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How to remove 2-sided printing from a HP PHOTOSMART PREMIUM ALL-IN-ONE C309G

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I need to physically remove the 2-sided printing attachment from the back of my printer and convert it to a standard 1-sided printer.  I need the clearance to fit on a shelf.

 

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Dave

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Hi Dave,

That cannot be done.

 

The printer comes with a print duplexer as a standard and this is part of teh paper feed mechanism.

By removing the accessory the printer will either not be able to pull pages or the pages will fall from the back side of the printer.

 

Regards,

Shlomi



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