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Machine won't print, copy or receive a fax

The read alarm flashes constantly. The display reads: Supply rec. paper tray: LTR. The paper tray has been removed and and there is no
paper jam. How do I clear the machine?

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With red button stop the copy, or switch off and on.

If you print on this unit make sure that you did choose a right format of paper (A4,A5,...)

You can change the format ap printer properties or preferences

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