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Magicolor 2400w won't print on top of page, then jam

It has been working for a year. Now it doesn't print the text on the top part of the page, but it starts printing at about 2 inches from the top. So of course the bottom part is not printed, and often the page doesn't go completely out of the printer: about 2 inches stay in teh printer, and it says "paper jam".
I've cleaned it, still same problem.

Thanks for your help!

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