Hi.. When I try to print labels in this machine, it gets very, very hot as if the labels will melt and the machine jams if I try to print more than one sheet. The sheet comes out almost too hot to handle. The labels are marked for "laser" printing and are clear.
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05 turn on copier hold for 5 sec will go to test mode 200 print will start developer calabration going down in numbers adds less toner go down about 50 in numbers so it wiil stop adding then press set this is done all on touch screen except for 05 and 200 use keypad
If you are printig labels you MUST use the bypass tray on the right side of the copier. You mst specify heavy or card stock/label paper so it will fuse properly. I can't tell you why the tray does not work? But labels must be run thru the bypass.
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I cannnnoooooottt believe what I am reading! If you are going to use labels on a laserjet, you need to get thermal labels! The other cheap labels are made for inkjets, matric, or daisywheel printers. The laserjets have heat rollers that will melt plastic. It will melt the gum on the non thermal labels and get them everywhere!! Master Rod
Exactly where in the machine does the paper jam??If it jams when you hit the print button, try cleaning the paper feed tires with WD40.spray it on a clean cloth, clean the feed and pickup tires thoroughly and make sure to get ALL of the WD40 off the tires before using the machine.If you take the paper cassette out and look with a flashight you should be able to identify the paper feed tires.
You should be able to print on both, but I wouldn't advise it at all. The envelopes are going to jam a LOT and you WILL eventualy get a label stuck inside the machine. Possible....yes. But I don't recommend it. :)
May be your problems can be solved doing a calibration. To do this, turn off the printer, press the feed key and turn on the printer. When the led flashes in red quickly release the feed key, the printer will start to calibrate and after the calibration will feed one label.