Load Paper in the Rear Tray - PIXMA TS6120

Article ID: ART168054 | Date published: 07/11/2017 | Date last updated: 02/18/2020


Learn how to load paper in the rear tray of the PIXMA 6120.


Video Watch the video or skip to the written instructions below to learn how to load paper in the rear tray.

Written Instructions

Load the paper

  1. Make sure the paper is flat. If it's curled, gently bend the stack in the opposite direction of the curl.

    Figure shows paper being flattened by bending the stack in the opposite direction of the curl

  2. Open the rear tray cover (A) and pull up the paper support (B).

    Read tray cover (A) open and paper support (B) extended

  3. Open the feed slot cover (C).

    Feed slot cover (C) shown in open position

  4. Slide the paper guides to open them, and load the paper in the center of the rear tray with the print side facing up. Load photo paper with the glossy side facing up.

  5. Slide the paper guides (D) to align them with both sides of the paper stack. Be careful not to push the paper guides too hard against the paper.

    Paper guides shown aligned on the side of the paper

    Caution Always load paper in the portrait orientation (E). Loading paper in the landscape orientation (F) can cause jams.

    Warning: Don't use landscape mode

  6. Be careful not to load sheets of paper higher than the load limit mark (G).

    Paper load limit marks shown

  7. Slowly close the feed slot cover (H)
    Note If the feed slot cover is open, the paper won't fed.

    Feed slot covers shown in open position

  8. After closing the feed slot cover, the paper information screen displays. Select your loaded paper Page size and Type, then select Register.

    Register rear tray paper info screen shown with Page size and type highlighted

  9. Open the operation panel (I), pull out the paper output tray (J) the paper output support (K), and the output tray extension (L).

  10. Be sure to open the operation panel before printing. If the operation panel is closed, the printer won't start.

    Figure shows operation panel (I), paper output tray (J), paper output support (K), and output tray (L) all extended.

Notes about paper

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