There are only a few factors that govern the operation:
Paper Size (For example - sizes supported as explained in the specs)
ADF condition - Scan Quality (For example, ADF clean or not)
Paper type / condition (For example, Paper too thick, too thin, curled, too dry, too damp, embossed, mixed surfaces on different pages, mixed paper sizes in the stack - anything that prevents "easy feeding")
If the paper size is supported,
If the ADF is in prime condition (clean),
then the culprit might be the paper.
All else equal,
If the number of pages stacked in the ADF is near the maximum,
Yes, should work.
If it does not work, try reducing the number of pages.
Yes, I know - not wanted - simply ignore if not possible.
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