
The printer received a request for a paper or
envelope size not available in the printer.
MP LOAD: Load MP Tray with the requested
media. If the size is not selected in the printer
control panel, use the [MP[Paper[Size] key to enter
the requested size, or press [Shift] + [Continue] to
draw the requested size from another source, if
available.
Note: If MP LOAD remains in the display, you may
have to clear the buffer by resetting the printer.
Press [Shift] + [Reset].

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • mbrownva Feb 17, 2009

    Open the FRONT door on the printer and load the media manually into the tray

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