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Setting Oki3320 page feed

I have a new oki ml3320, everytime i change the paper & load it, i have to move the paper back before i can start printing. How do i set it to stop at the correct place?

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Re: Setting Oki3320 page feed

Try Okidata's online site I didn't see that specific model, but a similiar model should setup the same.

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Paper Loading

Rear Feed, Continuous Forms

Use the rear-feed path for printing on single-thickness,

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