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How to set paper tray ir 6570 - Canon IMAGERUNNER 6570 Copier

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SOURCE: how to change the setting for the paper tray

Hey!Its either a round knob that u can turn to the size paper u want or a slide blue lever u can adjust!Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 08, 2010

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check the legal size on the glass and measure it with ur paper.this is common problem as these machines are designed for specific country papers and most times the legal paper of different countries differ .no solution dear .try using the bypass tray

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When you were replacing the drum did you tuch the drum surface?Best would be that you take some toner on piece of cloth, and polish the drum, while turning it in good direction, that the cleaning blade can clean it.After you must let it copy about 50 copies.

You can try to replace the whole drum unit cexv14, or clean the laser unit.

Also could it be that the toner unit, or toner cleaning blade are not properly distibutes the toner accross the developing/toner cylinder

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My IR 6570 feeder only detect A4 paper and not F4/Legal paper and some times misread the paper

check the legal size on the glass and measure it with ur paper.this is common problem as these machines are designed for specific country papers and most times the legal paper of different countries differ .no solution dear .try using the bypass tray

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I don't know if this addresses your problem, but check this link. If Canon has not already repaired your unit (since September 2006), they may help you out.

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Canon Imagerunner 6970

Hello. To start with, you have indicated that you have a "6970" canon copier. I am unaware of the existence of that model and will therefore assume you meant 6570. I mean no disrespect in this clarification if it is indeed appropriate. With that in mind your problem with the copier may be quite easy to solve. Unless you have had a professional field engineer recently service your machine and totally "reprogram" the device which would cause a need for calibrations that are usually unnecessary then here is the most likely cause. You should have a minimum of four paper trays in which tray 1 and 2 are strictly letter size. Trays 3 and 4 are "universal " trays that allow the customer to configure the trays to any size they wish. Depending on the setting of the side guides of the paper tray that hug the paper from the rear and the front and the end guide that snugs against the left side or "trailing" edge of the paper (these are necessary to make sure the paper is secure and does not "float" around in the paper tray) the copier should "recognize " the size of paper it will be feeding. If any of these 3 paper guides are not positioned properly then the copier can and will incorrectly read the paper size in the tray as soon as you shut the tray the copier will then modify the image to fit (or not fit) the original to that paper size .U2 , in brief, is a "custom " size and is rarely appropriate. In the event the copier has in fact had a significant circuit board or programming change then the copier will not read the position of these paper guides correctly. Lets hope it is the former as the latter will be a service call that requires a trained technician to re-calibrate the copier. To conclude, check to make sure the guides around the paper are securely against the paper.I hope this helps.

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