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Printing on all sides of the pages?

I dont know how to import my pics to the front and back cover of a page

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Print fron of page first then reload paper the other way round and print back

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Which way do I insert the transparency into my front loading MP 560 Canon Printer.Shiny side up or down Thank you V


It depends on which side you want to print on. For transparencies, you want to print on one side only. Most likely, you want to print on the shiny side; essentially as if it were a glossy photo. Load the transparency so that the shiny side gets printed on. Don't know that part? Front loading printers are the easiest to determine which side is printed on. Look at where the paper goes in and where it comes out. Think about it; for single sided printing, the paper isn't being turned around inside; merely rolled around an internal roller, then back out. Watch what happens to the paper the next time you print on a single side. See if the top of the printed page came out first, or last.

The most common designs of front-loaders have the paper come out above where it went in. The paper curls around the bottom of the internal roller and comes right back out on top. Therefore, the printed side started out on the bottom, then curled around the internal roller and came out with the printed side up.

Most front loading printers have the top of the printed page come out first; therefore, the same edge that went in first, got printed on first. With that in mind, if you ever want to print on the unprinted side of a piece of paper (that is already out of the printer), obviously keep the printed side up, but since the top of the printed side came out first, you need to make sure the top goes in first to come out first for the back side.

Your Canon 560 printer has duplex printing, so it is a good idea to run your test to see what happens when printed on a single side, and what happens if you use the duplex-mode. For duplex mode printing, after printing on one side, the printer pulls the paper back in to print the other side automatically. Think about how much space is inside the printer. Depending on how much data the printer can store, either the first page is printed, then the second page, or the second page is printed first, then the first page. It depends on how the printer wants the page to come out. You can run a simple test and see exactly what happens.

Since the printer cannot easily turn the paper around, it merely starts with the opposite end of the first printed side when it prints on the back. If the top of the page came out first for the first printed side, the printer prints the bottom lines of the second page of text working back to the top in reverse order. As a result, the bottom of the page comes out first, with the top coming out last.

Some duplex printers can store so much data that the determine how the second page will look, print it first, then print the first page. Watch to see what yours does.

Worse comes to worse, mark a sheet of paper in one corner, insert it into the printer, then print a document that contains only the period character and see where it is printed. By knowing how you put the paper in, and where the period was printed, you can tell how to handle any situation. By the way, the period character was chosen because it will be so small that most likely you can use that sheet again.

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How do I use my printer as a duplex for making copies on both sides? Thanks Roxanne


The printer does not support duplex coping. If you want to do manual duplex copying, you can make a copy of the first page.
Then reinsert the paper upside down in the manual tray or paper tray, fil the page on the document feeder and make the back copy.

Aug 27, 2010 | Samsung CLX-3170FN All-In-One Laser...

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My Brother HL-2040 paper led light won't stop flashing, the paper's not jammed or anything, I just put in a new toner, too. I tried doing what someone else said about opening the cover and holding Go until...


Hi. The reasons listed in the manual that cause the LED to flash normally are:

Front cover is open
Close the front cover of the printer.
Back cover is open
Close the back cover of the printer.
Paper jam
Clear the paper jam. See Paper jams and how to clear them on page 6-5.
If the printer does not start printing, press the Go button.
No paper fed manual feed slot
Put the paper in the manual feed slot. See Printing on plain paper, bond paper
or transparencies from the manual feed slot on page 1-10 or Printing on thick
paper, labels and envelopes from the manual feed slot on page 1-13.
Memory full
The printer memory is full and the printer cannot print full pages of a
document. See Solving print problems on page 6-15.
Print overrun
A print overrun occurred and the printer cannot print full pages of a document.
See Solving print problems on page 6-15.
Drum Error
The corona wire needs to be cleaned. See Cleaning the corona wire on page 5-14.

If you check out page 6-5 it tells how to clear the paper jam from the rear of the machine! A point often missed.

