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FS3920 kyocera creasing envelopes in envelope mode

Hi can you help we are trying to print DL envelops using our new FS-3920DN printer we have pushed both green tabs at the back and put the printer in envelope mode but the printer is still creasing the envelopes when exiting

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SOURCE: envelope printing

did you go to the menu in the printer and set it in yhe paper options to envelope? You MUST also set it in the PC.

Go to

1- file

2-Print

3-right click on your printer

4-Properties

5-Device settings

6- set tray 1  to envelope

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

Soulvisitor
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SOURCE: Printing Envelopes

Must use Tray 1 bpass to feed labels, on word change media type to envelopes ie page size,paper type and on printer set tray1 paper type to envelopes

Posted on Dec 11, 2007

SOURCE: Printing DL envelope on Canon Pixma iP4600

its not the problem of your way of operation, its the limitation of of the printer.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you print envelopes on the Canon Pixma iP460

I print envelopes a lot for my business.
What I do is I use the regular paper feed, and I open the flap on the envelope so that it's flatter. Simply slide the paper guide to adjust to the size of the envelope.
Also, typically the orientation for printing envelopes is sideways. You put the left edge of the envelope in the printer first. If you are unsure of the orientation, simply do your first print on plain paper. Then you'll know how to insert the envelope.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

don_farr
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SOURCE: how do i print envelopes on a kyocera ecosys FS-1300d

Just a suggestion but in the application you are using, make sure the "Page Setup" is set to the envelope you need and the source for the envelope is correct.

Also, check the driver settings to make sure they match what the application needs.

Don

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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Don

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