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Le 09/04/2014 23:31, CVAlkan a écrit :


d) Even so, once the single page is printed, the paper is "sucked back in"
and fed through a second time. Nothing prints of course, but this is
actually a potentially serious problem under some conditions which I'll
explain momentarily.

I see this behaviour too on my networked Kyocera LJ, but didn't manage
to track it down to anything I could fiddle with.

The reason this is more important than the extra three second or so return
trip through the paper flipper is that Hewlett-Packard (and other printer
manufacturers) do not recommend using double sided printing when using stock
above a certain thickness (e.g. card stock) because doing so raises the
likelihood of jamming the mechanism. With a default setting of double sided
(and why else would I have purchased a double sided printer?), when I need
to print on card stock, the chances of forgetting to set one-sided would be
my fault, but if I set it and the driver ignores that setting, that (I
believe) is a bug.

You should try printing an envelope and see how often it jams...every
time (at least on OSX) !

So, should this be reported as a bug? Has anyone else noticed this behavior?
And if it seems like a bug, how do I report it?

Yes, please report it.


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