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there is a paper guide that supports paper on the tray, if you look closely you can even see the paper sizes that corresponds with your printer either (lettter size or 8 1/2 x 11) if this is not set correctly then you can get skewed on your prints, if i understand you correctly, or kindly elaborate some more

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It's just a practice with every plotter that i've worked on.The guide lines are absolutely inacurate.For every individial z6100 may be different but in mine the the right side of the paper must be about 3mm inside from the tip of the guide arrows(the paper must cover 3mm of the arrows).

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It sounds like there might be a fragment of paper or other debris in the paper path causing the paper to pull to one side. Try using "Canned Air" to blow out any paper debris - See if that helps.

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