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Multipass F50 Check Paper Size alarm

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After I turn on the printer and print the first page I get a "Check Paper Size" alarm. I can't get it to stop. I have tried resizing in the menu and by moveing the paper tary slider, but had no luck.

 

Any thoughts that might help?

 

Thanks

 

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Hi im jules_09,see if tray slide is ok,try 3 or more paper size,then go to the program try to resizing it there

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