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Paper not loading

The initial paper loader that pushes down on the paper in the tray is not applying enough pressure to the paper to make it cath and meet up witht he other rollers I ahve a c7250 all in one

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If the ADF (auto document feeder) is not picking up the paper, you could try the following support document: (Copy and paste the following link into the location bar of your browser)

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    Figure 1: Pull out the input tray

  2. Slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.
  3. Remove all paper from the paper tray.
  4. Inspect and remove any foam or tape packaging materials in the paper tray.
  5. Insert a stack of unused, plain white paper (with the print-side down) in the center of the tray.

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  6. Slide the paper guides in so that they rest against the edges of the paper, and then insert the tray into the product and push it forward until it clicks into place.

    Figure 4: Slide the paper guides in and reinsert the tray into the product

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    Figure 5: Pull out the tray extender on the output tray

Step two: Load paper in optional Tray 2

Tray 2 is an optional accessory. Follow these steps to load paper in Tray 2.
NOTE: Tray 2 supports only plain letter or A4 paper.

  1. Grasp the underside of the tray, and then pull out the tray from the bottom of the printer.
    Figure 6: Pull out the tray from the bottom of the printer

  2. Slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.
  3. Load a stack of unused, plain white paper (print-side down) in the center of the tray. Make sure that the stack of paper aligns with the engraved lines in the tray.

    NOTE: Load Tray 2 with only U.S. Letter or A4 plain white paper.
  4. Slide the paper guides in so that they rest against the edges of the paper.
  5. Carefully reinsert the tray into the printer, and then push the tray forward to close it.

    Figure 7: Reinsert the tray into the printer

  6. Pull out the tray extender on the output tray.

    Figure 8: Pull out the tray extender

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Before you proceed, verify that your printer supports the specialty paper on which you are attempting to print by viewing the product specifications . If the size, type, or weight of the paper is not available, the printer does not support printing it. Also note the tray loading capacity for the type of paper on which you are attempting to print.

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If it is a tray-load drive, there is a small hole in the front. Pushing a straightened paper clip into this hole should unlatch the tray so you can pull it out.
Many slot load drives have the release tool entry way over on the left end of the slot. Push the straightened paper clip in there (it must go in perpendicular to the front of the drive, not angled in any other direction).
If you hit the target, you should feel something like a spring-loaded cam mechanism moving - it will take a moderately firm amount of pressure to start it, then it will unlatch and push more easily. Be careful - if the paper clip starts to bend on you, or it feels like you are bending something inside, you probably don't have the target. You should not need to apply anywhere close to the force to bend a larger-size paper clip with an end-on push.
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Loading your paper
Paper loading tips:
● Load paper with the side to be printed facing down.
● You can print photos and documents on a wide variety of paper sizes, from
8 x 13 cm (3 x 5 inch) up to 22 x 61 cm (8.5 x 24 inch). The 10 x 15 cm
(4 x 6 inch) photo paper is available with and without tabs.
● Before loading paper, pull the Main paper tray out (use the Main tray release or
the tray grips) and slide out the paper-width and paper-length guides to make
room for the paper. After loading paper, adjust the guides to fit close to the edges
of the paper without bending the paper. When finished loading paper, push the
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● After loading paper, extend the Output tray extension to catch your printed pages.
Use the directions in the following table to load the most commonly used paper sizes
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Any supported
photo or plain
paper media
1. Extend the Main tray by
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tray release or the tray
Load the Main tray
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Paper type How to load Tray to load
2. Slide the paper-width and
paper-length guides to
their outermost positions.
3. Load paper with the side
to be printed facing down.
Check that the stack of
paper is no higher than
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4. Adjust the paper-width
and paper-length guides
inward until they stop at
the edges of the paper.
5. Push in the Main tray all
the way in.
6. Make sure the light on the
Photo tray button is
turned off to enable
printing from the Main tray.
Load paper and adjust guides inward
1 Paper-width guide
2 Paper-length guide
Push in the Main tray
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