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CANON IR2000 CANT PRINT MORE THAN 1 COPY

My problem is that I cant print more than 1 copy when I use Legal paper. So I have to switch of the machine then scan again to print another copy. After 1 printing, the lcd displays incorrect paper size. Ive adjusted everything but still it wont automatically print more than 1 copy. Theres nothing wrong with the Letter size. Pls, help. Thank you very much.

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GO TO FREE SIZE TO BY PASS TRAY THEN SELECT HORIZONTAL SIZE 330 & VERTICAL 220 OK

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You just stated the problem yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Are you using Letter or Legal?? then the tray need to be set to that particular size.

If using Legal set to Legal, otherwise the machine will automatically know you are using the wrong size.

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