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Print moves up and down

If I make more than one copy the print moves up and down I have cleaned the registration clutch paper feed clutch and replaced the drum please help.thx

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may be the sensor itself but try cleaning the printhead rail with a terry cloth towel that has a little water or a multi-purpose cleaner.

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