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We have our 1422 on a network. The printer routinely as a 202 Paper Jam. The print document prints 3/4 of the way and then gets hung up. The user who sits by the printer presses the GO button...the document finishes printing and then an exact duplicate prints. I've turned Jam Recovery to *OFF but that didn't help. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    No idea yet what is causing this but I am having the same issues.... although it seems that the 202 error mainly shows up when duplexing is involved. On the menu map pages that print out 1 sided they typically come out all right.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    "job recovery" is just that...if a jam occurs, the printer continues the job from the last page printed (last page that exited machine), that's why you get the duplicate page when jam recovery is "on". It will continue to try until it is successful or the job is reset - it can be especially helpful on larger print runs.
    Just thought I'd clarify that, as for the jam, I'm not sure what the cause of that is. I just came across this post and thought I'd clarify.


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