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its very simple dude...!!!! if your paper feed tray is at the back... just put your hand into the paper feed tray and you can feel a small roller which rotates very easily..... just turn it anti-clockwise(it is unidirectional-turns only one way) adjust it a little and print something white and notice if the paper is drawn in slant...!!!
1. first check to see if there is any bits and pieces of paper in any place in the paper carriage -- look very carefully in front access and rear access
2. if this is not the problem, then disconnect printer from computer -- turn off printer, unplug power cord, unplug printer cable from printer
3. gain access to paper roller assembly, usually in rear 4. using lint free cloth, dampened with distilled water clean rollers -- read manual to determine direction of rotation (usually clockwise)
5. keep rotating rollers until all is wiped clean of paper dust
6. reassumble and try a test print as your printer manual directs
First of all you will need to clean the surfaces of the DRUM, and paper feed path and assembly. This might be the cause of most of your problems. I would suggest also making sure the paper feed sensors are cleaned and tested for the proper voltage levels. As far as the slanting paper the paper feed mechanism may have to be cleaned and aligned. I would also make the suggestion that if you do not have a mechanical background you should get a professional service center to do the work for you, but first get an estimate on the cost and if it is too much, you may want to consider getting a new printer and getting a maintenance plan for it.
Most such printing problems stem from incorrect paper types or paper loading. Make sure that your paper is loaded properly, and that the paper type is made for your specific printer.
Check the hardware.
If paper is not feeding properly into the printer, the problem may stem from hardware failure. Check the feed assembly to see if all the parts are in working order. You may be able to manually advance the paper in order to see which component may be failing. If necessary, clean the paper pickup rollers to make sure the paper path is free of sticky dirt and debris.
Check that paper and paper tray are installed correctly.
Print from MP tray and check if it's still slanted. If not, the problem is related to the tray and the feed rollers for the tray.
Check also these feed roller and separation pad.