I have a printer F2280. He won't get 200gsm paper.  Is this a problem with my printer?  Has anyone else tried to print with 200gsm and managed?  Or is too thick paper.  My very old Deskjet 710C picks up?  so why my new printer does not so much?  Any ideas or advice?  Thank you

Hello Vala123,

Welcome to the forums!

I understand that you are looking for information on your model Deskjet F2280 and wanting to know if she should compatible with handling 200gsm. Here is the correct information for you to see. I hope that answers your question!

Product specifications and check "paper specifications".

Best wishes

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