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When faxing, should sheets be facing up or down

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The sheets Facing Down.

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Posted on May 16, 2010

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Hp 9050 laser jet stacker error


Probably just a bad sensor or dirty sensor causing the issue.

Stacker or stacker/stapler output bins

For the 3,000-sheet stacker or 3,000-sheet stacker/stapler, the output bins are the upper bin (face-up) and the lower bin (face-down).

The upper bin (face-up) is the top bin on the stacker or stacker/stapler. This bin holds up to 100 sheets of paper in face-up order as they exit the printer. A sensor causes the product to stop when the bin is full. Product operation continues when you empty or reduce the amount of paper in the bin.

Lower bin (face-down) is the lower bin on the stacker or stacker/stapler. This bin holds up to 500 sheets of paper and can stack or staple jobs. This bin is the default output bin.

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Hi do i fax with the paper facing up or down?


not sure about this specific model. However, on the loading platen you should see a diagram of a sheet of paper with the top right corner turned over which indicates the paper should be face down. If it doesn't have this diagram you should assume it is face up.

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I am trying to fax on the 6170 do the sheets face up or down?


If you are sending fax using the scanner bed, your original document should be placed face down. However, if you are sending faxes using the automatic document feeder, original document should face up.

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I haven't faxed for a while and have a dumb question. Do I insert sheets face down or face up? Thanx


If you are inserting them into the ADF (auto document feeder) on the top of the machine, then they need to be face up. If you are faxing from the glass, they need to be face down. I hop this esolves your issue.

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LEXMARK X4270 All-In-One Should paper be face-up or face-down when sending a fax.


The paper should be face-down. You can load up to 30 sheets of document.

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In what direction to you put in the paper when sending a fax? Up or Down?Front or Back? Thanks


Up or down doesn't matter much, as the recipient can always turn the printout around :) But generally putting the documents upside down will make the fax scan the top of the page first.
As far as front/back is concerned, it depends on the construction - if you look at the document feeder you will see a symbol of a sheet with a corner bent, showing the back side. If there are stripes (symbolizing text) on that corner, you must put the document(s) face down; if the stripes are on the rest of "sheet" - put them face up.
In your case most probably it will be face down. You can always check that, and the quality of document scanning (whether the document is not too light for example) by using the "Copy" function of your fax.

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Faxing


if using the feeder probably face up as it will likely pull the document in and invert it to lay face down on the scanning glass.

if you lift up the feeder (like lifting the top of a copy machine), then it would be face down on the glass.

there should be an image on the feeder illustrating how the document should be placed - if it looks like a page with lines on it with a bent corner then it is face up.

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Faxing up or down


Look at the hopper. It will almost certainly have a little graphic on it to tell you which way up the document goes.

If it looks like a sheet of paper with lines of writing on, the paper goes in print side up.

If it looks like a sheet of paper with one corner folded over, and lines of writing visible only on the turned over corner, then it goes in print side down.

If you can't find the graphic, then experiment: Take a blank sheet of paper. Write "Up" on one side and "Down" on the other then stick it into the machine so the writing is telling the truth. Most fax machines have a copy mode - use this to see which side of the paper the machine reads (if you can't get it to copy, fax your page to somebody and get them to phone back to tell you which side of the page they've received).

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