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GESTETNER DSc323 - SUPER G3

I have a printing problem, the message displayed says" Following Output Tray is Full Remove Paper Standard Tray"

I have removed all the paper from the printer, where else do I look? I don't have a manual and there isn't one available on the internet.

Help, please, This has caused my printer to shut down until the paper is removed. But, where do I locate this output tray?

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Hi,
If you look at the paper exit you will see 4 white exit wheels
in the middle of the 2 center ones you will see that there is a black
lever. This needs to be pushed back into position so that it is horizontal to the exit wheels.
Hope this helps regards
Myott

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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