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IBM Infoprint 21 (aka 4322 or IP21) Laser Printer

During installation the front panel option for "PAPER MENU" "AUX SIZE" should be set to "LETTER" or "LEGAL" as appropriate. The printer automatically senses the size of the paper in the main tray.

Do NOT install the card into the internal card slots under the printer side panel as this may result in the card being damaged or erased.

This printer requires a special cable for parallel port connection. That is a IEEE 1284 A to C cable rather than the more standard A to B cable. See: IEEE 1284 connectors for more information and links to purchase the cable.


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