My printer seems like it is feeding the paper too fast, why???
It's a NEC SuperScript 1450N, laser printer. On laser printers, it's supposed to printe one page at a time, then the next page comes out after a slight pause, well mine, the first page prints fine, then the 2nd page is literally overlapping the first page when it's coming out. Then it jams when the 2nd page is halfway out. The printer is essentially feeding the paper too quickly. The timing is all messed up.
****EDIT****I just found out after messing around with it that it only happens when it's being fed from the main paper tray. I don't have the problem when I'm printing from the Manual Paper tray. I guess I can use the manual paper tray from now on but it would be nice if I could use the Main tray as the manual only holds maybe 100 sheets where the main tray holds 500.
Are there seperate feeders for the main tray and the manual tray? Any ideas?