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As paper is exiting the printer going into the upper delivery area, the paper gets crinkled. Is it something with a roller?

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Yes i guess so, try cleaning the roller throughly also check if you have any bits of paper all the way through the module

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Do you find pieces of 'film' material around the paper exit point? It would be black one side gray they other and resemble photographic film. Next do you have marks of tone that are repetitive down the side of your pages? If you answer yes to either of these questions then you need to have your fuser replaced in your printer.

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If it happens to every page every time then yes you have a roller problem. If it is extremely humid where you are that can sometimes cause it as well. You may need to contact HP for repairs

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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