03-19-2017 04:38 PM
I have a Pixma MX922. It came with 2 sheets of MP-101 paper with a notch cut out of one corner. When doing a print head alignment, a sheet of this paper is to be loaded in the paper tray with the notch in a specific position. I have a package of MP-101 paper, without notches, of course.
I used 1 sheet of the included notched paper when I did the initial printer setup. So what am I supposed to do after I do another alignment and use the second sheet of notched paper? I have all this MP-101 paper that I bought, but nowhere can I find how it's to be oriented for a head alignment.
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04-04-2017 07:08 AM
Using the MP-101 paper for performing an alignment is not imperative. You may use regular letter sized paper to perform this task with your PIXMA M922.
01-20-2018 05:26 PM
Hi...Having the same problem ...new 922 and the alignment paper is too big for this tray...What am I not seeing? or doing? I am wondering if I have a wrong tray for this printer...Ugh
01-20-2018 05:28 PM
How did you get the paper to fit the tray..I have pushed guides all the way...The T shaped slide wont go all the way to top...should it?
Thought this would be simple....
05-03-2018 11:32 AM
Make sure that you are loading the paper in the correct cassette tray. The MX922 has two trays. An upper cassette for smaller paper sizes and a lower cassette tray for larger media such as Letter sized paper.
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