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1. Teflon Sleeve, use better quality sleeve.
2. Apply good quality of Teflon grease.(Don't apply more or less)
3. Chk Fuser temperature..& connectors..
4. Adjust Fuser temperature in fuser mode..
Remove left,right,top & back cover, #check paper sensor flag & flag spring, found any dis location? correct it.Most of the cases spring dis location observed (see the snap shot for easy recognition)#clean fuser paper out sensor as well as check sensor flag.#check fuser teflon sleeve.
Typically, what causes wrinkled paper is the fuser assembly in the top rear of the printer. This is not a user replaceable part. I would first check to see if there is anything obstucting the paper path like a torn peice of paper or paperclip etc. You can take it to a printer repair shop to get the fuser replaced for around 100-150 dollars.
for this model.. first check if your toner cart is good.. if it's good.. then the cause of your problem is your printer fuser sleeve.. fuser is where the paper is heated up.. and when you start having dirty line print out.. it show that the fuser sleeve(top part of the fuser) is torn.. if you send to HP.. they will probably charge you the whole fuser.. which is expensive.. you can always replace the fuser sleeve only..and it cost not much.. you can always replace it by yourself if you are able to remove the fuser unit..other thing.when you switch on the printer, can you hear sound like paper been crumble at the exit of the printer?