Question about Samsung ML 2010 Laser Printer
Occasionally, paper cannot be load during a print job. Some of causes include: • The tray is overfilled. • The front cover has been opened during a print job. • Paper that does not meet paper specifications has been used. • Paper that is outside of the supported size range has been used. If a paper jam occurs, the On Line/Error LED on the control panel lights red. Find and remove the jammed paper. If it is invisible, look inside the printer. Note: U would find the complete instructions along with the screen shots in the below link
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Occasionally, paper cannot be load during a print job.
Some of causes include:
• The tray is overfilled.
• The front cover has been opened during a print job.
• Paper that does not meet paper specifications has been used.
• Paper that is outside of the supported size range has been used.
If a paper jam occurs, the On Line/Error LED on the control panel lights red.
Find and remove the jammed paper. If it is invisible, look inside the printer.
Note: U would find the complete instructions along with the screen shots in the below link
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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Mar 20, 2013 | HP LaserJet 5550DN Printer
Selecting which tray is used for printing
You can select how the printer pulls paper from the trays.
Understanding tray order
When the printer receives a print job, it selects the tray by trying to match the requested paper
type and size with what has been loaded in the trays. Using an "autoselect" process, it searches
all available trays for the paper that satisfies the request, starting with the bottom tray and ending
with the top tray (tray 1). The printer begins printing the job as soon as it finds the proper type/
Note The "autoselect" process occurs only if no specific tray is requested for the job. If a specific tray
is requested, the job prints from the requested tray.
If paper is loaded in tray 1 and tray 1 is set TRAY 1 TYPE=ANY and TRAY 1 SIZE=ANY on the
Paper Handling menu, the printer will always pull paper from tray 1 first. See "Customizing
tray 1 operation" on page 47 for more information.
If the search fails, a message appears on the printer control panel display requesting that
you load the correct paper type/size. You can load that paper type/size, or you can override
the request by selecting a different type/size at the printer control panel.
If a tray runs out of paper during a print job, the printer automatically switches to any tray that
contains the same paper type/size.
The autoselect process changes somewhat if you customize tray 1 operation (as explained in
"Customizing tray 1 operation" on page 47) or set tray 1 for manual feed (as explained in
"Manually feeding paper from tray 1" on page 49). See if this works. Good luck !
Jan 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet
If the printer has been printing continuously for a long time, the Print Head may overheat. To protect the Print Head, the printer may stop printing at a line break for a period of time and then resume printing.
Additionally, if the printer has been printing graphics or photos with intense colors continuously over a period of time, the printer may stop printing to protect the Print Head. In this case, printing will not resume automatically. Turn the printer off for at least 15 minutes.
When the POWER lamp is flashing green, the printer or the computer is processing data. Printing large data such as photos or graphics takes time for the printer and the computer to process, during which the printer may appear to have stopped operating.
In addition, when printing data that uses a large amount of ink continuously on plain paper, the printer may pause temporarily. In either case, wait until the process is complete.
If you are printing a document with a large printing area or printing multiple copies of a document, printing may pause to allow the ink to dry.
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