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DDiaz320
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Automatically Feed from Full Paper Tray

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HP LaserJet M609
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

On my HP LaserJet M609, I have paper in all of my trays.

 

When one tray has gone empty, the printer will stop printing. Is there any way to have the printer automatically feed from the other trays (4 trays total) as the others become depleted?

 

Is this an issue that the print job needs to be completed from the same tray that it was originally sent to and other jobs down the line will feed from other trays?

 

Thank you

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Repairatrooper
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There are variable settings, in some cases people have 3 different types of media loaded and are using macros from their program so they leave all trays as letter but don't want tray 3 to feed when 4 is empty. In your case it sounds like you do so this would be the settings through the embedded web server. I do not have a 609 on my network right now but the setting pages are nearly identical so this screen shot should help you find what you are looking for.

 

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