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Supply rec paper
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: supply rec. paper Tray:LTR
Sorry i said he reset it, he actually cleaned the feed rollers and run a bypass to allign the feed drive unit, I am getting him back in so i will keep you all posted on the outcome
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
My problem was that I was trying to print from a PDF file. I found out that the file was legal size and that the setting for the printer to "choose paper source by PDF size" was checked. I unchecked it so that it would print on letter size paper. Hope this helps
Posted on May 06, 2009
OK, I was having a similar problem: Tray full of paper and tray adjusted properly.
Whatever I tried, the printer kept saying load paper.
I went to print menu>properties button (windows XP this is next to the printer name)>paper source tab.
It tuned out that the paper source had been changed from cassette to multi-purpose tray.
Change it back to cassette and you should be golden.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: msg:supply rec paper
Ya, I had that same problem too; I was printing something that was over printing margins, and then i had the message "supply rec. paper......" on the lcd screen. I ended up fixing the problem by clearing/canceling all the documents i was printing on my computer, and clearing/canceling all the documents saved inside the MEMORY OF THE PRINTER (note the green light with the "memory, in use" which means it's probably still trying to print the document that's too big, so it wont print anything else). (<--- not sure if that was your problem, but it was mine)
Anyways, to clear the memory inside the printer, i pressed the "status monitor" button located to the left of the "B&W start" button, and then i scrolled over to "print status, select job to cancel" and canceled all jobs, and then once i canceled all jobs, the alarm disappeared, and it was fixed XD
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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