To Stack Paper More Neatly

To stack paper in the output area more neatly, printed paper must be uncurled. This section explains possible situation and what to do in response to each type of paper curl.
Paper curls occur in a variety of circumstances such as images to be printed, image positions, tonner density, paper characteristics, temperature, and humidity. If the prints are curled, they may not be stacked flatly and neatly in the output tray.
In these cases, press  (Status Monitor)  <Pause All Print Jobs> to pause the current print job, remove the outputs on the output tray, and resume the print job. Canceling Print Jobs
The paper curl may not be corrected even though you adjust the curl correction by following the procedure of Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer

If the height of the leading edge of the stacked paper to the feeding direction is lower than that of the center or the tail end

Status in the Output Area
Remedy
The whole part or the corners of the tail end of paper is curled upward.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
The leading end of paper is curled downward.
* This status tends to occur when the stack volume is high.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
Toner density is high on a part of paper.
Stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
: Feeding direction

If the height of the tail end of the stacked paper is lower than that of the center or the height of the leading edge of the stacked paper is higher than that of the center to the feeding direction

Status in the Output Area
Remedy
The tail end of the paper is curled downward.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
The leading edge of paper is curled upward.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
: Feeding direction

If the height of the left and right edges of the stacked paper to the feeding direction are lower than that of the center

Status in the Output Area
Remedy
The border parallel to the feeding direction is curled downward.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
Toner density is high on the center of paper.
Stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
: Feeding direction

If the height of the center of the stacked paper is lower than that of the left edge and right edge or the height of the leading edge or tail end is higher than that of the center to the feeding direction

Status in the Output Area
Remedy
The border parallel to the feeding unit curls upward.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
The leading edge and tail end of paper are curled upward.
Correct the paper curl, (→Curl Correction for Each Paper Drawer ), or stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
Either or both corners of the leading edge are curled excessively.
Stack the fewer sheets of paper in output tray.
: Feeding direction
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