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The paper to be printed always loads crooked and jams on the right side like it pulls the paper to quick

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Well, the internal mecanism of your printer is already worn, or defective. the troner is bad. if its a printer less than 100 bucks, just get a new one, if its a really expensive one, then u need a printer expert, that has the parts for that issue.

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