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Troubles printing on photo paper

My printer doesn't print at all on photo paper. It can not load the paper. Is it the thickness of the paper? I use 210 g/m2 weight paper.

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  • savio_perry Jul 26, 2008

    The printer wont pull any photo paper. However it does pull the normal plain paper. Can this printer print on photo paper???

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It might be check your printer manual for the exact paper weight

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