June 15, 2009, 7:45 pm

"Although there are no instructions to perform manual duplex, if you remove the pages from the output tray and insert them in exactly the same orientation into the feed tray, everything works fine."

WRONG. If you've printed more than one page you have to reverse the order of the pages. You also have to rotate through 180 degrees between lifting from output tray and putting back into the feed tray. Apart from that, everything else is true.

Alan Crook

February 9, 2010, 6:46 pm

It all depends on which edge you choose to flip on. If you choose short edge then the back copy copy comes out upside down.


September 18, 2010, 10:21 pm

I have printed an 11 page document on this printer using the Duplex option in the printer properties window.

As Crook says above, make sure you specify "Flip on Long Edge" in the duplex panel and keep the same orientation of the output stack to the input tray. Dont turn or flip or swivel.

That is if you want a normal printout. like a book, stapled on side edge.

If you want a flip chart type, then use "Flip on Short Edge". The turned page will be upside down when viewed in the stack, but right way up when stapled along the top edge.

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