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This is what I've seen with wrinkled pages in these machines.
Usually only happens with letter size paper.
At some point a leaking toner was used in the machine the excess toner works its way toward the fuser and builds up on the guide where the paper enters the fusing assm.
You can try to clean the toner thats built up or replace the fuser.
Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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