Check out the website below if you don’t have a copy of the instruction manual =

http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/files/dlf/doc002089/US_Eur.pdf

If all else fails, try a reset of the printer Drum & Page counter:
  1. With printer tuned on.
  2. Press and hold the “internal button” behind front cover, until all LEDs illuminate.
  3. Make sure Drum light is off, then release and close front cover.
Hope some of this helps………..Please post a response back here and let us all know if it works?............Regards, Cornwellnet (UK)

Jul 12, 2009 | Brother HL-2040 Laser Printer

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Error light keeps on flashing blue light at the


These are your possibilities based on your error.

Front cover is open
Close the front cover of the printer.
Fuser cover is open
Close the fuser cover located behind the back cover of the printer.
Paper jam
Clear the paper jam. See Paper jams and how to clear them on page 85. If the printer
does not start printing, press the Go button.
Memory full
The printer memory is full and the printer cannot print full pages of a document. See
Solving print problems on page 97.
Print overrun
A print overrun occurred and the printer cannot print full pages of a document. See
Solving print problems on page 97.

Jun 14, 2009 | Brother HL-2170W Laser Printer

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Ghost image on Epson Acculaser C4000


Ghosting can be caused by several components: 2nd BTR transfer roller, Photoconductor Unit (PCU) or the Fuser unit. The most likely is the PCU contacts being dirty, caused by toner getting between them. Open the front of the printer (cover B) and lift out the photoconductor. Clean all of the metal contacts down the sides of the PCU with a cloth and wipe out any loose toner from inside the printer and give the contacts inside the printer on the R/H side a good clean. Replace the PCU and close the front cover.
Hopefully all will now be well, if not open cover A and clean the transfer roller on the inside of the cover. If problem persists you will need to get a Tech out to look further as without seeing the printer it is pretty hard to diagnose.
Good luck.

May 20, 2009 | Epson AcuLaser C1900 Printer

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HP lasejet 1320 prints duplicate on front and back when in duplex


Hi I had the same problem on a couple of machines I tried uninstalling and reinstalling but no luck.
Then I changed the Print Processor (printer Properties- Advanced Tab - Print Processor) it was set to HPZPP041 I changed it to Winprint and it worked

Apr 24, 2009 | HP LaserJet 1320 Printer

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I need to make a booklet. so when i print the document it be read like in abook


Hi, I dont actually use PageMaker, so you might need to check your help file for more info.
Basically you need to look for an option that lets you 'impose' your document (there may be a tool box or print option for imposition).

If you cant find it just do the imposition yourself.
For a simple 8 page A5 booklet you would want two A5 pages side-by-side on an A4 sheet of paper.
Back cover would be on the left (pg8) - Front on the right (pg1).
Inside front cover on the left (pg2) - inside back on the right (pg7).
Then the centre pages - right (pg3) - left (pg6)
Inner double pages - left (pg4) - right (pg5)

Hope that helps!
arceye10

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Printing position of a picture


heyo Chuckie,

Really depends on your printer. I am assuming you are using Word. When looking at your documents, go to FILE, PRINT, click on PROPERTIES and then LAYOUT tab. THere is BORDERLESS printing. If you have a laser printer it may not have a problem with this, if you have an inkjet, there are paper rollers in the print that need to hold the paper while printing. As a last resort, I would make a PDF of the doc and swing over to Kinkos or a printing shop and print it off there.

Good Luck.
Wayne

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Smudges on color printing - Black OK


Had the same problem.

Smudges on the page in vertical lines down page, but mainly in the last few centimeters.

As it got worse they were at multiples of 2cm across the page.

Opened up the photocunductor unit, to find a lattice of reinforcing on the underside. At the intersections were small round pieces that are obviously supposed to be trimmed off, but some were raised and polished by the paper. I removed these and the printing was a lot better. Some lines remained, so I then sanded the whole of the underside of the cover tomake sure I had got everything. Still a few lines appeared, at which point I noticed that the cover was actually curved down, so the best solution would be to strengthen it so that it would stay straight and away from the paper.

I checked that there was enough clearance inside the machine, and then glued a piece of wood to the top of the cover near the raised section. I allowed the glue to dry completely before refitting the unit, as I did not know if the fumes may affect the printer.

Problem solved 100%, for a few pence, using readily available household items.

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