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Printing crooked The printer prints each page crooked. I have reloaded the paper and it doesn't fix. Can you help? Thank you jbmcmullin

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    I had the same problem...Figured out the back panel that covers the rollers wasnt on all the way.

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As "Guest" posted on Feb 05, 2009 the problem for me was the box in the back of the printer that facilitates double sided printing. One side had come loose. I was getting "Paper Mismatch" errors, and the text was printing slanted. I simply pulled the box out and reinstalled it. Problem solved.

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I did not see this in the HP help article but, if all of the solutions do not work you also might want to try to re-install the printer drivers.

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