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Every time I try to print, the left side of the paper tears.

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It could be the moveable paper edge guide is in the wrong place, it should be touching the edge of the paper, not too tight. Another problem possible is the paper is not being put into the printer properly, either by operator error or there might be something in the paper path. Inspect where the paper feed in, remove any foreign objects or paper bits. There are some feed guides that could be in the wrong position(broken) but that is unlikely.

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