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Printing Crinkled paper

When I make copies my printer is printing crinkled paper. How can I fix this issue?

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Replace the fuser unit

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If the paper was damaged we can presume that there is a blockage, however your jam sounds like the paper is not in the expected position at the expected time (ie a sensor is not reporting that a peice of paper has reached it) so this can be cased by

1. rollers slipping on the paper from
a/ slippy media - try a different paper (even as a test)
b/Build up of paper dust on the rollers- If you can see the roller, power off and wipe with cloth
c/ Roller ware - If you can see the roller and have a mild abreahisive like wire woll If you can see the roller and give the rollers a rub

2. Sensor failure-Try Powering off then unplug wait 2 minutes and then power back up, this will reinitilise a sensor

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The paper may not be feeding straight out of the paper tray due to poor stacking of the paper in the paper cassette. try another paper tray or check the paper in the paper tray for folded over papers usually near the bottom. Also try feeding paper from the hand feed tray on the left side. This uses a different paper path.

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User printing envelopes from MP tray. Envelope is getting bent and crinkled on the trailing edge. The size meets specs for the 1370dn. What else could be the issue here?


Printing with envelopes is a hit and miss affair. The best ones to use are the ones you have to lick. Dont think of using the ones where you have to peel the strip off. Also make sure you tell the pc that you are printing evelopes as this will allow the fuser to run cooler so as not to melt the adhesive too much. crinkling is usually down to excessive heat.

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When printing paper comes out all "crinkled" maybe roller problem?


It the paper comes out crinkled or accordion looking then it is your fuser. Check where your the paper comes out of. There might be a piece of paper jammed in there that is causing this. If no obstuctions then it might be the roller on the fuser cracking and cause it to crinkle the paper. The fuser is the last thing the paper goes through before coming out. It "fuses" the toner to the paper.

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Paper is coming out wrinkled in one spot


Most of the crinkled paper issues I deal with have to do with the fuser roller lining going bad. If this is your issue the crinkle will be a vertical line from the leading edge to the trailing edge. You will need a new fuser.

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Crinkled paper


Pop open door to make sure nothing is stuck near rollers. Could be paper, staple, paperclip, etc. Clean out and try again.

Is it the same paper you always used?

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First check the paper path for something in the paper path. Staple, paper clip, etc, causing the paper to twist. Reseat the imaging unit and see if the transfer unit is seated properly.
But, What sounds most likely is that the fuser needs to be replaced. The rollers are most likely getting pretty bad inside that unit.
If I recall correctly, it is in the $200 range to replace.

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Crinkled paper


It sounds like a fuser problem. You may have something stuck in it, or the lower roller could be defective. You may have to replace the fuser.

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