Question about Canon L120 Fax Laser Printer
Most printers are different even from the same monufacturer. The easiest way to tell is look for the icon near the place where you load the fax. There is what appears to be a sheet of paper with a corner folded over. If the icon shows lines across the main part of the icon, and there are no lines on the part that is folded over, then the paper goes in the machine face up, or lines up. If there are no lines on the main part of the icon but there are lines on the part that is folded over, then it signifies the paper being loaded face down, or lines down.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just sussed this issue out. On the front of the printer tray there is another pull out tray, this opens up and must activate the photo printing for A4 because it stops the paper falling on the floor once printed (cos once printed on photo paper it may still be wet). As soon as I opened the tray (and it then opens again - you'll see what I mean) it printed A4 photo paper perfectly
Hope this helps others
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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