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Unexpected Paper Size. Load Legal in Tray 1. Press Ok to Continue

04/12/2022 | objavio Radio Gradačac

I also changed the two mic rolls for tray 2 on the cassette and above and removed the pickup roller shaft on the cassette, which has a magnetic clutch with iron fills inside that affect friction and is used to prevent the pieces of paper from feeding under the piece printed with that part. This is what probably caused the 13.1/13.2 errors in the first place. I had to knock out some of the iron filings several times to turn smoothly. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. If the HP LaserJet 4000, 4050, 4100, 5000, or 5100 Series printer displays the message “Tray 1 Load Plain Letter” or if the paper is removed from an unexpected paper tray, try the following steps: Hi ray, this is Chris. I called your cell phone, but I thought you might see this. Replace the registration clutch. After some research, this seems to be the solution that should solve the problem in this printer and it is an independent part of the paper assembly assembly. RK2-0247-000CN chris Tray 1 is part of the paper feeder of the other trays below, so it will not attempt to print from the other bottom trays until the sensor has been repaired.

The printer screen prompts you after I select Print to TRAY 1 LOAD PLAIN LETTER, then I click the GO or VALUE button and the USE PLAIN LEGAL INSTEAD? I then press the SELECT button and the page is printed from TRAY 2, although a 41.3 UNEXPECTED PAPER SIZE error and the request for LOAD TRAY 2 PLAIN LEGAL are displayed. When I select the minus side of the ITEM button, a prompt pops up saying either reload the tray with-> where I can`t change anything. I can only delete the JOB by pressing the CANCEL button. I guess this is the first user to set Tray 2 to LEGAL, as the use of LEGAL paper and the installation of the new rolls with functional coupling to process a sheet of paper that was LETTER with a properly clocked feed rate caused the error. Additionally, Acrobat caused a problem with Acrobat indicating that Acrobat PRINTER SETUP was set to A4. I had all the printer drivers set up correctly. Although this setting in Acrobat does not involve printing to reset the printer firmware from LEGAL to LETTER over, I assume that the sensor feed rate determines what is actually in Tray 2. b.

Look at the blue dial of the paper size and check that the correct paper size is selected. They were not able to print on anything other than the breakout tray. I had this problem last week with the same printer, lol. For me, the display of the bin type on the front of the tray had been changed to “Custom”, and so the printer apparently no longer thought that the bin had the desired type of paper and asked the front loader instead. It sounds like a stupid thing to mess up a printer, but it actually fixed it. 🙂 I tried to manually set tray 2 to default, and it still asks “Tray 1 paper load” I just printed the configuration page from the printer by pressing the MENU key until MENU INFORMATION appears, then pressing the ITEM negative page button on PRINTER CONFIGURATION and pressing the SELECT button and checking, if the TRAY value 2 [SIZE] is now [LETTER]. Select the paper size and type from the printer menu, and then you can print multiple pages. When I press the GO button TASK PROCESSING FROM TRAY 2 IS REQUESTED, I get a 13.1 PAPER JAM OPEN INPUT TRAYS ERROR MESSAGE. Some HP laser printers with manual input trays, called Tray 1, can support the long dimensions of letter-sized paper or the short dimensions of tabloid paper in this expandable paper handling component. If you load Tray 1 with one of these two paper sizes and send the printer a job that requires the other size, the mismatch triggers an “Unexpected Paper Size” error. The problem is that the printer can capture the width of the sheets, but not the length of the paper. If your print jobs always extract output paper from Tray 1 and not from the selected source, check your printer settings for the source of the incompatibility.

HP multi-bay laser printers use two settings, First and Exclusive, to determine specific types of business behavior. A tray set to Premier becomes the primary source and a tray set to Exclusive becomes the only source used by your printer. When one of the trays empties, the printer uses paper from another tray to meet the initial setting. If you selected Exclusive and there is no paper left in this tray, the print job will not continue. If you choose manual feed and do not load paper into Tray 1, no output is generated because only Tray 1 allows manual feeding. 3. Other trays have an adjustment in the upper left area before where the paper is loaded. Once the tray is removed, look at the top of the front left.

