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Scrunched paper My Phaser 6110 MFP is scrunching up paper in the vertical bit at the back after it has left the paper tray. Does anyone know what to do?

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How old is the printer? It sounds like the rubber rollers have gotten hard and no longer can pull the paper through the vertical as quickly as the tray rollers do. I had a similar problem with a LaserJet4 printer and I had to obtain a repair kit (available online) and replace the old parts. Hope this helped.

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