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Crooked Cpoies When I put a paper in to copy in my canon MF6500 copier the copy comes out but its crooked. (not aligned)

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Pull all of the paper out of paper tray and reload. More than likely you will find some sheets on the bottom that are folded at the corners. This will cause crooked copies and also jams.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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