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As above.Says change paper size. But we only are using a4
Exactly the same problem. Powering off doesn't help. Changing paper size doesn't help. Changing tray doesn't help. The machine says there is no print job in memory to be canceled. The computer says there is no print job.
Go to control panel> printers> and make sure in preferences its set to LTR (letter)
Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Press that button "status monitor" on the left and you'll be able to cancel the current print/copy/scan
jobs. Just press that button then you can navigate with the "-" "+"
buttons from the right to select the
job you want to cancel. Then press button "ok"
After cancelling the print job, open the cover and close the cover.
the printer resets and the error message goes away.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
Unplug the printer and take outside,
Then blow the inside out with a airline
This solved the same problem with had with our printer
Posted on May 14, 2008
We have the same problem that happens when our guests print pages from various sources. Problem occurs when the paper size is listed as "letter". To solve you have to change it to "A4".
I also wish we could throw it away. Ever tried to cancel a 5 page print to avoid wasting paper? By the time you have gone through the many steps you need to cancel a print, your 5 pages are already printed. UUUUuuuuuurrrggghghhhhh, I hate it.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
This is the worst piece of equipment I have ever purchased.
It has only ever worked about one-third of the time.
1 false error message that cartridge is low
2 false error message that paper size must be changed
3 printing the same page all the time
4 flahing red light
5 won't print
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
Have the sa me problem, but here is the way I figure out to solve it. The printer has a small button on the main panel, having a icon displaying an eye above it. Press that buton and you'll be able to cancel the curent print/copy/scan jobs. Just press that button then you can navigate with the "-" "+" buttons from the right (that small button is on the left) to select the job you want to cancel. Then press button "ok". This way I solve my mf5700 printer troubles.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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