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Loading Paper, Cards, and Envelopes for HP Officejet 4610, 4620, Deskjet Ink Advantage 4610, and 4620 e-All-in-One Printer Series

Introduction

This document provides instructions for loading plain paper, cards, photo paper, and envelopes in the product.

Load plain paper

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Follow these steps to load paper into the main paper tray.

  1. Grasp the main input tray on each side, and then pull it outward until it stops.

    Figure 1: Pull out the input tray

    Image: Pull out the input tray
  2. If necessary, slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.

  3. Check the paper to make sure that it is not torn, wrinkled or damaged.

    Figure 2: Check the paper

    Image: Check the paper
  4. Tap one edge of a stack of unused, plain white paper on a flat surface to make sure that the stack is even and aligned.

  5. Insert the paper into the main input tray. Make sure that the paper fits into the tray and is not higher than the notches at the top of the tray.

    Figure 3: Load paper into the input tray

    Image: Load paper into the input tray
  6. Slide the paper width guides inward until they rest against the paper. Do not push the guides in so tightly that they bind against the paper.

  7. Slide the input tray back into the product until it clicks into place.

  8. Pull out the tray extender, and then lift up to open the paper catch.

    Figure 4: Pull out the tray extender

    Image: Pull out the tray extender

Loading photo paper and cards

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Use the following steps to load photo paper or cards into the main paper tray.

  1. Grasp the main input tray on each side, and then pull it outward until it stops.

    Figure 5: Pull out the input tray

    Image: Pull out the input tray
  2. If necessary, slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.

  3. Insert the paper with the print-side down and the short edge forward into the input tray. Make sure that the paper fits into the tray and is not higher than the notches at the top of the tray.

    Figure 6: Load the photo paper or cards into the main input tray

    Image:  Load the photo paper or cards into the main input tray
    NOTE: If the photo paper has a tab along one edge, make sure the tab is pointing towards the front of the printer.
  4. Adjust the paper width guides inward until they rest against the photo paper or cards. Do not push the guides in so tightly that they bind against the photo paper or cards.

  5. Slide the input tray back into the product until it clicks into place.

  6. Pull out the tray extender, and then lift up to open the paper catch.

    Figure 7: Pull out the tray extender, and then open the paper catch

    Image: Pull out the tray extender, and then open the paper catch

Loading envelopes

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Use the following steps to load envelopes into the main paper tray.

  1. Grasp the main input tray on each side, and then pull it outward until it stops.

    Figure 8: Pull out the input tray

    Image: Pull out the input tray
  2. If necessary, slide the paper width guides out as far as possible.

  3. Load envelopes print side down into the input tray.

    Figure 9: Load envelopes into the input tray

    Image: Load envelopes into the input tray
    NOTE: You can load one or more envelopes in the tray, but do not load more than five envelopes at a time. Do not use shiny or embossed envelopes or envelopes that have clasps or windows.
  4. Adjust the paper width guides inward until they rest against the envelopes. Do not push the guides in so tightly that they bind against the envelopes.

  5. Slide the input tray back into the product until it clicks into place.

  6. Pull out the tray extender, and then lift up to open the paper catch.

    Figure 10: Pull out the tray extender, and then open the paper catch

    Image: Pull out the tray extender, and then open the paper catch

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