No form feed after short printout

We use a Linux RedHat program to print customer invoices and receipts. Receipts have only about ten lines of printout. Most of our printers (HP and Dell) eject the printout automatically. So the receipt is programmed correctly to feed. Two printers (a LJ 4200 and a LJ 2420) do not feed that particular receipt. You have to press the green button to have it feed the page. What could be changed? Both 'guilty' printers have 66 lines to page set up in PCL; manual feed is 'off; print PS errors is off. have played with append CR after LF. No change. What else could be done? 
Thank you in advance for your suggestions.

Hi,
If the problem still persists, I think you have to raise an OSS Message.
Regards,
<i><b>Raja Sekhar</b></i>

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