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Resolution is getting poorer and copies are getting darker

The more copies that i make the worse the quality becomes and the copies are getting granier and darker. the problem intensifies when
the paper runs out in the middle of a printing job. now i am seeing what
appears to be old prints, letters, images ect. being reproduced on all of the copies.

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