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Duplex option is not there.

In 3005n printer i cant find Duplex option in configuration menu. Is this model support Print both sides?. please help me!

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When you have a P3005n, you probebly see a duplexer unit in the printer, but it will not work, because you haven't P3005dn/P3005X!

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