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There are no "cleaning sheets" for this unit. Typically when this unit starts leaving marks on printed copies then it is time to do some maintenance on it. By maintenance I mean replacing the imaging drum, the toner and or the developer, all of which can be ordered from this link; Sharp Monochrome Copier Copier Duplicator FREE delivery If you don't feel comfortable then you need to call service!
If the duplicate text is faded or a "ghost" image from higher up on the printed page then your fuser film is going bad. I would try a different toner cartridge first just to eliminate that as a possibility but it sounds like fuser film. You can get a new fusing unit or see if a printer/computer service company local can replace just the fuser film. It is about 50% cheaper to do just the film as the rest of the fusing unit is good.
The duplication problem can be either the drum or the fuser. Most likely your drum needs to be replaced. If you can measure the distance between the first print and its duplicate I might be able to help more.
two things cause this problem the toner cartridge or the fuser 85% of the time its the fuser. check the rollers of the fuser for toner build up.
if you want to isolate it sent a print job that is 2 0r 3 pages when the first one comes out of the output bin open the front door this will stop the other 2 pages. 1 half way thruogh the fuser and the other halfway past the toner inspect the pages this will tell you exactly whats causing it