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When printing from Tray 1 (using Labels) I occationally get an 41.05 Error (Type Mismatch In Tray 1). I only get this error from Tray 1 and when I use the Labels. I have been using the same printer and label supplier for 3 years and only now I am having this issue. I have checked with the supplier and no changes has been made to the label's quality. I am printing from a Windows 7 x64 operating system using CorelDraw 14. Firmware on Printer is version 03.080.5 The recent changes that have been done on the printer was: Replacement of Pick Up Assembly (Tray 2) Replacement of Fuser Kit. Can you please advice on any possible solutions as we do a large amount of printing with this printer.

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Replace your laser scanner your problem will be resolved ,Also pls check the paper size before printing..

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