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HP Designjet Z5400 PostScript ePrinter Series - Load a single sheet

Load a single sheet
  1. Ensure that the cover of roll 1 is closed. If it is opened while a sheet is loaded, the sheet will be immediately unloaded.
  2. At the front panel, press then the roll 1 icon, then Load > Load sheet.
    Alternatively, press , then , then Paper > Paper load > Load sheet.
  3. If a roll is already loaded, you have to wait while it is withdrawn to the standby position; it can be printed on again without reloading as soon as the sheet paper has been unloaded.
      note:
    If at any time you open a roll cover while that roll is in the standby position, the roll will be automatically unloaded, and you will have to reload it the next time you want to print on it.
      note:
    If the roll is uncuttable, the front panel gives instructions for unloading it manually.
  4. Select your paper category and type.
      note:
    If you have loaded a paper type whose name does not appear in the paper list, see The paper type is not in the driverThe paper type is not in the driver.
  5. When prompted by the front panel, insert the sheet into the cut-sheet slot on the right side of the printer.
    Load your sheet aligned with the load line and insert until the paper will not continue; with thicker sheets, you feel resistance.
      warning:
    Do not push your fingers inside the printer's paper path.
  6. Press the OK key on the front panel to feed the paper into the printer. Guide the sheet into the printer; this is especially important with thicker papers.
  7. The printer checks the alignment and measures the sheet.
      note:
    Depending on the length of the sheet, it feeds out the front of the printer.
  8. If the length of the sheet is more than 600 mm, the front panel prompts you to check that the rear of the sheet is hanging backwards over the roll cover (and not forwards over the printer window).
  9. If the sheet is not correctly aligned, you may be asked to correct the alignment. Please follow the instructions on the front-panel display.
  note:
If you have an unexpected problem at any stage of the paper loading process, see The paper cannot be loaded successfullyThe paper cannot be loaded successfully.

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