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Check the paper tray paer guides to make ure the paper is sitting square in the tray if the guides are out of place adjust so that the paper cant shift from side to side as this will cause the paper to feed through the machine at a small skew and when it hits the fuser the pressure pulls it through at an angle and this causes the creases..good luck A

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Something blocking, or catching in the paper path

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Take the paper out of the paper tray, go through the paper make certain there is no crumbled paper in the tray, it should lay flat and even in the tray...

My favorite, check the paper it self.

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