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Selecting the Output Tray
To open the rear output tray:
Open the rear door by pulling it down. The cover functions as the output tray.
Pull the extender to extend the output tray to its full-length position. This will allow the tray to hold longer paper.
If you do not want to stack the printed pages on the rear output tray, slide the extender back into place and close the tray. The pages will then stack on the top output tray.
Note: The capacity of the rear output tray is
the same as that of the Multi-Purpose Tray. If the tray is overloaded with printed pages, it may fall from the printer. Remove the pages so that the tray is not overloaded.