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PAPER EDGE FOLDS OVER TOP LEFT WHEN COMING OUT OF THE PRINTER

WE USE THIS PRINTER TO PRINT OUT STATEMENTS BUT IT SOMETIMES FOLDS THE LEFT TOP EDGE OVER WHEN IT COMES OUT. IF I BLOW IT OUT OR VACUUM IT, SOMETIMES THIS HELPS.
IT IS ONLY THE PAGE FROM THE 2ND DRAWER THE LETTERHEAD PAGE THAT IT HAPPENS TO.

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  • ybnorma59718 Feb 12, 2009

    THE CREASE IS PRESSED

  • John Cole
    John Cole May 11, 2010

    that fold does it look like its pressed down or kinda loose

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The reason why i ask that because if the fold looks like its been pressed then its before the fuser but if its loose than its after. And thats how we can determine where it begins

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • John Cole
    John Cole Feb 12, 2009

    Ok since the crease is pressed it is before the ink is permanently put on the page so look to see if there is anything obstructing it on that left side or it could be possible that the fuser is what is causing it.

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