04-06-2018 04:38 PM
I just recently purchases an image class duplex.
Printing was great at first...today I had to print something on the flip side of an already printed item. I tested it to see where the picture should be. Figured it out, great. And so I hit the print for mulitple copies. Everyone of them was flipped around opposite of where it should have been as per my test.
So I figured it was because I chose multiple prints (which still does not make sense). I turned the paper back around and hit print again. They came out correctly this time - except the last copy. The printer flipped the paper.
I'm not thrilled with this, because I am not wanting to waste toner or paper every time I do a multiple print.
Could someone help me with this issue?
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04-06-2018 04:52 PM
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04-06-2018 10:08 PM
I have Windows 10 Home. The printer I have is the color ImageClass MF735Cdw.
It's not time sensitive because I will be able to work around it for a bit. But I prefer to have it working properly.
04-18-2018 12:05 PM
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04-19-2018 04:30 AM
Thank you for your response.
Could you also let us know what program you are printing from? Also, if you print from other programs does the same issue occur?
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04-22-2018 06:29 AM
04-22-2018 11:27 AM - edited 04-22-2018 11:28 AM
Sometimes we are the problem, that's for sure. I've used so many different printers I should have realized: all I needed to do was go into the printer properties and tell it not to print duplex. Simple solution, duh moment.
Good for you for gettin away and carrying on!