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This model printer does not have wireless capability, BUT it has a network card that allows it to be connected to a LAN. Network ready Users can share the printer across a network
with the built-in Network Interface Card. NetSpot Device Installer
ensures quick and simple set up.
Use a damp lint free cloth and clean the feeder rollers. Print out a configuration page to make sure that the printer recognizes that the feeder is installed. Usually the envelope feeder problems stem from age and/or dirty rollers. Make sure that your software app sees that the feeder is attached.
take the tray out and look at the bottom where the paper goes in maybe its dirty or there is a paper stuck or the roller doean not move
i dont know what model you have but if you have manuel feed try it and see if the printer is ok so you know that its only the tray feeder
Click this link (click here), open it and select the Operating System, i.e. Windows xp or Windows vista or windows 7 or Linux etc.. etc.. and then Language, click Submit, the available softwares and drivers for the specific operating system will he displayed, click the link available to download the software/driver.
Hi, sometimes what happens is that there could be objects blocking the path of the paper on one side. Maybe a paper clip or a pen, I have seen this many many times. Just turn off the printer and remove the paper from the feeder. Unplug the printer from the power cord. Then flip the printer upside down and shake it a little most of the times you will find something stuck in there and it will fell down. If you do not find anything maybe then there is something wrong with the feeder roller. Also try the following link http://bit.ly/9nrlMW
What you want to do is this. Turn the machine off, then go to the back of the machine and unplug the document feeder, There is a white connector with 2 thumb screws holding it in place. loosen the 2 thumb screws and unplug the plug. With the feeder unplugged turn the machine back on and let it come to ready. Once it comes to ready turn the machine back off, then plug the document feeder back on and turn the machine back on. That should re detect the document feeder and work fine. The M20 for some reason just forgets it has a feeder and you have to force the plug and play portion of the software to detect the machine not having a feeder then seeing that is has one. I don't know why, not even the newest versions of firmware for the machine resolves that issue. Odd,,,,,