For trays with this setting, follow these steps: Adjusting the control dial adjusts the printer`s sensors, but not the paper guide. 1. Remove the relevant tray from the printer, remove all paper and make sure that the paper guide on the back and the side paper guides are aligned with the “Letter” guide slot and not the “A4” guide slot. I also reset the driver on Terminal Server to factory defaults, I still don`t print Tray 2 [Letter] Tray 3 is 11×17 HP multi-tray laser printers allow you to dedicate individual paper sources to specific media types, including general-purpose bond paper, laser-friendly letterhead, or other types of sheets that are the mainstays of your production. enterprise. Each tray has a digital label that serves as an identifier in your print configuration and output control software. If output from Tray 1 produces unexpected results, check the hardware and print settings to determine the cause of your problems. Does this happen regardless of the app you use? I`ve seen applications like Word where it`s hardcoded in the .dot or .dotx file. If you press the printer button to generate a status sheet or send a test print through the printer properties, does this also happen? This could eliminate driver or software issues and indicate hardware.

I don`t have a 5100 here on site and I`m looking for a white paper or something to look through the menu options, if there are any. Try setting up paper to ANY. under Paper Setup in Machine or Printer. Another thing to try: On the computer, right-click on the printer, go to Properties, and make sure the computer is not set up to print with another tray. For some HP drivers, you can set the tray on the printer properties page… I once figured this out the hard way. I also adjusted the length, width and adjustment of the Tray 2 cassette so that the SW601-603 is set to the correct setting. Seems one way or another. Legal and Letter are the same position settings to trigger these switches, so I don`t think PCB switches are the problems unless there`s something else in the firmware on the device or drivers.

b. Rotate the blue control wheel in the tray so that the printer reads the correct paper size. The toggle switch accesses other sizes. If you`re trying to print envelopes and you`re experiencing repetitive paper jams instead of a satisfactory output, you`ve put them in the wrong tray. HP MFPs and other multi-tray laser output devices support envelopes in Tray 1, and while you can print them in a different tray, your supplies can feed at an angle and block the printer. In addition to using the wrong types of envelopes, this inappropriate loading scenario is responsible for most of the problems with reloading envelopes. When loading large paper sizes into the manual drop-down tray 1 of an HP laser printer, the sheets are draped over the top edge of the tray and hang from the floor. The weight of more than a few sheets of paper can cause them to slide back, causing the sheets to misalign with the slot they are inserted into.

To keep the paper correctly positioned for optimal printing, open the tray extension at the top of the tray. To protect the hinge from stress, avoid overloading the extension with too many sheets. Follow these steps to verify that the paper guides in the bins are configured correctly. Hello, A few things to check. 1) Make sure that the paper guides in the tray are properly adjusted in terms of width and especially length. 2) Remove the tray completely and check the instructions. 3) Make sure the tray is fully inserted into the printer. 4) Make sure that the paper in the tray matches the size of the guides. If the guides and paper appear to be in order, the printer may need to be serviced by an authorized service center.

41.3 UNEXPECTED SIZE IN TRAY [xx] Alternates with TRAY LOAD [xx]: [Type] [Size] Description This usually happens when two or more sheets stick together in the printer or when the tray is not set correctly. Another issue that can cause this problem may be the paper type setting. If the printer thinks that Tray 2 contains binding or letterhead and that the print job is looking for plain paper, the type mismatch causes the default manual tray to be used. Make sure that the driver and printer use plain paper (for example) for Tray 2. 2. On some paper trays, there is a dial to the right of the tray along the outer area on which the paper is loaded forward. If the tray has the watch face, follow these steps: Step 1: Adjust the paper size setting Check the paper size to make sure it matches the paper you want to print. 1. In the program from which you want to print, click File, and then click Print.

2. Make sure your printer is in the Name or Printer drop-down list box, and then click Properties, Printer Properties, or Settings, depending on your program options. 3. Click the Paper/Quality tab. 4. If necessary, click Advanced, and then click Paper Size. Replace the buckets and test – if OK, your bucket is not configured correctly. Remove the paper and check if it is set for the letter. Also check the small switch (if any) on the right side of the tray, which can be set to Client – Switch to standard. Compare the trays to make them look the same – and check the settings in the Letter/Regular menu on both 5 trays.

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