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Kim Johnson Posted on Jun 11, 2007
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Print outs coming out the back

All of a sudden the printed paper is coming out the back of the printer and not the front. How do we change it back so the final copy shoots out the front of the printer?

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Look at page 12 of the manual that can be viewed here: http://my.okidata.com/PP-B4350.nsf?opendatabase Make sure that the tray that the paper is coming out onto now is pushed in. That should do it Ed

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    Sorry, that link takes you to a page that you will have to click on "Manuals" on the left side of the page. Look at page 12 item #8

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Make sure all the appropriate 'doors' are shut properly Check out the Manual take a look at www,fixyourownprinter.com

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