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Printer pulling to the rght

I have a canon ip3300,the paper feeder feeds the paper down and than the paper pulls to the right.I read that its the rollers but how do I fix it or clean the rollers or maybe replace if there's no other options.

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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2008

    I have the same problem, but I don't print labels. It also doesn't feed thru the printer and the ink is all on one line?

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Do you print labels with this printer? It seems like someting is either stuck to the roller or jamed in the paper path.

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