Paper Trouble After Printing
The back side of the paper is soiled
Is the paper output tray
Is a second page printing
before the first one
The printed side of the paper is soiled
Is the paper too thick?
Is the paper bent
Is the printing on the
wrong side of the paper?
Paper curls after printing
Is the paper suitable
Clean the printer (see page 4-2).
If you print documents that require some time to dry,
such as photos, the printer may eject the next page
before the first page is dry. If this happens, remove
each page as it prints to avoid stacking.
You cannot use paper that exceeds 38 lb (105 g/m
(see page 3-1).
Do not use paper that is bent or creased. Smooth out
all curls before printing.
Paper has a right side and a wrong side for printing.
Confirm which side of the paper to print on and reset
the paper in the printer.
When printing colorful illustrations, such as photos,
thin paper will curl or warp because of the large
amount of ink used.
If this happens, use paper that is designed for printing
illustrations and photos, such as High Resolution