11-05-2018 03:01 AM
I would like to completely close the front paper tray on my new Pixma TS8150 printer.
When it was boxed, the bottom front tray was completely closed, i.e. it didn't stick out at all.
Now I am using the printer the front paper tray protrudes by about an inch and a half.
The online manual says, under the heading 'Transforting your printer'
"4. Close the operation panel, the paper support, the rear tray cover, and the document tray.
5. If the cassette is extended, contract it.
So my question is, how do I contract the printer tray or cassette back into the body of the printer?
It doesn't just push back in to how it was when the printer was delivered.
It always sticks out by about an inch and a half.
Many thanks if you can answer this.
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11-07-2018 07:15 PM - last edited on 11-07-2018 07:20 PM by SamanthaW
If the cassette tray was expanded to load letter or A4 sized paper, it will stick out of the printer. The tray can only use A4, B5, A5, or Letter-sized plain paper. The only way to "hide" the tray would be to remove any paper from the tray and collapse it back down to its shipping size, then use the rear tray exclusively for all of your printing.
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11-08-2018 01:27 AM
06-02-2019 09:09 AM
Can't see that you had a reply,
Tke the tray out completely. The tray has been extended when yo take it out . The top bit slides to accomodate the paper and you need to slide it back.
There should be a triangle that you gently push down as you slide the top black bit towards the front of the paper cassette .This makes the cassette small enough to pack away completey
06-02-2019 01:46 PM