04-03-2019 02:43 PM
Is the output tray desgined to extend far enough to hold prints flat? Currently mine as extended only opens up to 9 1/2" with flap raised up so prints rest on an angle. How can I extend it to hold a full 11" sheet of paper after printing?
04-03-2019 03:19 PM
I am disappointed enough that I may return the printer and look for a different alternative.
04-03-2019 03:32 PM
okay so I'm not crazy? As for the legal paper, I am used to that from my old HP 8610. Actually even at work, it just popped out the back instead of the front with Ricoh printers that were meant for high-capacity use.
But this tray situation doesn't make sense, it extended just fine on my HP 8610.
04-03-2019 09:37 PM
Agree and it seems as if the fix would not be too difficult. They should just create a tray that properly extends. I think the extra paper tray is a bit of a waste since it is not flush with the printer. Had I known I would have purchased the model with one tray.
10-11-2019 03:48 PM
Seems we should suggest to HP that they make available a longer extension to purchase -- the output tray comes off very easily and substituting one that could handle 8.5 X 14 would be cool but at least have one that can handle 8.5 X 11. I see no easy way to suggest this to HP. Does anyone have an idea?
10-14-2019 10:07 AM
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10-25-2019 09:46 PM
Why would you not make your reply public? We all are wondering why the output tray is so darn short! I have had several HP printers over the years, and have NEVER encountered an output tray like the one on the HP OfficeJet Pro 9025! It is very disappointing to pay more for what we thought was a better HP printer, and then, find such a cheap output tray! HP needs to fix this situation! Thank you!