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Printing on a customise continuose paper

After printing on the first sheet it then prints on the middle of the second paper.it does not move back the paper to the top of the next sheet .How do i set the lx300 to print on the top on the second paper.give steps to do it.

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Check the printer settings about page length by the procedure given in the user manual.
If OK check your software if it is giving soft commands to adjust paper lengths.

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