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6520 printer paper discharge tray

Is there a tray to catch the copies when they come out of the printe? I have mine on a stand when the copies are printed they fall into the floor. I don't see a tray that comes out. This is a issue with me, there should be a tray that can be extended to keep the copies from falling onto the floor.

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Re: 6520 printer paper discharge tray

Hi,

Be sure to open the paper tray extender..

 

Follow step 5 or the included video under the Plain Paper section below:

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03370643

 

Shlomi

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Re: 6520 printer paper discharge tray

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Hi,

Be sure to open the paper tray extender..

 

Follow step 5 or the included video under the Plain Paper section below:

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03370643

 

Shlomi

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Re: 6520 printer paper discharge tray

Thanks for your help. I checked my printer, it does not have the extender. HP is going to send me one.

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Re: 6520 printer paper discharge tray

I found the extender after watching the video. I was looking for it in the center, not the LF front. My mistake! I do appreciate your information. It was very helpful.

 

Tom

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