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Printing From The Multi-purpose Tray; Guidelines For Using The Multi-purpose Tray - Canon LBP-1000 User Manual

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Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray

The Multi-Purpose tray can hold a variety of print media: plain paper, envelopes,
labels, transparencies and non-standard size paper. The capacity is approximately 100
sheets of cut-sheet paper (80 g/m
the printer.

Guidelines for using the Multi-Purpose tray

• Print quality and printer life are greatly affected by what and how the print media
• Use of print media not meeting the paper requirements may cause severe paper jams
• Do not use the following paper in the tray:
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Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
is used. Please read the "Print Media Specifications" section in Appendix 3 to ensure
the correct print media is used.
or result in excessive mechanical wear of the printer.
– Moist paper
– Paper that is wavy, curled or damaged
– Folded, clipped or stapled paper
– Paper with cut-outs or perforations (not recommended)
– Paper containing materials that melt, vaporize, offset, discolor or emit dangerous
fumes at a temperature of 195 C (413 F) or higher
Avoid pressing or applying excessive force on the tray as this may cause
damage.
• The paper stack must not exceed the paper limit.
• Do not load different paper sizes on the tray at the same time.
• Do not add paper to the tray if paper is already loaded; incorrect paper feed
or a paper jam may occur. Only add paper when the tray is empty.
• If printed pages come out of the printer all curled up, you can correct the
problem by turning over the paper stack in the tray so that the bottom sheet
in the stack is now at the top.
• If the leading edge of the paper is curled, straighten it out as much as
possible before loading it into the tray.
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or 21 lbs.). When not in use, the tray can fold up into

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