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Loading paper this machine has a spindle or rod to load a roll of paper onto, and I have tryed to figure out how to put the roll on his rod. On each end of the rod, is something that looks like A KEY, but it does not come off ! How do I load my michine?

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  • cschinck May 11, 2010

    I have this same copier but I don't know what you mean by a rod or spindle to load a roll of paper on. It should have a paper drawer at the bottom and paper rollers that feed paper up from it.

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I know this product and I have serviced it before.
I am a retired Xerox Service Representative.
Can you give me more details about this area.
I am not familiar, "by a roll of paper."
This machine can be fitted with one or two paper trays and has a by-pass feed tray, and a document feeder.
I do not know of roll paper that can be fed in this machine.
Thank you, I ook forward in hearing from you to resove this problem.

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