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TOSHIBA 4560 PHOTOCOPIER WITH DUPLEX AND SORTER when i put original into top feed, ldc reads "lower document feed" what does this mean. Please can u help

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I think when you put a document or item on the glass, instead of using the form feeder, the copier does not know what size paper to use. If you select the drawer by touching the drawer on the screen, like LT, or LGL, it will copy the item on the glass, and print the copy from the drawer you specified. Ours does this if we put things like receipts on the glass.
It just wants to know what drawer to use.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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First things first
Well be more specific!

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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