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T100 not detecting glossy paper in multi-sheet tray

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I have a T100 designjet. I am trying to print a color image on 8.5 x 11 paper, from multi-sheet tray. When I insert a sheet of plain copy paper, the print job works fine. However, when I insert a glossy 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper in the multi-sheet tray, the printer will not load and print to it, and says "paper not detected." I have tried several different paper type settings in the menu screen, all with the same result: "paper not detected"

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Does the printer feed the glossy sheet and the ejects it with paper not detected or it doesn't even feed?

 

Have you tried a single sheet feed?

What is the weight of the glossy paper you are using?




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The paper does not even start to feed.  The menu screen on the plotter just prompts me to load paper.   The paper is "HP Advanced Photo Paper."  66-lb.  

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Try using the manual sheet to load that media. Max for sheet feeder is 220 gsm and for manual feed is 280 gsm.




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Thanks - I will try the manual single sheet feed.   However, 220 gsm equates to about 80 lb paper, I think.  So my 66-lb paper should be well below the 220 gsm limit.

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